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  • toolaholic
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    Re: K750 cable too short to reach clog

    Originally posted by asstyme View Post
    don't you have any drains to clear
    hey i'm a carpenter !!

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  • AssTyme
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    Re: K750 cable too short to reach clog

    Originally posted by toolaholic View Post
    doesn't this affect you're steering!!

    Don't you have any drains to clear

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  • toolaholic
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    Re: K750 cable too short to reach clog

    Originally posted by asstyme View Post
    i carry extra lengths of cable in used motorcycle tires and add them on as needed. Carrying more than 100' in my drum would be a waste as i only need to go over 100' a few times a month.
    doesn't this affect you're steering!!

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  • idlplumb
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    Re: K750 cable too short to reach clog

    I think Rick answered the question so I'm only gonna post here to say welcome to the forum neighbor! I never thought I'd see someone else from North Hollywood on the forum - LA yes, NH specifically is a surprise.

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  • PLUMBER RICK
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    Re: K750 cable too short to reach clog

    the 750 can hold 125' of 5/8'' cable plus the anchor cable already installed.

    honestly get a 25' section and carry it separately. use it as needed and not store it in the drum.

    with the thousands of lines i've snaked over the years in the same basic area as you, less than 10% were more than 100'. plus 5/8'' is not the cable i ran. 3/4'' is a tuffer root cutting cable. that's 100' on a 750.

    rick.
    Last edited by PLUMBER RICK; 01-03-2011, 08:58 AM.

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  • ToUtahNow
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    Re: K750 cable too short to reach clog

    Originally posted by ron_b777@hotmail.com View Post
    thank you
    Since you are in North Hollywood, give the guys at JM McKinney a call. They are within 10-miles of you and can take care of all of your equipment needs.

    http://www.jmmckinney.com/

    Mark

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  • ron_b777@hotmail.com
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    thank you

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  • AssTyme
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    Re: K750 cable too short to reach clog

    Originally posted by ron_b777@hotmail.com View Post
    If I do add on cable would it be best added in lengths of say 50 75 or a 100 ft length? As the cable gets longer is there a greater risk factor like kinked or broken cable and if so what would be a safe max length for the K750?

    Ron

    I buy my .55 cable in 25' sections. 25' or 50' sections would be preferred. I'm not familiar with the K750.

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  • ron_b777@hotmail.com
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    Re: K750 cable too short to reach clog

    If I do add on cable would it be best added in lengths of say 50 75 or a 100 ft length? As the cable gets longer is there a greater risk factor like kinked or broken cable and if so what would be a safe max length for the K750?

    Ron

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  • AssTyme
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    Re: K750 cable too short to reach clog

    Originally posted by ron_b777@hotmail.com View Post
    I have a k750 with 100' 5/8 cable but was unable to reach a clog in a 3 in mainline. Anyone know the max length of 5/8 cable this drum will hold? All suggestions welcome.

    Ron


    I carry extra lengths of cable in used motorcycle tires and add them on as needed. Carrying more than 100' in my drum would be a waste as I only need to go over 100' a few times a month.

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  • ron_b777@hotmail.com
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    K750 cable too short to reach clog

    I have a k750 with 100' 5/8 cable but was unable to reach a clog in a 3 in mainline. Anyone know the max length of 5/8 cable this drum will hold? All suggestions welcome.

    Ron
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