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yep but the K-60 still has it`s place. I think??? I just havent need it that bad yet I like the speed and the no mess and the power I get from the K-7500.
We just broke a NEW 3/4 I/C cable yesterday. I dont know how much power that takes but I`m sure the K-60 aint got it
Let's see k60-1/2 hp and pulls 7 amps. Induction motor
k7500- 4/10 hp and draws 6 amps. universal motor
To be fair, the main thing holding me back from the K60 is the fact that they are messier. I know guys use tricks like the guide hose, canvas dropclothes and such, but the 7500 just rolls in, works and rolls out....no mess!
I feel the opposite. Every time I use my 3800 after about 10 mins, I have the sewage water in the drum and it starts to fling out in fat drops. Not so with the k60, just personal opinion.
If you dont have out-side C/O then by all means go with a K-60. It will take longer as the mess and putting cables together but you will still be able to get the job done with out trying to figure out how you can clear it with a Terminator Machine
The Key to making money is to sell em C/O`s
Hook up with a master plumber and life will be good
The key to making money is doing a good job. Building trust with your customers, and carrying the best equipment. Intelligence, Integrity, Honesty. I rarely sell cleanouts, but then its my job to fix the line without digging. I go to digging as a last resort...sometimes you dont have a choice, i understand that.
Rick When you do this kind of work do you charge by the hr, feet, job or time it takes you?
all clear, on a job like this, i would have to charge by the hour just to get a feel for it. on a return visit, i can look at my past time and if they wanted a price, i could generate a price from past track record.
why wouldn't they let you jet the lines? especially with all the butter?