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  • Re: Sectional vs. Drum - Cleaner May 2008

    Originally posted by All Clear Sewer View Post
    Mark
    I have a screwdriver that I could use as a hammer too but I dont do that.
    Please try not to read things in to what I type, just read the words



    Why yes I do own one that I CANscrew a 2" cutter on to.
    My bad I gave you more credit than that as being credible.

    Mark
    "Somewhere a Village is Missing Twelve Idiots!" - Casey Anthony

    I never lost a cent on the jobs I didn't get!

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    • Re: Sectional vs. Drum - Cleaner May 2008

      Originally posted by All Clear Sewer View Post
      Rick you are wrong once again. I have a 5/16 cable that has 1", 2" cutters and bulb augers that screw to the end of the cable and it`s 50` long
      from my read, it looks like you have and use 2'' cutters.

      nobody would attemp to use 2'' cutters on a 5/16'' cable, that's why we questioned you.

      nothing in your quote said can


      rick.
      phoebe it is

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      • Re: Sectional vs. Drum - Cleaner May 2008

        Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
        from my read, it looks like you have and use 2'' cutters.

        nobody would attemp to use 2'' cutters on a 5/16'' cable, that's why we questioned you.

        nothing in your quote said can


        rick.
        The "can" was my word not his word. I believe what he is trying to say now is he owns a 5/16" cable and is capable of screwing a 2" cutter on to it but he would never use it that way.

        It is somewhat like me saying I can put a Freightliner engine in my 68 volkswagen convertible but not mentioning it would just be dropped into the passenger compartment.

        Mark
        "Somewhere a Village is Missing Twelve Idiots!" - Casey Anthony

        I never lost a cent on the jobs I didn't get!

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        • Re: Sectional vs. Drum - Cleaner May 2008

          Mark
          the funny part about your last commit is I am a custom car builder and I can install a Freightliner engine in you 68 Volkswagen "if" Freightliner only made their own engine

          Heres on of my creations


          http://monsterphoto.iwarp.com/warwagcar.htm
          http://www.all-clear-sewer.com/

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          • Re: Sectional vs. Drum - Cleaner May 2008

            Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
            from my read, it looks like you have and use 2'' cutters.



            rick.
            Please HIGH LIGHT the part that say`s "I HAVE and or DO"

            Ricks gonna get his panties in a wad over this one
            http://www.all-clear-sewer.com/

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            • Re: Sectional vs. Drum - Cleaner May 2008

              Originally posted by All Clear Sewer View Post
              Rick you are wrong once again. I have a 5/16 cable that has 1", 2" cutters and bulb augers that screw to the end of the cable and it`s 50` long
              pretty black and white to me.

              maybe that's why i was more of a shop class guy than an english class guy

              maybe that's why we questioned your post. made no sense to the guys that know better

              rick.
              phoebe it is

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              • Re: Sectional vs. Drum - Cleaner May 2008

                Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
                looking forward to showing you the machines.

                just to remind you, i have 3-750, 2- 7500, a spartan 300, general mini rooter 3/8'' and 1/2'' drum, and a general t-3 1/2'' x 100'.
                and of course more cables than i can list. i even have 40+ brand new cables on the shelf from 1/4''- 3/4''.
                remember that these machines are in semi retirement as they have been replaced by the k50/ k60/ k1500.

                i doubt that you have the selection or hands on experience that i have.

                but i will look forward to meet you at the san diego event and show you the advantages of the sectional machine.

                rick.
                Just look for the guy with the shirt that says "sectionals suck"

                Oh I doubt that, i've been doing drain cleaning for a looooog time......

                I'll explain to you in plain English the superiority of the drum machine.

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                • Re: Sectional vs. Drum - Cleaner May 2008

                  Originally posted by TomSV650 View Post
                  The 300 is my mainline roof machine and it will also fit through bathroom doors where the 1065 often won't. My spartan 100 machine is old and tired and needs replacement.

                  The K-60 i'm sure will be in my future because i'm not getting any younger!
                  from your post in august.

                  just in case you forgot.

                  if you really think you can do a better job and faster than me with your 300 on a roof, you really need to rethink it.

                  rick.
                  phoebe it is

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                  • Re: Sectional vs. Drum - Cleaner May 2008

                    That's before I tried one. You should try your 300 on the roof, it does a great job.
                    I'm done with this thread, maybe i'll see this may at the trade show.

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