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  • sparky1118
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    Thank you. I was able to use a Westinghouse retro fit LED trim. How I made it work was I bent the clamps down about 90⁰ and they held perfectly snug!

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  • peter d
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    Originally posted by MNSparky View Post
    Just did a job where we retrofitted 130 existing Lightoliers with floating sockets to these:

    http://www.cooperindustries.com/cont...8136en-sss.pdf

    Then we installed these:

    http://www.cooperindustries.com/cont...8042en-sss.pdf

    Turned out great, made a lot of money!
    The Sylvania retrofit rings are about $5 at the wholesaler and install faster than those Halo retrofit cans.

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  • MNSparky
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    Just did a job where we retrofitted 130 existing Lightoliers with floating sockets to these:

    http://www.cooperindustries.com/cont...8136en-sss.pdf

    Then we installed these:

    http://www.cooperindustries.com/cont...8042en-sss.pdf

    Turned out great, made a lot of money!

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  • sparky1118
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    I am wondering if a 6" LED wafer light will work with the existing hole. Since there isn't a can and just a housing [emoji848]

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  • peter d
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    They exist but are very expensive. Your best bet is to install Sylvania's retrofit sleeve for the Lightolier housings and use a regular LED trim.

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  • sparky1118
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    Has anyone heard of an LED retro trim for a 6" lightolier with the floating socket?

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