How'd you take this pic? The picture quality is awsome. How'd you finally fix it? What kind of pipe is that? Cement?
Buy cheap, buy twice.
hummm Id say skip the K-60 and go stright for a few pounds of C-4 for that clog.
Like gear junkie said that pic is impressive!!!! how did u ake it?
dunbar, your picture and story don't jive
first off the bat, the pipe is no longer connected as i can see a clean cut void at the stoppage along with the shadowing that can be seen. the scrap pipe is laying in the bottom of that mess and it is not grease as there is absolutely no residue on the walls of the spotless pipe.
sure a jetter could have washed this pipe spotless, but there would be a telltale sign of jetting. plus the stoppage would not be a flat solid block. but then again the line looks likes it was jetted at a prior time as the aggregate is now exposed on the clay line. 4000psi will cut concrete if kept in the same spot too long
once again a professionally staged photo. so come clean and give us the link to that photo since i know you had nothing to do with it.
it's not a man sitting on a bucket with one hand tied behind his back that took this or cleaned this line.
Lewiston Maine is the arm pit of America. I'm surprised they even noticed human waste in the streets with all the trash. I hate that town, It makes my skin crawl when I have to go there.
Professionally staged photo?
City Battles Giant Blob
POSTED: 4:10 pm EST January 24, 2008
UPDATED: 4:23 pm EST January 24, 2008
LEWISTON, Maine -- A large, mysterious blob has taken over a major sewer line in the city of Lewiston, leaving public works crews stumped as to how to budge it.
According to city officials, the stretch of 12-inch pipe on Main Street backed up on Jan. 13, and the city has been trying unsuccessfully to clear the line ever since.
Deputy Public Services Director Kevin Gagne told News 8 the doughy, 90-foot mass is comprised of grease, flour and rags.
Gagne said the city has chosen to replace the 170-foot line at a cost of between $40,000 and $60,000. Work is expected to begin this week.