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  • #31
    Re: drill and eel

    Originally posted by Gettinit View Post
    I have some flat bottom offsets and they do not make a specific holder but have been told by others it will be fine. I thought that was what you were referring to.

    Are the ones you have 1" wide ?

    I run the MyTana KN style 4/3" offset blades in the Spartan style pear brass holders (they fit so so) but they are designed to go in a KN style blade holder.

    Double Offset 3" - 4" Blade (KN28T): KN28T


    Blade Holder (B503): For our KN style blades ONLY!

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    • #32
      Re: drill and eel

      They are flat bottoms 1" wide.
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      • #33
        Re: drill and eel

        Originally posted by gear junkie View Post
        I have eel/"L" connector but after trying the "G" connector, I like that one better. Push as much cable as you can by hand, I can go about 54' no problem through a c/o. connect the cable and go. Big thing is not to let any slack develop when running the cable. Always pull back on the drill just a little bit.

        I have the dewalt dw124 and like it. It has a clutch(which I've never stopped) which is a great safety feature. This setup will not be for speed production drain cleaning. It's for tight access where the stoppages are tough.
        Why do you like the G connector better than the L? Does it make attaching and removing the cables easier? I thought the eel cutters are better than general cutters so wouldn't using the G connector limit you to using general cutters?

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        • #34
          Re: drill and eel

          Originally posted by Tungsten Plumbing View Post
          Why do you like the G connector better than the L? Does it make attaching and removing the cables easier? I thought the eel cutters are better than general cutters so wouldn't using the G connector limit you to using general cutters?
          ben got a chance to play with my drill and cables a while back and liked the ease it was to assemble and disassemble the cables on a 36 unit c/o job.

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          phoebe it is

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          • #35
            Re: drill and eel

            It is easier to assemble and take apart the G connector.
            Buy cheap, buy twice.

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            • #36
              Re: drill and eel

              Originally posted by Tungsten Plumbing View Post
              Why do you like the G connector better than the L? Does it make attaching and removing the cables easier? I thought the eel cutters are better than general cutters so wouldn't using the G connector limit you to using general cutters?



              Yes the Eel cutters are far superior. I suppose you could use an adapter but that might not work so good in some 4" 90's.

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              • #37
                Re: drill and eel

                I never encountered such thing like that in my job for many clients I have.
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                • #38
                  Re: drill and eel

                  Originally posted by plumbers101 View Post
                  I never encountered such thing like that in my job for many clients I have.



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                  • #39
                    Re: drill and eel

                    Originally posted by AssTyme View Post
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                    Use the force....lol
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