Setting up Meter Base

I would like to ask a few questions regarding installing a underground feed meter base to a metal building that has the corrugated wall panels that are 1 1/2" deep.
Meter Base/200A Metal Building Servive 100A 2" Plastic Conduit, Sch 80
1. Is it okay to screw the meter base to the high areas of the wall panels utilizing self tapping screws?
2. Can I run the wires for the load side through the back of the meter base through metal or plastic conduit or must it come out the side with an "LB" fitting going throught the wall panel.
3. Can I go smaller conduit to the load side?
4. Must the wires for the load side to the breaker panel be of the same size of line side ?
5. Can I set up the breaker panel on the inside mounted to some flat bar that will be strapped on the the "girts" ?
Thanks in advance.
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why are you using a 200 amp meter base and only a 100 amp panel? All in ones are a lot easier to work with at least for me. Some places like where I live pvc risers are not allowed no matter what schedule they are.
1. probably not, you will need support for the equipment. Studs on the back side are common to screw into. 2. where I live every thing after the meter socket is required to be metal with bond bushings. 3. huh?????? 4. Huh???? the breakers plug on to the bus of the panel. There are no wires on the line side of the breaker. 5. good idea
when in doubt call the local authority and give your brother in laws name. then ask all the questions you need. Where I live your going to need a permit for this work.
Lets see load calculations, grounding, bonding, utility approval for the location the list is long and depends on where you live.
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