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  • #91
    Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

    being licensed is a requirement, not an option.

    just like driving a car.

    having a city journeyman's license allows you to work as a plumber employed by the contractor.

    the contractors license allows you to work and enter into contracts with others.

    anything over $500. gross requires a contractors license out here per client, ever

    it's called the handyman's exemption (california business code)

    rick.
    phoebe it is

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    • #92
      Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

      This thread tangent has been great fun, but can we get back on topic? My K-7500 is Lord of all cable machines, the K-60 trembles in fear and repsect when sitting next to it.
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      • #93
        Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

        Originally posted by plumberscrack View Post
        I would have been 1st. across the finish line in our 5th. grade field games but stupid Shoshana Wasserstein bumped into me and I tripped

        Not sure why that just popped into my head
        And in the spirit of the holidays I think you should GOOGLE her and give the forum her number
        so we can all wish her Happy Thanksgiving.

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        • #94
          Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

          Originally posted by plumberscrack View Post
          I would have been 1st. across the finish line in our 5th. grade field games but stupid Shoshana Wasserstein bumped into me and I tripped

          Not sure why that just popped into my head
          that's ok bill.

          bet she couldn't bust that board in 7 seconds

          rick.
          phoebe it is

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          • #95
            Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

            I got my first union apprentice card at the age of 17

            By 18 I was designing plumbing layouts for a manufactured housing builder and doing the installs by myself

            By 20 I was back working under a master plumber as the manufactured housing builder went under. Rick I have many years behind me. I never went for my masters as I didnt want to own a plumbing co. I am a custom car builder by heart. Now as I have gotten older I need to get away from all the paint so I am getting ready to take my masters for the first time in my life. I have always done plumbing and enjoyed it thus why I always find myself back doing it.

            Just because you went for your plumbing contractor license dosen`t mean you have a Block Master license.

            I`m going for the Masters not a Contractor License.
            http://www.all-clear-sewer.com/

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            • #96
              Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

              Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
              that's ok bill.

              bet she couldn't bust that board in 7 seconds

              rick.
              What?
              Just like you busted my post right now?
              BACK-OFF COWBOY!!!!!





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              • #97
                Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

                Originally posted by All Clear Sewer View Post
                I got my first union apprentice card at the age of 17

                By 18 I was designing plumbing layouts for a manufactured housing builder and doing the installs by myself

                By 20 I was back working under a master plumber as the manufactured housing builder went under. Rick I have many years behind me. I never went for my masters as I didnt want to own a plumbing co. I am a custom car builder by heart. Now as I have gotten older I need to get away from all the paint so I am getting ready to take my masters for the first time in my life. I have always done plumbing and enjoyed it thus why I always find myself back doing it.

                Just because you went for your plumbing contractor license dosen`t mean you have a Block Master license.

                I`m going for the Masters not a Contractor License.
                Looking forward to talking to you at the Round-Up

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                • #98
                  Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

                  No your not
                  http://www.all-clear-sewer.com/

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                  • #99
                    Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

                    Originally posted by Service Guy View Post
                    This thread tangent has been great fun, but can we get back on topic? My K-7500 is Lord of all cable machines, the K-60 trembles in fear and repsect when sitting next to it.

                    I love this Forum and all it's QUIRKS

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                    • Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

                      Originally posted by All Clear Sewer View Post
                      No your not

                      Yyyyeeeeessss

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                      • Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

                        http://www.all-clear-sewer.com/

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                        • Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

                          Originally posted by JCsPlumbing View Post
                          I will agree to a certain point with Carl. Some wouldn't believe what they "require" when we get the inspection dept. involved here. I'm doing a remodel right now where I've rerouted about 20% of the water lines at the end of their run. They are still in the same area they have been for 17+ years.

                          The inspector is trying to get me to insulate ALL water lines. Even the ones that have been untouched. They are overhead in a garage without a ceiling so if it was all installed new it would have to be insulated even though that it is obviously proven that you won't have a freezing or condensation issue with 17+ years to back it up.

                          In short, if you even touch anything they try to bring it ALL up to current code. See it all the time. So if you go and bid something with the inspection department involved, you could easily end up working for nothing.

                          Now...who wants to work here in NC with me, Carl, and the NCDOI???

                          J.C.
                          That is true with almost all areas. Once you alter the system you are mandated to bring it up to current codes. However, if the pipes were not altered you would not have been required to open the walls to insulate the pipes just because the current energy code requires it.

                          Mark
                          "Somewhere a Village is Missing Twelve Idiots!" - Casey Anthony

                          I never lost a cent on the jobs I didn't get!

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                          • Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

                            I got post one Hundred
                            I got post one hundred

                            You lose

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                            • Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

                              you suck
                              I wanted it
                              http://www.all-clear-sewer.com/

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                              • Re: My review: K-7500 Drum vs. K-60 Sectional

                                Originally posted by All Clear Sewer View Post

                                I`m going for the Masters not a Contractor License.
                                call it what you want

                                it's a contractors license out here.

                                look it up at www.cslb.ca.gov c-36 plumbing contractor.

                                either way, you don't have the license to work in your state and enter in a contract.

                                you might be licensed to work for a company or is that not current

                                rick.
                                phoebe it is

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