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#1 posted 09-08-2016 01:48 PM


  • EACH pull of wire, from one box to another, cannot have more than 180 degrees of bends TOTAL… Each pull…
  • And the closer you come to that 180 degree MAX, the harder it gets to pull.
  • Place junction boxes where you know that the total number of bends will exceed 180 degrees.
  • Don t be tempted to pull wire before you join lengths of pipe/PVC and glue them together afterwards to bypass that 180 Degree max. You will never be able to replace/remove it in the future because it will act as if you had tied a knot in the wire run…

Good luck!

- HorizontalMike

Although no more than 180 degrees of turns is good advice, the NEC rule is no more than 360 degrees of turns between pull points.


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