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  • #31
    Re: Almighty KING of Drain Cleaning >>> DRUM MACHINES

    Some of you post about clearing main sewer stoppages from the roof vent. In the last 39 years I have only had to take my sectional snake to the roof on 4 occasion's. The where commercial roofs with stopped up scuppers, then some one handed me a flat sewer rod with a spear point. Wha-la that's the last time my sectional has seen the rubber since. Here we pull a toilet or have a clean out to go through have never had to clear a stoppage from the roof in a house yet. I will admit that my sectional will blast its way thru heavy roots with a lot less work than my drum machine. But the time saved is just not worth the extra work of the sectional. I still can not see how that 3 legged oil burner motor can cut the mustard. Drum roll please.
    WE LIVE IN THE LAND OF THE FREE,
    ONLY BECAUSE OF THE BRAVE

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    • #32
      Re: Almighty KING of Drain Cleaning >>> DRUM MACHINES

      Drums are good.I am going to go through my k-750's and possible start using them again.But the k-60 and k-50 will stay on the truck.You guys have me thinking of maybe looking for AllClear's machine of choice.I know of places where they would work well.Time will tell.But where I am,The k-60/k-50 works well.-------------I purchased a k-60 six years ago after shattering my ankle.Now the 1500,750's,380 all sit in storage,while I carry the 375 for jobs where it makes getting into the c/o easier.90% of all residentials,I do are from the roof.For apt. complexs and others,the jetter works well.But I am glad I purchased a k-60.
      Kenneth Collier
      Maintenance and Sewer

      P.O. Box 9441
      Jackson, MS 39206
      (601) 613-2678 (Cell)
      drainman881999@yahoo.com

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      • #33
        Re: Almighty KING of Drain Cleaning >>> DRUM MACHINES

        Originally posted by drainman881999 View Post
        Drums are good.I am going to go through my k-750's and possible start using them again.But the k-60 and k-50 will stay on the truck.You guys have me thinking of maybe looking for AllClear's machine of choice.I know of places where they would work well.Time will tell.But where I am,The k-60/k-50 works well.-------------I purchased a k-60 six years ago after shattering my ankle.Now the 1500,750's,380 all sit in storage,while I carry the 375 for jobs where it makes getting into the c/o easier.90% of all residentials,I do are from the roof.For apt. complexs and others,the jetter works well.But I am glad I purchased a k-60.
        That's the K-75 on the truck for c/o's.
        Kenneth Collier
        Maintenance and Sewer

        P.O. Box 9441
        Jackson, MS 39206
        (601) 613-2678 (Cell)
        drainman881999@yahoo.com

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