I need to run a feeder cable (3 individual 2/0 Al for HOT/NEU and one 6AWG Cu for ground) from an external main panel to a subpanel inside the house.
The wires need to enter the crawl space before entering the house through bottom plate to reach the subpanel. The external run is being done with 2 inch SCH40 PVC conduit. But as soon as you enter the crawlspace, there are far too many obstructions to do a straight PVC run. Even if I use conduit bodies and junction boxes to get around the 360 degree rule, it's quite complicated.
So my questions is whether I can use liquid tight flexible conduit in the crawlspace. I will properly support it with metal/pvc hanger strapping to the floor joists. But is this transition allowed by the code? It will make my life so much easier if this is code compliant.
If this is indeed allowed, what is the best way to connect the two types of conduits?