I don't do alot of jetting...like 1 up to 4 times a year....and its only on grease lines...I've been researching and it seems like alot of you heavy jetters use it to remove roots. We don't get many runs over 100' in 4" pipe...I don't advertise jetting...thus I may or may not get calls for it...I want to start jetting more with my cart jetter...I was under the impression that you jet from the exit point back up the line...after reading in this forum I am mistaken...it seems like if you jet from a clean-out toward the street or what not...won't you be pulling back all that crap towards yourself when you remove the hose? Also in 4"-6" pipes on a 3/8" hose what would be the correct nossle to use? About how many passes do you make and do you also camera afterwards? Or am I being just plain old silly and should stick to cabling? Whats your guy's thoughts? Don't worry about hurting my feelings...I want it like it is!! ( I would rather here it from you than my competion or customers) THANKS!!!
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