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Iv got a little install of 2 IP rated sockets to go on an exterior wall of a log cabin. The customer doesn't want to see any cables or containment as you look at the sockets. We've agreed to run black PVC conduit on the rear of the cabin (which is going to have shrubs growing up it) and then back entry into the 2 socket outlets.

The issue I have is from an installation view. The cabin panels are 20mm thick. Installing a female conduit bush and then a 90° bend will leave the conduit far to long to then fix to the back of the cabin and then run the lengths.

Would it be better to use a short piece of flex out of the socket just to get a tight 90°?

A few drawings below which may help

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