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Need to clean this panel up, it's bugging me.

I just got done going through the Eaton CH panel catalog and can't find what I'm looking for. I'm looking for a split neutral kit or maybe an even longer neutral bar for this panel. This neutral bar is beyond maxed out.

These neutral bars have these plastic standoffs and I kinda want it to look factory.

As you can see there's plenty of room to take some the neutrals around to the other side.

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Here's a picture I took at work the other day, you can see the split neutral in the back i know it's kinda hard to see. I think maybe that's a BR type panel?

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Here's the drawing, all it shows for accessories are ground bars....hmmm. It shows it coming with the split neutral installed though... the guy who installed this panel is a hack.

Also what's with these cable guys putting clips on the meter can for their grounds??? Theres a bonding bridge right below the panel. This is why I hate resi work
 

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@SWDweller thx for the reply. I'm suspicious that either one of those come with the insulated "flat bar" that runs between the 2 neutral bars. I couldn't find any pics when I googled those Cat. numbers.

I did find the cat number for the neutral bar with the standoffs just no tie between them. I wonder if I can use whatever size wire between the 2 neutral bars without "violating the listing".

There's gonna be a service rated ATS in the future so I need the neutrals and grounds separated.
 
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