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take a close look at the bottom of the model 88 page link. the no wrench coupler for type "g" cable. that's the adapter i use for my timberwolf drill. comes in either a 1/2'' or 5/8'' drive shaft connection.
the ebay eel is in very rough condition and they don't even know what they have. they're calling it a jetter
i do have the #426 channelocks pictured with your snake
a #430 and 426 are the best of the best
was that an old spartan or burton i know i've seen it before.
Spartan 600. Here is a close up pic of the motor plate and the drum plate. Also here is a drill that After it nearly beat me to death I do not use any longer. Instead of a trigger it has a push switch and stays on till you push the switch back the other direction to turn it off.
Ah thanks for the advice. and that one is weak compared to the first one posted. But the first one doesn't have a trigger switch.
I am working on getting my vid cam up and running so I can make a vid for you guys on how that old spartan 600 works. It does really well, just has a learning curve. I used that thing for a few years, and one of the clips that hold the two halfs of the drum broke, so I shelved it and put my 100 back on the truck. But after seeing the old Model C there made me want to dig it out and fix it up again.