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Running a 3/4" conduit along an exterior concrete block wall.

To get around an outside corner I use a conduit body LB that allows me to hug close to the wall.

What about inside corners? I can use just 90 elbows but is there a fitting that would hug even closer to the wall? There is no junction box with a back that is shaped like a corner right?
 

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You could use an "LL" or an "LR" which will make it about as tight as you can get to the corner.

They do make an explosion proof street ell but they're tough to pull wire thru being it's so tight. They're made by Appleton, OZ Gedney, Killark, Red Dot etc. You'd have to contact a local Electrical Wholesale supply and see what they would have.
 
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