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Old 04-17-2017, 08:14 AM   #21
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Three 350s can fit in a 2.5", but you're gonna find out what the term "cuss like a sailor" means.
2-350 Al and 1- 4/0?
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2-350 Al and 1- 4/0?
350 aluminum is compact stranded. The OP said copper. Me personally, I don't like to go over 250 in 2.5".

EDIT: Never mind. I was thinking of 3-phase for some reason, even though it was perfectly clear it was single. Carry on.
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I can tell you my DU would put 4/0 aluminum and call it a day.
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I can tell you my DU would put 4/0 aluminum and call it a day.
What's a DU?
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