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Hello,

I am a DIY person and just did a 6-3 220V in Tube conduit for car charger. Now I have to do for a friend but not sure about the wire.

I will run from the 50 amp 220V breaker and will use 6/4 600-Volt CU Black Flexible Portable Power SOOW Cord.

I will run in the garage about 30 feet and at the other end will be 14-50 Nema. From my understanding that I don't need to run this wire in the conduit, Am I right?

Thank you,
Tony
 
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