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lests see, 90' of cable, cutter and the k-60. the cord is thrown over the roof and considering he's still on the roof, the smart ones like me and jason, will pull the cord off the roof and then carry it back to the truck.
i guess you pull the cord up to the roof, wind it up and then carry it down the ladder
In the old days, we use to break our machines down to get them on the roof. Of course we didn't have roofs like the one in Steve's picture so that would not have worked for us. A Little Giant ladder with work platform made the job a lot easier. Today a K60 makes it even easier.
"Somewhere a Village is Missing Twelve Idiots!" - Casey Anthony
Had this roof not had snow on it the K-60 would have worked fine but most of our roofs around here have more pitch then this one and we have allot of 2 and 3 story houses. If you look you will see the seesnake in that picture...lol yep, even did a video inspection on that job
I am now using allot of 2" and 3" pipe for my roof piping jobs. I can set-up the first pipe with 3" and stick 2" inside it so it`s more adjustable
I have the pipe thing down to about a 3 minute set-up
We mad a rig like that to rod overhead sewers in a parking garage. The clean outs where about 25' up in the air. Had to rod a total of 560' every 3 months. Then we got a jetter. Nice thing is the cleanouts where at every turn and every 100 feet.