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    Default New slude buster eel blades

    I wanted blades like this from Electric Eel for a long time for my eel set up.
    I run into a bunch of sludge clogs up here and the normal sprial blade has a hard time with sludge.
    These are at the top of my wish list now.
    http://draincleaningforum.com/attach...1&d=1282790669
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    how you come across those?

    I think i may have to get a couple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhplumbing View Post
    how you come across those?

    I think i may have to get a couple.
    Ron was talking about the J cable at A.J.C so I just took a look at the Electric Eel site and found them on the model C page. I have been wanting blades like this for the eel for years.
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    Im sure Allan J Coleman has them in stock!

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    Whats the "redesigned snap lock". Is it still compatible with the old?
    Nice looking set.

    anyone have a link to all the 1.25 eel cutters?

    I don't know why all these companies make it so hard to find the products they sell. it's kind of like putting a convenience store on a dead end dirt road out in the woods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gene bickford View Post
    Whats the "redesigned snap lock". Is it still compatible with the old?
    Nice looking set.

    anyone have a link to all the 1.25 eel cutters?

    I don't know why all these companies make it so hard to find the products they sell. it's kind of like putting a convenience store on a dead end dirt road out in the woods.
    Lol so true!
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    Never mind, I just called them.
    They are compatible, all they did for redesigned is bevel the edges.
    All cutters are listed in the back of the brochure.

    price for sdd-5s-p for 6" pipe is $55.40

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    I like a lot of the General heads better but what a total pain in the a$$ it is to do ANY business with them.
    I need a new 3" and a 4" HD root saw. I like Generals better but Im going to buy from eel instead.
    If I order from general I'll end up with 4 2" C cutters and even getting the wrong parts will take 4 weeks plus another 4 weeks to get the right ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gene bickford View Post
    Never mind, I just called them.
    They are compatible, all they did for redesigned is bevel the edges.
    All cutters are listed in the back of the brochure.

    price for sdd-5s-p for 6" pipe is $55.40
    4 inch was $46.90 and the 3 inch was $36.50 plus shipping.
    With my wife working and fall comming these are on my list.
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    LMAO!!!!!!!
    I just had a vision of you 3 months from now, posting a pic of you, your wife, and your brand new top of the line trailer jetter.

    Your standing proud with a grin from ear to ear, and your poor wife hardly able to stand looking ragged and exhausted from working double and triple shifts in order to support you tool addiction

    Come to think of it, my wife has talked about getting a part time job. I think it's time I "encourage her passions" (wink wink).
    What do you think 18 or 20 gpm???

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