30" current usa 2x65 watt PC light for sale. + 2 new extra bulbs

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    bobby I like to do bad things.

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    I have a 30" PC light for sale it's in great shape. Has 2x65 watt bulbs in it, 2 brand new bulbs that come with it, moon light, two cooling fans, legs, two switches, and four plugins.

    This is a great light less than 1 year old. I paid 120.00 something or 140.00 something not counting extra bulbs. Only reason I'm selling is because I changed from a 29 gal to a 30L and now need a 36" light.

    I'm wanting 75.00 shipped for the light.
     
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    bobby I like to do bad things.

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    Here is a bad pic. As you can see one half is set on a piece of wood because the light is too short for the tank.
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    sold pending payment
     
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    Hi - is this light still available? I need a new light and this sounds like it fits the bill. Thank you, Sandy

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    bobby I like to do bad things.

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    Sorry, but this light has been sold.
     
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