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    I put these in my shop and am very happy with themClick image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by flynlow View Post
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    I have 9 six tube T8 fixtures. I replaced the T8 fluorescents with LED tubes that didn’t require me to fiddle with ballasts. Stunning reduction to my electric bill. If only I could fix the gas bill!

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    Stubbing the soil and water line up through the floor may be a handy future provision for you or someone else. Cap it off outside foundation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flynlow View Post
    I put these in my shop and am very happy with themClick image for larger version. 

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    I don't recall the brand but I installed similar "UFO lights" in my hangar.
    I had the big sodium (?) lights in my hangar,
    sucked up a lotta juice & took a few minutes to come on.
    Now the lights come on instantly, bright as day to boot.
    About $100 each off Amazon.
    FWIW the overhead light switch is at the back of the hangar, so I put in a couple of those 4' LED shop lights from Costco
    along one wall that are controlled by a switch next to the entry to light my way back there.
    Cessna Skywagon-- accept no substitute!

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