How to Pull Wire through Conduit?

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To pull wire through conduit most people start with a large fairly stiff wire. Then they hook one end to the wires and stretch the other through the conduit. Once it is hooked up they can just pull the wire through.
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How Do I Pull Wire Through a Conduit?
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