Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: Delaware Valley, Pennsylvania, USA
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All my flex conduit was pre-loaded with 1/16 in. x 500 ft. Galvanized Steel Aircraft Cable you can buy at Home Depot. I found this better than nylon "mule tape", which one time broke. You can pull tough runs with this cale. You can also buy wire pulling lubricant from electrical supply store. I used all 1" flex plastic cable in case I want to pull fiber HDMI because of the larger connector at the ends. Like others said, use the conduit for what you don't know will be pulled in the future. Know that CAT7 and CAT8 cables, good to 40Gbs, have a much larger diameter and don't bend as easy as smaller CAT cables. Use wide radius turns. I also ran flex metal conduit to electrical boxes where my rack is, just in case I need additional conductors for electric supply, like isolated grounds, ...