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    Hey guy's I'm looking for the best grease and sludge blade for the k60
    90% of our clean out access in this area are 3 inch. Looking for the best grease and sludge blade for the k60 would that be the T-105 or is there something else better before ordering one?
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    if i cant jet it , i use the t-113

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhplumbing View Post
    if i cant jet it , i use the t-113
    Got that one from the list you gave me. Looking for more scoop and push action.
    All I have is my small electric jetter need a bigger jet if the phone would only ring a little more every month I could get one
    All I really need is a cart jetter and a Micro drain 65 foot for the little drains
    and I'm all set.
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    I like the T-113 or the General Spear tip as my first tool for EVERY drain, including grease, roots and unknowns

    The T-13 is my first tool every time without exception for the KM-1500 too.

    I have had a LOT of success with the T-105 for grease.

    In a 4" grease line, I will go from the spear, to the spade, to a C-cutter for finishing.

    The H-cutter works good on some lines too as it will cut grease both pushing the cable out and pulling it back, but I don't use that one too much, especially if there is any clay pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnclogNH View Post
    Looking for more scoop and push action..
    If that's what you want, then get a T-103 and tape up the back with duck tape. I've done that before on sludge lines.

    You could also try Ron's rag trick on that cutter.

    -Chris

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