I want to run a conduit to my electrical panel. It's going to run laterally along the wall of my garage, but then it needs to enter the wall and turn downward to connect to the top of my electrical panel. The panel is on the outside of the garage, recessed into the wall, and the conduit will be on the inside of the garage, on the same wall, so the conduit will have to penetrate the wall. I was planning to use PVC conduit. What is the best way to make the turn into the wall? If I use a 90-degree conduit elbow, it will extend out from the wall a ways, due to the gentle turn. I want to make a much sharper turn to keep the conduit close to the wall. Is there some sort of pull box that I could use for this purpose that would be partially recessed? This seems like the sort of situation that electricians would run into from time to time, but I haven't found anything googling. Thanks.