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    If you were to take a sectional machine and put it on a small rolling cart, could you engage the handle and then push the cart toward the drain to feed in the cable without wearing the clutch out?

    I like the idea of sectional machines but feeding in an inch or two at a time just seems like it would kill my customers wallet.

  • #2
    If you want to do it that way just use a drill and walk forward as it goes.
    http://www.all-clear-sewer.com/

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    • #3
      General makes a cart sectional machine. It’s heavy and the cable drags on the ground. Might as well save the money and use a drill.

      But honestly, the clutch doesn’t wear out too easily. Use it like it was designed. Done thousands of cleanings with the k60 and k50. Have only changed 1 clutch that wore out.

      Rick.
      phoebe it is

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      • All Clear Sewer
        All Clear Sewer commented
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        We have replaced 5 clutch`s on the K-60`s and I`d hate to count how many bearings on the K-60`s. We have parked the K-60`s in the back room and now use the Drill or the M-18 cordless sectional machine.

    • #4
      Originally posted by Master Frog View Post
      If you were to take a sectional machine and put it on a small rolling cart, could you engage the handle and then push the cart toward the drain to feed in the cable without wearing the clutch out?

      I like the idea of sectional machines but feeding in an inch or two at a time just seems like it would kill my customers wallet.
      If you are bound and determined you should look at a Electric Eel Model C

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        Jerry Mac
        MAC SALES 777
        SEWER EQUIPMENT SALES
        jerryhodge@att.net

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        • #6
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          Jerry Mac
          MAC SALES 777
          SEWER EQUIPMENT SALES
          jerryhodge@att.net

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          • #7
            Second on the eel cable and a drill. I cleared a 250' sewer line from a single cleanout using the dreel yesterday

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