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    remember dave and buster's plunger conversation.....

    robert

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    Very cute.

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    • #3
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      The History of Sanitary Sewers Good site on the history of sanitary sewers and cleaners

      www.thedrainsquad.net Our website

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        Here I fixed it for ya
        http://www.all-clear-sewer.com/

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          lol at the k-60, now that's funny, rick you know you wanna laugh......
          9/11/01, never forget.

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            Originally posted by All Clear Sewer View Post
            Here I fixed it for ya

            Damn Steve, i really wish you couldve been there last week
            The History of Sanitary Sewers Good site on the history of sanitary sewers and cleaners

            www.thedrainsquad.net Our website

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            • #7
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              Guys come on. I have to stick up for Rick on this one. The competition was totally unfair... I tried doing something safe that would allow a k60 vs k7500 setup but this one was totally unfair.

              All around versatile machine the k60 still takes the cake. K7500 once you have it set up on a straight line beats the 60 hands down. Woulda been hard for us to set up a competition where it was fair.

              Josh
              Last edited by Josh; 06-10-2008, 09:14 PM.

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              • #8
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                Originally posted by Josh View Post
                Guys come on. I have to stick up for Rick on this one. The competition was totally unfair... I tried doing something safe that would allow a k60 vs k7500 setup but this one was totally unfair.

                All around machine the k60 still takes the cake. K7500 once you have it set up on a straight line beats the 60 hands down. Woulda been hard for us to set up a competition where it was fair.


                Josh
                Wow first the CEO of Ridgid tells us it's the K-60 hands down. Then we have the guy in charge of the drain cleaning line tell us he has a K-60 at home and now the Webmaster is confirming the K-60 takes the cake. Some how all of the stars must have just come into perfect alignment.

                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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                  Originally posted by ToUtahNow View Post
                  Wow first the CEO of Ridgid tells us it's the K-60 hands down. Then we have the guy in charge of the drain cleaning line tell us he has a K-60 at home and now the Webmaster is confirming the K-60 takes the cake. Some how all of the stars must have just come into perfect alignment.

                  Mark
                  they were all sitting together at lunch and came up with this
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                    K-60

                    I love it.
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                      I don't buy all the K-60 stuff.
                      I run my K-7500 all day long
                      I don't have to unload it from a van and wouldn't if I had too.
                      I am a PRO Sewer Tech and anyone is welcome to ride along with me and bring a K-60, we`ll see just who gets done first
                      I only make one trip from the trailer to the C/O. Not two, one with the machine and one with the cables. I don't have to brake my back dragging all the stuff as I have wheels to take the load.
                      The only place I would use a K-60 is in a basement and that`s ONLY if one of my helpers were to busy to help me.
                      I sale C/O`s so most of the time I don't have this problem anyway.
                      I invite all the Ridgid reps to a day with All Clear and you can only use your beloved K-60

                      "I" say the All around versatile machine is the K-7500 and dare you to prove me wrong
                      You might get shocked when you see what I can do with some PVC and a K-7500

                      A day in the real field may change your minds
                      Or kill that little toy of a K-60 ....rotflmao
                      Last edited by All Clear Sewer; 06-10-2008, 09:58 PM.
                      http://www.all-clear-sewer.com/

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                        Originally posted by All Clear Sewer View Post
                        I don't buy all the K-60 stuff.
                        I run my K-7500 all day long
                        I don't have to unload it from a van and wouldn't if I had too.
                        I am a PRO Sewer Tech and anyone is welcome to ride along with me and bring a K-60, we`ll see just who gets done first
                        I only make one trip from the trailer to the C/O. Not two, one with the machine and one with the cables. I don't have to brake my back dragging all the stuff as I have wheels to take the load.
                        The only place I would use a K-60 is in a basement and that`s ONLY if one of my helpers were to busy to help me.
                        I sale C/O`s so most of the time I don't have this problem anyway.
                        I invite all the Ridgid reps to a day with All Clear and you can only use your beloved K-60

                        "I" say the All around versatile machine is the K-7500 and dare you to prove me wrong
                        You might get shocked when you see what I can do with some PVC and a K-7500

                        A day in the real field may change your minds
                        Or kill that little toy of a K-60 ....rotflmao




                        Sounds like a great challenge, Rick, step it up, take All Clear on, go over there, with a film crew and duel it out. this one counts as it will all be field work .....since the other loss was flawed......, like all your other losses
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                          funny as i'm the only one that can and has run a 5/8'' sectional cable through an installed toilet to clear a stopped up line at 35' and beyond.

                          i've even posted pictures of this months.

                          don't know why anyone would use an auger on a simple plugged up toilet.

                          95% of pure toilet stoppages are easily cleared with a proper plunger. the other 5 % with auger or removal as something/ toy, phone has been flushed into the toilet.

                          why would i use an auger that scratches the interior of the toilet even if it's out of sight?

                          i have no reason to go to visit allclear. he had every opportunity to come to ridgid and he canceled.

                          i can guarantee you that if he was side by side in the my real life stoppage situations, he wouldn't stand a chance.
                          laugh all you want, but i know it and my customers know it.

                          please explain snaking a 80- 2'' planter drains accessible by an extension ladder inside of concrete planters. lines haven't been snaked in 27 years and are full of roots.

                          let me give you a hint, a drum machine is not the answer.

                          why? please tell me why

                          but while we're talking new avatars, let me remind you what you forgot to win last week



                          rick.
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                            Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
                            funny as i'm the only one that can and has run a 5/8'' sectional cable through an installed toilet to clear a stopped up line at 35' and beyond.

                            i've even posted pictures of this months.

                            don't know why anyone would use an auger on a simple plugged up toilet.

                            95% of pure toilet stoppages are easily cleared with a proper plunger. the other 5 % with auger or removal as something/ toy, phone has been flushed into the toilet.

                            why would i use an auger that scratches the interior of the toilet even if it's out of sight?

                            i have no reason to go to visit allclear. he had every opportunity to come to ridgid and he canceled.

                            i can guarantee you that if he was side by side in the my real life stoppage situations, he wouldn't stand a chance.
                            laugh all you want, but i know it and my customers know it.

                            please explain snaking a 80- 2'' planter drains accessible by an extension ladder inside of concrete planters. lines haven't been snaked in 27 years and are full of roots.

                            let me give you a hint, a drum machine is not the answer.

                            why? please tell me why

                            but while we're talking new avatars, let me remind you what you forgot to win last week



                            rick.

                            I dont know, i wouldnt feel right charging my customers just to plunge their toilet
                            The History of Sanitary Sewers Good site on the history of sanitary sewers and cleaners

                            www.thedrainsquad.net Our website

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                              Originally posted by Drain Medic View Post
                              I dont know, i wouldnt feel right charging my customers just to plunge their toilet
                              Woo Hoo I know who I'm calling when my water closet is stopped up.

                              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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