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I have one but I don't ever recall using it.
I feel more comfortable cutting rather then ripping the roots.
Even with a root saw the roots are being somewhat ripped though.
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I use mine on a 7500 with inner core 3/4" cables. I always use a smaller arrow on the first pass to get the water going and cut some of the stoppage out before I go in with a bigger head I don't know how other drillers get away with using a bigger head on the first pass ? the roots around here will hang you up if you try with a big head for the first pass even the 1500 or the 60 would get hung. The root riper can wad up a big ball of roots and get you stuck in a tight place. I got my first Root riper with a set of cutters for a roder