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  • #16
    Re: k-60

    mark, i was a little ruff on the k-40

    i first was interested in the newer style k-60sp over 10 years ago when they first came out. unfortunately i was talked out of it by raul at j.m. mckinney.

    i'm sure if he ever reads this, he will be blown away by the amount of k-60 praise it gets.

    remember our little discussion at the ballgame and what the #1 machine is

    you took the k-50 and i took the k-60

    we know what the boss likes

    fredrick flows better than fredmark

    thanks for the walk down k-60 memory lane.

    rick.
    phoebe it is

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    • #17
      Re: k-60

      Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
      mark, i was a little ruff on the k-40

      i first was interested in the newer style k-60sp over 10 years ago when they first came out. unfortunately i was talked out of it by raul at j.m. mckinney.

      i'm sure if he ever reads this, he will be blown away by the amount of k-60 praise it gets.

      remember our little discussion at the ballgame and what the #1 machine is

      you took the k-50 and i took the k-60

      we know what the boss likes

      fredrick flows better than fredmark

      thanks for the walk down k-60 memory lane.

      rick.
      What ball game?



      All these years later and you still haven't figured out what the question was.

      The question was if you could only have one machine on your truck what would it be?

      My answer was the K-50 because you could clear anything from a 3/4" line through a 4" line. I conceded with roots in a 3"-4" line you would likely have to return with a larger machine later but you could still get it opened. I still stand by my answer and it is still my favorite machine. That said, unless I am going to a drain cleaning job on my motorcycle, I doubt I would ever have just one machine me.

      Mark
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      • #18
        Re: k-60

        Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
        fist stop, dunbar land

        second stop, allclear land, although i think he just complimented the machine the other day

        any others we missed

        we'll need more than a sprinter, we'll need a semi truck

        rick.
        No need to stop here Rick...

        I don't have any desire to be a masochist...

        K-7500 all the way baby!
        411 Plumb Appliance Stimulus Package

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        • #19
          Re: k-60

          Well it's official 3rd stop RedWood Land!
          Seattle Drain Service

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