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Old 09-25-2012, 06:41 PM   #1
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? and for what size metal connectors coming from a flex conduit

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#4 and larger conductors. SE and SER cables do not require bushings.

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I have been asked to install bushings on all metal conduits before. even if it's just #14 or 12g wire
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I have been asked to install bushings on all metal conduits before. even if it's just #14 or 12g wire
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