We are installing stadium lighting which consist of racks of prewired MUSCO fixtures for a total of 24 fixtures. The fixture racks require (6) ballast enclosures which house (4) ballast in each enclosure. Each ballast operates one fixture. The entire rack is fed from an 80 amp breaker and relay in a control panel ( supplied by MUSCO). We want to run #4 conductors to a junction box located at the center of the (6) ballast enclosures and then tap # #6 from that box to each enclosure housing (4) ballast. Each ballast draws 3.8 amps. The enclosures are within 10 ft. of the junction box. Would be using ILSCO distribution blocks to make the taps. Anyone see a problem with this installation? The inspector implied that the # 6 conductors would require separate overcurrent protection. Each ballast is also fused protected.