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    Guys
    I was thinking about buying this attachment for my 5000 psi jetter has any one had experience with these heads.
    Does the head spin on a jetter?
    Regards
    Greg
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    Re: Jetter Attachment

    Hmm interesting nozzle, never seen anything like that....Looks kinda dangerous to me, ecspecially at 5000 psi
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      Re: Jetter Attachment

      Never tried one like that... about has to spin some way to be any good for anything... roots? old hardened-up-like-soap grease? Post if you get it and tell if you like it or not.
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        Re: Jetter Attachment

        Originally posted by Aussie Plumber Greg View Post
        Guys
        I was thinking about buying this attachment for my 5000 psi jetter has any one had experience with these heads.
        Does the head spin on a jetter?
        Regards
        Greg
        save your money and buy a warthog.

        the problem with blades is that they won't cut as good as a jet of water.

        i know a warthog will out perform an o-brien root saw.

        rick.
        phoebe it is

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          Re: Jetter Attachment-Rick

          Rick
          I have a warthog but I thought these would be better for thicker roots.
          I reckon the warthog only cuts roots approx 1-3mm or do you guys get better results.
          Thanks
          Greg

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