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  • #16
    Re: Haven't seen this cutter before.....

    Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
    designed for manhole to manhole. no real bends as it uses 5/16'' rods.

    rick.

    I know they make a rodder machine..But could you run a section of rod with one of those heads ahead of like say a 1500 machine..Hmmm..Or just asking for trouble
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    • #17
      Re: Haven't seen this cutter before.....

      Originally posted by OLD1 View Post
      I know they make a rodder machine..But could you run a section of rod with one of those heads ahead of like say a 1500 machine..Hmmm..Or just asking for trouble
      you're asking fo trouble unless you can control the speed rpm and assure the line is a straight run.

      remember these are 5/16'' drill rods. they flex some, but will kink if over bent.

      rick.
      phoebe it is

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      • #18
        Re: Haven't seen this cutter before.....

        Originally posted by gtmerkley View Post
        Yea I picked one up at the flea market with the rod just like the one shown for $ 6.00. I buy all that stuff like that I find around here so I don't have to try to get it unstuck and tear up my equipment when some DIY try's to poke it down there drain. That's how I got the start for my museum. I got some weird stuff over the years. Including an old 12ga shotgun used by one customer to shoot there line open. The walls of that plastic pipe had a lot of bb's imbedded in it. I would love to get a piece of that pipe for my collection
        I can't believe that one. Not calling you a liar, I just refuse to believe anyone can be that stupid.
        Ideal Plumbing

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        • #19
          Re: Haven't seen this cutter before.....

          Originally posted by OLD1 View Post
          I know they make a rodder machine..But could you run a section of rod with one of those heads ahead of like say a 1500 machine..Hmmm..Or just asking for trouble
          I would think you could use it like somewhat like a timberwolf setup. But you would have to keep the rods pretty straight.
          Ideal Plumbing

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