K-60 Sectional Machine
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you know if the roundup had a real heads up all around cleaning like i've suggested. the k-60 would have been the overall winner and the 7500 would have been at the bottom of the stairs waiting for the elevator that doesn't exist.
lets see, 2- 7500 and 3- 750 sitting at the shop.
the k-60 has taken the place of this. and the rare time i need to, i use the 1.25'' sectional with drill. typically 1 time a month.
keep the k-60 off the truck and stay with the 7500.
i'd love to see when you come back.
I think its interesting. Only drum guys (and Josh and Jc), have nominated this thread. If I had said that I preferred the K-60, rick, mark, ben and others would have nominated it.
Hold on Mark, I called first dibs. I gotta wait till Carl uses a drum more than 3 times though before he sells it.
Buy cheap, buy twice.
The K-6200 was notorious for snapping cables before Ridgid improved the torque-limiter. That is the main reason I started with a K-60 in my own business. But a belt-driven K-7500, winds up and slows down so there is an audible warning when it gets close to snapping. I think Steve just had an unlucky day.Originally Posted by service guy review