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    Has anyone here bought/tried cables from Mytana?

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    I tryed the 11/16 blue 125' cable. The cable felt OK the slip joint were not welded like DCD I welded them my self. And they lasted as long as my other cables. Even thou they cost a little less than DCD they lasted just as long as the cables I have gotten from Duracable or DCD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRAINSMITH View Post
    I tryed the 11/16 blue 125' cable. The cable felt OK the slip joint were not welded like DCD I welded them my self. And they lasted as long as my other cables. Even thou they cost a little less than DCD they lasted just as long as the cables I have gotten from Duracable or DCD.

    What type of machine were you using the blue in? I want to use it in a K-7500 but the catalog states that the blue is for sled types and the red is for uprights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYC drain guy View Post
    What type of machine were you using the blue in? I want to use it in a K-7500 but the catalog states that the blue is for sled types and the red is for uprights.
    I used them in my dm-55
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    Subject SEWER CABLE

    Subject: To Introduce You to TROJAN WORLDWIDE Inc,,

    We manufacture Cables for ALL brands of machines
    Large inventory includes: ALL sizes and lengths.
    ALL Cables are always in stock.
    Custom sizes and lengths available, by request.
    Technical Support, available 7 days/week.

    Jerry Mac Hodge
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    JERRYMAC 35 YEAR MASTER PLUMBER AND DRAINMAN
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    Sorry Jerry but not a fan of Trojan. Very poor customer service and really bad attitudes. I was a foreman of a large drain company a few years back and we purchased about 6 or so Trojan machines. We had problems with every one of them. The repair guys were out right rude and never were able to solve any of my problems. They lost me as a customer forever.
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    I live here in MN near MyTana and I only use there cables so I can't say they are better or worse than anything, but they work great for me.

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    I only use Spatan these days.

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    Hey Ben,
    I am Steve's Professional Sewer & Drain Service in New Brighton. I too use Mytana cables. I use the blue 7/8" cable for mains and 3/8" for branch lines, and their 5/16" bath tub cable with the egg whip end. You can check out my website at www.steveseweranddrain.com. You can contact me if you want at 651-338-6254.

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    Hi Steve. I didn't know MyTana made a 7/8?

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