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    Condulet C sizing 4" conduit

    Is there a condulet c available that I can run 4 500 kcmil + 1 350 kcmil in? the standard ones I see are for 3 350 kcmil max.
    looks like I would need a condulet C that's 32" long! Is that right? does that exist?

    Thanks all.

    #2
    You could make one using a piece of 6" gutter.
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      #3
      Yes, it needs to meet the 8X rule for a straight pull to count as a pull point or the sizes and quantity printed on the conduit body may be used when less than 8X. Never seen one listed for what you're pulling so you'll probably need a pull box.
      Rob

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      All responses based on the 2017 NEC unless otherwise noted

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        #4
        Originally posted by ActionDave View Post
        You could make one using a piece of 6" gutter.
        That's what I always did, just remember to brace it from end to end before pulling through it.

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          #5
          Originally posted by roger View Post

          That's what I always did, just remember to brace it from end to end before pulling through it.

          Roger
          sounds like good advice following a bad experience.
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            #6
            Originally posted by augie47 View Post

            sounds like good advice following a bad experience.
            Yeah, it was a chore to fix it after it collapsed.

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