Warthog or Root Ranger?
Here are some pictures of the Root Ranger that has actually pulled tree roots out of a drain with the hook action of the nozzle (both sizes). A benefit of the design of the nozzle where the Warthog can't pull roots back. As a boss, I don't hand the Warthog out to every plumber in our crew because of the cost of maintenance and replacement costs, but the guys who have them love them. Horses for courses!
Also a pciture of a K 1500-B eel exiting an earthenware collar! Photo taken of an early Rigid B&W monitor.
And, the 'Blade Cutter' attachment for the Root Ranger 1/4". This allows the operator to feel if there are any roots left in the drain and removes heavy deposits.
Last edited by bill2601; 07-23-2009 at 11:03 PM.
glad to see that i'm not the only one that poses with the mother load
guys, feel proud to post your photos. if it was a prize fish you know you'd have the scale in the photos too.
sorry bill, i get excited to see the catch of the day
got to love that large root ranger design