BSME- I didn't want to clutter up the other thread with this, so I started a new one. The 410 has plenty of power to pull 2" but I would do it in short sections (60'-100' at a time), otherwise you risk tearing the puller off the pipe, or pulling a glue joint apart. Also, pull any curved sections seperate, the friction from a curve on large PVC is really strong. I've lost pulls that I pulled 100', and then turned 45 degrees for 5'. When you pull 2", you'll have to spend a bit of time working the plow line down, it will hump up pretty good because its displacing a lot of dirt. Glue each pull up at least an hour before you pull it, as you want the glue to be fully set up before you put the stress of pulling on it. Also pull in the direction with the bells facing away from the 410 so there is no ridges to catch on anything. We use IPS 725 Aqua Blue on pipe smaller than 1.5", this cures enough in about 2-3 minutes to pull, but we use the slower setting dark blue glue for larger pipe, so I'd wait an hour. You'll want to dig a 2-3' long trench to start your pull in, this lets the PVC get to proper depth, otherwise it will be shallow for a ways. Use a Chinese finger puller for 2.5", the 2" one barely fits on it, and fits 1.25" and 1.5" much better. False advertising in my opinion. If you have any other questions let me know.