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Thread: Who is using the Ridgid micro sea snake ?

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    General Contractor Carpenter toolaholic's Avatar
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    Default Who is using the Ridgid micro sea snake ?

    Thinking of buying one. Do You like it,and how have You used it? Terry ,I'm not trying to plug this. If any problem , please remove .Thanks' Tool

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    I don't do much snaking.
    Maybe someone else has a comment on it.

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    Looks nice. I never had any problems with the larger video tools. We have the larger drain camera 3"-4" drains, and also the smaller for 2"-4" drains. They work real well. The smaller camera is hard to push down 4" drains if there is any problems in the line like a separation.

    Hope that info helps you. With a shop of 7 techs they get alot of abuse and takes it like a champ.
    I'm just starting to work with an old friend of mine to bring solar electric and hot water systems, wind turbines, Flex Fuel Boilers, batteries, hydroponic gardening, books, pellet grills and more. Also the parts for DIY installation.

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    The micro isn't used for looking in drains, it's used for looking into walls or ceilings.

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