DIY LED/T5 Hybrid

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    texreefer Battle Dwarf

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    Built this today for my IM Fusion 20

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    Bryan that looks awesome!!! Did you have plans? Or could you make another one! Is it good enough to grow different corals and clams?

    Thanks

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    Thanks Justin

    I could make another no problem.
     
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    This setup is capable of keeping any coral, clam, etc. that you would like to keep.
     
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    That is awesome! Do you have an idea of price? Or maybe I can get a set of your plans? You can PM me if you want or send me an email. Andrejustin@gmail.com Thanks

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    Sure, I will get a list together for you .
     
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