Snake Recommendation for DIYers

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sawsaw

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I believe there is a plethora of wimpy, ineffective snakes in the hands of us DIYers. Therefore, I am inviting you pros to take a minute to post your choice. Thank you

Brand:
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Apparatus at end of snake:

Any other comments are welcomed. Thanks, again.
 

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Depend on the drain your snaking and your capabilities
we're I work we use.
General,pistol drill style on a cradle 50' × 1/4".for 1 1/2 drains.
2-4" rigid 3800 3/8"×75' with interchangeable heads.
4" and up spartan solid drum not sure of the model,cable is 5/8"or a bit bigger 100' long with interchangeable heads.
1 gas powered water jet for big drains
1 electric jet for big drains.
1 electric jet for drains 3" and under
 

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Depend on the drain your snaking and your capabilities
we're I work we use.
General,pistol drill style on a cradle 50' × 1/4".for 1 1/2 drains.
2-4" rigid 3800 3/8"×75' with interchangeable heads.
4" and up spartan solid drum not sure of the model,cable is 5/8"or a bit bigger 100' long with interchangeable heads.
1 gas powered water jet for big drains
1 electric jet for big drains.
1 electric jet for drains 3" and under
 

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I like duracable. I have a coworker who ordered them and now this is my preference.
 

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