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Old 08-02-2016, 01:40 PM   #1
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In 10 years of working with mainly cast iron, I've never once seen what I saw today.


And let me tell you, it was beautiful.
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A new set haha
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A new set haha
Didn't know they exsisted!
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those snap cutters work great, just dont have anyone stand next to you as the cut piece goes flying by...
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those snap cutters work great, just dont have anyone stand next to you as the cut piece goes flying by...
Especially 25 floors in the air.
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In 10 years of working with mainly cast iron, I've never once seen what I saw today.


And let me tell you, it was beautiful.
Beautiful, gorgeous!
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I always figured it takes about 20 years to break those in... Ha

Recently another plumber I work with snapped a 2' piece of 4" for a wc riser. It hit the edge of the track, flipped up and over into the hole he just cored. It went down into a parking area and went right through the windshield of a new Mercedes Benz. Scratched and dented the hood and the inside of the car.
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I always figured it takes about 20 years to break those in... Ha

Recently another plumber I work with snapped a 2' piece of 4" for a wc riser. It hit the edge of the track, flipped up and over into the hole he just cored. It went down into a parking area and went right through the windshield of a new Mercedes Benz. Scratched and dented the hood and the inside of the car.

Good shot!
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I have one we probably haven't used in ten years.
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I have one we probably haven't used in ten years.
Give it to me.
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