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    I pushed the mini seesnake in a 4" plastic cleanout about 3' down and about 10' out is a tee. Then go up hill in 6" clay with a thin layer of mud on the bottom of the pipe. I get out 50' and can not push any more. Do I need a big reel to go more?

    Also when pushing the mini after going through four 90's in 4" it stop's in both plastic and cast iron. Will the bigger reel go more than this?
    Roots beware of the C snake with shark teeth.

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    Re: mini question

    Are you running alot of water when doing this? When going through a double cleanout, you lose alot of pushing power. I don't have a full size seesnake so I won't make any comments but have used my duct rodder taped to the camera to push it out 195' in 6" clay through a double cleanout and 2) 1/4 bends. Never had my camera reel that light before.
    Buy cheap, buy twice.

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    • #3
      Re: mini question

      I do run water and it does help but not going through four 90's.
      duct rodder?
      Roots beware of the C snake with shark teeth.

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      • #4
        Re: mini question

        Duct Rodders - Duct Rodders, End Fittings Included, Cobra, Python and Mini-Cobra, REPLACEMENT ROD, Duct Rod Specifications, End Fitting | Condux I use the 5/16 Cobra.
        Buy cheap, buy twice.

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