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need help with 20g plant lighting

Discussion in 'Aquatic Plants & Planted Tanks' started by Anonymous, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. Anonymous

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    Re: look in to new light


    That would be nice but I'm not sure if I could put that near my tank thought.
     
  2. Anthony

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    That's funny James. I had that same lighting fixture in my bedroom with the blue colored glass. I got it from Home Depot. :)
     
  3. James0816

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    Why's that? Space limitations?
     
  4. James0816

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    Absolutely! Don't pay a fortune on them high priced lights. DIY and save you some money to buy more fish! :D
     
  5. Anonymous

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    I don't know if my wall would take the weigth and it would stink if the fixture fell on my tank.
     
  6. James0816

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    ahhhh...that's just an example of the kind I was referring to. Trust me...they come in all shapes and sizes. Just walk down the lighting isle of HD or Lowes.

    ;o)
     
  7. Anthony

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    You could even get a floor lamp that offers several fixtures.
     
  8. Anonymous

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    I'll get the camera and take a pic where my tank is.