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Old 10-18-2013, 08:55 PM   #1
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Hello, I recently purchased a used k-1500 drain machine and was wondering if searching for used C-11 cables was ok or should I bite the bullet and get them new?
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I would buy used if local and I could see that they where in great condition but it could be a long long wait. They are not that bad new from draincables.com
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Kinked cables are a serious hazard. Buy new if you can.
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You will better results from the c-14 cable.
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Just purchased my first C-14 cable (Brand New) from draincables.com for $92 including ship. Now I have 9 more to go. Thanks for the advice guys!!!!!!
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