And 5 K60s later.:D
still looking for a pristine old school k-60.
Recommendation to Rick, for The K-60. I can think of no other person on this site , that
would have done a better job, of selling the K-60s tributes. And to all the the skilled members,this is not a put down to You! I feel bad for the good folks that don't have an
honest , capable , tradesman like Rick or the Many Members here [You know who You are].
Just another thought about cameras: I keep a digital camera in my truck in my Household Handyman business. If I know I'm going to look into a probable damaged floor problem I take my laptop with me also. I'm often called on to look into a problem with a bathroom floor that is "soggy feeling". It's hard to explain to a potential customer exactly how a leaking toilet seal or shower drain can damage a floor feet from the toilet or shower. IF I can get my oversize butt under the house I will and take the camera with me. A few pictures of the damaged flooring, floor joist, and sills a lot of the time will convince the homeowner. One good picture is a great selling point. This has also worked for problems with attic vent fans and other things some homeowners just can't get into position to see. I think those "SeeSnakes" are really cool, I just need to figure out how to involve them into my work. Thanks, David
Most of the time I can have a conversation with my customers while running a mainline, nice and quiet like. Especially at a commercial or industrial place, running from c/o to c/o to manhole etc. It'll usually be some maintenance engineer guy that I deal with. With the retriever in reverse, standing over the manhole as the cable is spinning explaining how it works whatnot, basically shooting the breeze while the machine does all the work.:D