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Yeah, I turned to page 19 and said "hey, wait a minute"
Only thing your missing witth that shirt is a pint of Ben and Jerry's
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Thanks for the Comments Everybody, Ive auctually had 4 people call and ask me questions about Hot jet Jetters. and I autographed 1 magazine at the pumper show. As for the Ben and Jerrys, There is probably a drop or two of Cherry Garcia on the shirt !
Here is my review of my hot jet jetter
I bought it new in July 2009 and as of today have done 50 jobs with it (a couple more and will have paid for itsself)
Specs 8.5 gallon a minute at 3600 psi
Powered by a Briggs and stratton Vanguard 35 H.P.
I run 300 feet og 3/8 hose and user a 3/8 warthog 90 % of the time
as far as pulling power It will easily pull all 300 feet with a warthog nozzle in a 4" pipe, ive never tried or had to go over 60 feet in a 6" so dont know how well it will pull, as for power to cut roots with the warthog, I usually make 1 slow pass through the pipe then get the camera in the line and pull the nozzle back to the roots i missed and work that spot back and forth 3 or 4 times and the roots are gone, ive cleand a couple of 12 inch pipes on dairy farms that were clogged with straw and maneurs, but the clogs were only 30 feet or so away and it did take a few minutes.
The reels are cox reels and the pump is a general pump,
it is set up with a tank to hold antifreeze and it is just flip 2 ball valves to winterize...very easy.
the trailer is a double axle(wich on a short trailer can sometimes be a pain to backup) with electric brakes and as for towing my truck is a f350 diesel so i cant even tell its behind me and i do allot of driving through
Ive got a video on facebook if you eant to see what the warthog does just searc rhino rooter on facebook.
in my opinion for cleaning 4-6 inch pipes its the perfect size, big enough to do a good job and affordable yet small enough you dont fill your customers basement with 30 gallons a minute.
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