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    Default Drill and Ell set up video "This One works "

    Ok Here it is! I had to ghetto record it from my cell phone screen to a digital camera video then upload

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    ThanX Rod !!!

    What's with the rubber ducky gloves ?


    lol !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AssTyme View Post
    ThanX Rod !!!

    What's with the rubber ducky gloves ?


    lol !!!
    I buy them at the dollar store two pair for a buck work much better than the regular latex gloves. They handle the drill and eel much better because when you use the spanner key to hook and un-hook cables the latex always rip. These don't.
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    Those are Dexter's mom gloves...dude i don't know what your saying but I bet it was instructions!!! Man u just confirmed that u guys are nuts...I now have proof...lol...I see bad things that could happen...thanks for posting it...now that I have seen it...what is the true application when you choose to use this rig vs the others?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcman View Post
    Those are Dexter's mom gloves...dude i don't know what your saying but I bet it was instructions!!! Man u just confirmed that u guys are nuts...I now have proof...lol...I see bad things that could happen...thanks for posting it...now that I have seen it...what is the true application when you choose to use this rig vs the others?
    Tight spots and raw Power it can clear what the K60 and drums can't. 17 years of running it I'm still waiting for something bad to happen
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    Thanks for taking the time to do that.

    Anything different to do when you got a c/o say, 3-4 ft off the floor on a vertical stack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colgar View Post
    Thanks for taking the time to do that.

    Anything different to do when you got a c/o say, 3-4 ft off the floor on a vertical stack?
    Not really if you have a clean out about waste height once you feed enough cable in by hand it will pull itself in. Higher cleanouts like those going to septic tanks in the foundation wall is cool just grab a few sections depending on distance and run strait in with cable and drill this is where the 4 foot sections come in very handy.
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    It looks harder than it really is. The Eel cable just feeds itself right down the drain. I'm glad I have the drill and eel set up in my arsenal.
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    I remember doing a sewer call that a plumber called me in on he could not clear. When I brought in my drill and eel he kind of laughed at it. He was not laughing when it cleared the sewer. I let him run it after I knew there were no surprises waiting in the sewer He was impressed by it.
    It really is easy to run just knowing how to run it in different situations and feeling the drill and cable torque up before it flips is the key.
    He was laughing at me but he was the one running a general easy rooter with 3/8 cable in a root line lol
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    Thanks for posting it dude. i can't wait to try this setup in the future,

    Maybe next time. You can show us a video with you running it in a root infested line.
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