It's nice the ones in the OP have 3,700 lumens, all I have available by me in the local menards is the crap below.

Many of the LED replacement bulbs are not as bright for some reason

__Standard Fluorescent T8 bulb, 32w__
__Brightness: 2750 Lumens__
Estimated yearly energy cost: $3.85 (based on 3 hours/day, 11/kWh. cost depend on rates and use)

Life hours: 27.4 years (based on 3 hours/day)

Life (I'm calculatingt this for comparison below): (3x365)*27.4 = 30,003 hours

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Philips-4-ft-T8-32-Watt-Daylight-Alto-Linear-Fluorescent-Light-Bulb-2-Pack-451823/205477897
__LED T8 bulb, 32w equivalent__
__Brightness: note how they don't list it on the website, because.....if you take Energy used 17w x 123.5 Lumens per watt....you get 2099.5 lumens__
Estimated yearly energy cost: $2.05 (based on 3-hours/day, 11¢/kWh, costs depend on rates and use)

Life: 50,000-hours

Light appearance: 4000K (cool white)

Energy used: 17-Watt (equivalent to a 32-Watt linear fluorescent light bulb)

Lumens per watt: 123.5 Lumens

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Philips-32W-Equivalent-Cool-White-T8-4-ft-LED-Bulb-10-Pack-469486/301154652