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  • cutting a seesnake cable...

    I own several seesnakes,some are like new,and some collect dust.Heres my question,can ridgid cut off the cable at the head and cut the other end in reel and flip the cable end per end?Some cables are weak from friction at the first 40 feet or so,but I don't want to shorten the cable,is this realistic or should I just buy new cable? Has anyone have any info on this?

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    Re: cutting a seesnake cable...

    you would have to reterminate both ends. this will cost approx. $300.

    still much cheaper than a new 200' cable $1500+

    rick.
    phoebe it is

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      Re: cutting a seesnake cable...

      Thanx for the answer I wanted to hear.I was quoted $2300.to replace the cable,anything under a $1000.to reterminate would be well worth it .

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      • #4
        Re: cutting a seesnake cable...

        Hi Pipe Bursting.... $2,300.00 To Replace The Rod? Is That A 325' Rod... Sounds Line A Lot Of Money, If Not?

        Take Care.....

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        • #5
          Re: cutting a seesnake cable...

          No,thats for only 200' of cable.

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