I have a new garage addition that I'm doing the electrical for. I got to the point of running the wires for the front coach lights and realized a snag. I'm trying to figure out the best way to run the wire to the hole in the lower right of this picture (hope it's easy to see, just under the horizontal 1x6):
The tarp is where the garage door will be, so no way going right. I have the huge LVL beam in the way of going up. I have 3 studs in the way going left (with not really any room to drill a hole) before getting to two more studs in the way around the corner.
I know if I dont finish the garage with drywall I can just run the wire on the inside, but I'd like to plan for the future of possibly closing it all in with drywall. Would my best bet be to just run a small conduit on the inside corner that would be outside of the drywall in the future?
Hope this all makes sense and is explained well. Let me know if any further clarification or pictures can help.