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    I took a 4" abs pipe, 2' long put 4" galv 2 hole straps to hang it on the back door, my auger fits in handle first. perfect!

    cheap too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westcoastplumber View Post
    I took a 4" abs pipe, 2' long put 4" galv 2 hole straps to hang it on the back door, my auger fits in handle first. perfect!

    cheap too.
    That's a good idea thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnclogNH View Post
    That's a good idea thanks

    Here is a pic

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    Default auger bag

    well thought of idea
    i have been using a small bag with handles made out of blue tarp material bought it @ ikea for .50

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    I'm a cheap cheap-o so I doubt I'll end up with the General bag. It's a nice idea though. Customers don't want to see that drippy, poopy auger being carried through their living room in a trash bag.

    How about a tent bag? I'm thinking a mid sized tent would have a bag about that size. I think I'll check some thrift stores to see if they have anything.






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    Quote Originally Posted by rocksteady View Post
    I'm a cheap cheap-o so I doubt I'll end up with the General bag. It's a nice idea though. Customers don't want to see that drippy, poopy auger being carried through their living room in a trash bag.

    How about a tent bag? I'm thinking a mid sized tent would have a bag about that size. I think I'll check some thrift stores to see if they have anything.






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    I agree, the drippy auger must not be carried through a customers house, I always have it in a bucket with a rag. drip drip

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    hmm...

    I keep mine bungeed to the door frame at the side door of the van. It gets stuffed in a tin can, like a bigger peaches can, that is the right size to wedge on there and stay and catch any drips while I carry it. I leave it in the toilet and flush a few times before removing it to rinse it, then stuff it in the can to carry out.

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    So Rod how do you like the bag and how much did it set you back ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AssTyme View Post
    So Rod how do you like the bag and how much did it set you back ?
    Gary, I never bought the bag times are tuff plus heating season is coming too
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnclogNH View Post
    Gary, I never bought the bag times are tuff plus heating season is coming too


    So who's gunna be the guinea pig ???

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