>Thanks for all the replies. I went out and got a 125 foot fish tape at the
>Depot. It went completely through the conduit without any resistance
>whatsoever. I think the new plan is to take out the cables that I just
>installed and the pull rope, which are all twisted up. Then I'll pull the new
>cables back through individually. Can't believe how easily the fish tape went
>through. Makes me wonder if I should keep a pull rope in there at all.
If you do keep one in there, make it a braided rope rather than
a twisted one. Twist ropes love to wrap themselves around anything
they come near.
Or, as someone else suggested, a smooth piece of THHN or something