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 Post subject: Clogchopper is in!
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1" and 1-1/2" for 5/8 sectional from AJ Coleman. Kirk said these were the last ones he had but will be getting more. It's not an optical illusion, they are undersized. Will post review later.


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I'm looking forward to hearing how they work.

What are they intended for?

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They custom make them?

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johnlewismcleod wrote:
I'm looking forward to hearing how they work.

What are they intended for?

Supposedly for anything but supposed to really shine on scale, urine and grease....supposedly, we'll see. What I like when looking at it is the weight and rounded shape....gotta feeling it drop down the santee easier then a 4 bladed cutter.

Will....it's not custom made, just need to specify the cable connection.

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 Post subject: Re: Clogchopper is in!
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gear junkie wrote:
johnlewismcleod wrote:
I'm looking forward to hearing how they work.

What are they intended for?

Supposedly for anything but supposed to really shine on scale, urine and grease....supposedly, we'll see. What I like when looking at it is the weight and rounded shape....gotta feeling it drop down the santee easier then a 4 bladed cutter.

Will....it's not custom made, just need to specify the cable connection.



I didn't realize they made them for Ridgid style cables. Let me know if you like them, they do seem like they would make turns better.

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I got one I use on my spartin machine and it rocks!!! Love it and cleans much better than just a arrow head. I want to get one for my rigid machine. I also saw a head like that and it was hallow.. Not sure how that would work.


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What size did you get? What have you been using it on?

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Imgotmthe smaller on and been using it on rigid cables. It works great on urnal lines and floor sinks. The floor sink had a broken piece of glass in it and it broke it up. I used mine on a grease line but I couldn't tell if it did a better job or not. It would be very cool if they could make one for a jetter that spins.


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Been thinking the same thing. All of mine are hollow. Was going to cut off the ridgid end, tap a mnpt hole and drill some holes between the blades. Instant cutter nozzle.

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What is the cost on those for 5/8" and 7/8" Ridgid cables?

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Will wrote:
What is the cost on those for 5/8" and 7/8" Ridgid cables?


http://www.draincables.com/5_8_Sectional_Drain_Cleaning_Cables_s/149.htm

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johnlewismcleod wrote:
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What is the cost on those for 5/8" and 7/8" Ridgid cables?


http://www.draincables.com/5_8_Sectional_Drain_Cleaning_Cables_s/149.htm


I was meaning the Clogchopper price for 5/8" and 7/8"

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Will wrote:
johnlewismcleod wrote:
Will wrote:
What is the cost on those for 5/8" and 7/8" Ridgid cables?


http://www.draincables.com/5_8_Sectional_Drain_Cleaning_Cables_s/149.htm


I was meaning the Clogchopper price for 5/8" and 7/8"


LOL! Just re-read it...not sure how I misunderstood now :? :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Clogchopper is in!
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So these work great for grease. The grooves seems to stay clear when run water. Am able to get through bends that my 4 bladed cutter got stalled on. But roots....nada....doesn't do a thing.

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gear junkie wrote:
Been thinking the same thing. All of mine are hollow. Was going to cut off the ridgid end, tap a mnpt hole and drill some holes between the blades. Instant cutter nozzle.


If hollow is a problem, send it to me and I will drill a hole in it and fill it with lead for ya.


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