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Im looking at setting up my older 30 gal biocube and wanting to kinda stay cheap on the lights, does anyone know of a cheaper LED light that has legs that would be able to go over the tank?

 

It currently has a metal hailide that i do not want to be using, and im trying to stay cheaper on this.

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