Have a weird situation I'm not sure how to code compliantly solve.
An additional garage with 60 amp subpanel is being built about 100' away from the existing garage where the main panel is located. A 1-1/4" PVC was stubbed up in the slab below the subpanel and out the side at the required 18" depth. GC hired a directional boring company to come in and install a pipe under the very wide driveway between the garages. Instead of putting in a 1-1/4" PVC pipe, they put in a 2" PVC pipe. Now I have to mate the 1-1/4" to the 2" without any junction box, hand-holes or anything else that would be visible.
I thought about sliding a run of 1-1/4" PVC through the 2". (It's a straight run that gently arcs downward and then back up.) The bell end of the 1-1/4" just fits inside the 2". Decided this would be a bad idea because the pipe might get stuck if the pipe flattens out somewhere.
I thought about using plumbing transitions but that's a code violation as far as I know.
My best solution so far to glue bell end of the 1-1/4" inside the 2". There's about a 1/16th" gap. Not sure if this is code compliant.