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Old 02-08-2017, 12:21 AM   #11
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Yup....loving that 5' cable for inside work!
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A 5' cable inside is definitely an advantage over the 15' lengths. I always hated dragging a K-60 with a bail of cable inside a home or building. Even with the sleeve to put the cable inside, it still was not my 1st choice. So a 5' cable would be much easier to handle. The operator only has to feed 5' at a time.

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This cable is even better then I thought!
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This cable is even better then I thought!
Nice, I use this,less ground wire for my cable covers.I cut a couple feet longer and it fits in the original Ridgid connector.
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Yup.....this cable is by far the best sectional cable I've ever used by far!!!!!!
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I love that K60. Good mid option over the K50 & K1500. Especially with the 5' cable.

Best machine on the market for me. Even though I no longer do drains unless they are mine.
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