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I thought for sure he would be the first to respond, he was online when I posted but is gone now. I know how much he likes his, he's not shy about talking about it. I'm looking to upgrade because I'm getting more and more drain calls. Presently I have (3) 380's and a general,for the big jobs. Never used a sectional, just drums. The Other Rick
Sad as I used to ski, whole reason I moved here, but I've had enough snow for this year too. The stuff is not as greasy here as yours though. The one time I was driving in CA snow it was wierd and scary.
This is my reminder to myself that no good will ever come from discussing politics or religion with anyone, ever.
i can't believe you posted and i missed itI was suprised as well, I thought the mere mention of "K-60" would set off something inside you, even offline.
the selection of cutters are much greater on a sectional than a drum. I have three K-380's and the choices of cutters is sad. Its time to upgrade as I am getting more calls for blockages. My "big Dog" is the general, also a drum, but not that easy to move around, and being in the mountains most places are uphill.
the machine is approx. 35# bare.
the cable with 75' of 7/8'' and cage is approx. 43#
i rarely use the rear guide hose and even indoors i can get away without it. even on carpets. i have my own carpet runner.
rick would never steer another rick wrongBefore I came on this forum I was also known as "PlumberRick", so I guess I'll have to come up with something else here.
The local water district up here has budgeted for a camera and I suggested the sea snake, so they are coming up here next week for a demo, I asked them to also bring up a K-60 so I could get a look at it.....The Other