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Just my .02 learned drain cleaning with an electric eel back in the day graduated to a gorlitz great for ground c/o but a pain to drag on the roof .got a k60 to do rrof vents. Each machine has it's advantages and disadvantages. As to getting the gorlitz on the truck roto rooter had a setup out the side door with a ramp and a winch took a lot of room . In my utility truck i put a harbor freight crane and electric winch and it wot=rks great just strap the machine close to the front and i lift it right off
Here are the pictures I said I would post. It went good and took about 8hr to install big thanks to my father for donating his saturday to another one of my hair brain ideas I come up with when business is slow. My father is not a plumber and will not touch anything plumbing but he's handy with a welder.
It don't take that much to get into those trucks anyways but was a concern. I never really leave it that long anywhere I don't feel it is safe and for at home just because I am from california don't mean I'm a liberal I am armed.
Also those ridgid seem like to much trouble adding more cable where I am when I clear a main stoppage I typically use over a hundred feet with the gorlitz its strong and long its like tossing a heavy woman around