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Old 11-06-2019, 11:21 PM   #1
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Customer built a large porch onto the front of a ranch style house. My plans were for disk type LED's , come back and the ceiling is finished with white ribbed steel like pole sheds have spacing is such that a 5 inch total disk would work. can't seem to find such a thing. The boxes are allied molded fiberglass nail on 4 inch round.
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Old 11-07-2019, 12:42 AM   #2
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Did you look into halo rl4-dm? They are damp/wet location rated but the size is 5.12” how tight is it to 5”? It has a remote wiring compartment so you would have to tear out the nail on box to rewrite it. Just a thought.
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Take the boxes out and put wafers in the holes. The holes are probably a little sloppy, so a 4 inch wafer will fit perfect in them. Where there allied boxes, Estwing makes an easy removal tool for them A Lithonia wf4 is 4.7" o.d.
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There has to be someone making a smaller direct wire disc light.
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