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I agree with Jerry on this. The Spartan 300 you can run a large drum with the .55 double wound cable to do the 3" to 6" lines. Then you can change drums to a ½" drum for your 2" - 4" sink lines. And finally you can run the 13/32 drum for your 1 1/2 to 2" lines. So it is a very good all round machine.
Good point, I don't have any experience with sectional machines. I thought the sectional machines weren't good for inside use due to too much stuff flopping around. Am I wrong?
They have a guide hose to help keep things under control. You can make a nice mess with a sectional machine, but you can make one with a drum machine too. Thing with the K-60 is you will have three rands with cable in it Two for the 7/8 and one with the 5/8 cable, a guide hose and a drum for your 3/8 cable plus the machine.
With a spartan 300 you have the machine with one drum already on it, and one drum sitting on a shelf. In all reality all you need is the double wound .55 cable drum and a 13/32 drum to handle all the jobs. Its just nice to have the 1/2" drum for a few other jobs in between where the 13/32 is just a little under sized and the .55 is an overkill. But my point is the Spartan 300 will take less room and from your post you already know how to use drum machines, so their is no relearning to rod like if you went with the K-60