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    Gene, I know I sound like a broken recored, but if you want Genral parts and cutters, Eel, Ridgid, Spartan, Marco, even FlexiRooter parts Give AJ Coleman a call.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gene bickford View Post
    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???
    Trailer jetter would collect dust around here lol.
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    we rarely use our eel machines but i actually used those blades to retrieve a 5/8'' cable from a line. the blade hooked right around it and i pulled it out with no problem. worked alot better than a standard spring retriever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewerRatz View Post
    Gene, I know I sound like a broken recored, but if you want Genral parts and cutters, Eel, Ridgid, Spartan, Marco, even FlexiRooter parts Give AJ Coleman a call.
    Ron, because of your constant bragging them up my next order will be from AJ Coleman, but the problems I have had with General have nothing to do with the distributors. It took me a long time to find that out, but all the hassle comes directly from General.
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    Rod, did u ever order these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatted79 View Post
    Rod, did u ever order these?
    Yes bought both the 3 and 4 inch sludge busters they work great.
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    i been ordering sections of eel cable, when i can afford to. i'll have to pick these blades up.

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    For those of you that use spartan type cables and would like to use eel blades terry at all star sewer has a 2 ft spartan leader that he has adapted to use the electric eel blades.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tatted79 View Post
    i been ordering sections of eel cable, when i can afford to. i'll have to pick these blades up.



    Thought you were going with the General cable ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by alsdrainservice View Post
    For those of you that use spartan type cables and would like to use eel blades terry at all star sewer has a 2 ft spartan leader that he has adapted to use the electric eel blades.



    For which sized cables ?

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