You could if you cut off the quick connect and spiced like you would normally do. There are more then enough knock outs to bring several runs of wire in and out.
The lights are very poor quality. The can itself is like aluminum foil and the clips do not snap easily. Most of the time the clip damage the can.
From what I've researched, yes it should fit.
I think you could but the install would be difficult. The metal arms would need to be bent a bit before installing. Trial and error would eventually get you where you need to be.
A contractor put it in. I hv no idea what other options are possible, but I like the led halo brightness
You would want to use the new construction style cans that have sliding brackets arms. The brackets will have clips on the end keeping them secured to the grid. These remodel style are meant to be used in drywall or fixed ceilings where the ceiling material supports the can housing. Ceiling tiles are not fixed and not proper for support by themselves.
Yes it is used for existing structures and ceilings. You cut the hole with a hand sheet rock saw and put it up in the hole after feeding wiring to it. Please follow the electrical code in your wiring. Check through the answered questions to find some tricks I posted. This will help you avoid choosing a position under an existing floor joist above, where this cannot be installed. This fixture needs about 1-1/2 inches free of above obstructions such as pipes, joists or other wiring.
Yes Ok to use. but the product is very cheap quality.
Yes 14/2 will work but quality is very cheap.