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  • #16
    Re: Driller1 & Speedbump or Whoever?

    A friend of mine bought one of the "easy riser" machines (the one in the second link) Not a very "refined" machine, the tires don't mesh together like the up-z-dazy so it doesn't have near as much traction and you have to assemble several pieces during setup. A lot cheaper though..

    Rick

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    • #17
      Re: Driller1 & Speedbump or Whoever?

      Originally posted by PumpDoc View Post
      A friend of mine bought one of the "easy riser" machines (the one in the second link) Not a very "refined" machine, the tires don't mesh together like the up-z-dazy so it doesn't have near as much traction and you have to assemble several pieces during setup. A lot cheaper though..

      Rick
      The Pul-A-Pump looks the best so far for my purposes. Thanks.

      I think I also like the looks of the pulling reels that are out. Zero pitless adapters here. None. And 95% or better with PE pipe.

      Pulls it directly onto a reel. Use those? Problems?

      Thanks.


      J.C.

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      • #18
        Re: Driller1 & Speedbump or Whoever?

        Have one of the reels set up with 600ft pipe,cable,and test pump. It's set up with an electric motor/gear drive and is very powerful.It will pull the pump back out of a 600ft well after pumping it dry...lotsa weight!!! They also offer hydraulic drives and 12volt drives. Have always used as a test rig (on a trailer with a generator)It's a little bulky for every day service calls but if you had room to mount one on a truck it might not be too bad.

        Rick

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