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Old 05-04-2019, 09:58 AM   #1
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Default Anyone run larger cameras at your shop?

I am looking for opinions on cameras that will do 4-18" lines. At least 4 would be nice, not sure if any bigger camera systems will fit. If so, truck or trailer setup?
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I am looking for opinions on cameras that will do 4-18" lines. At least 4 would be nice, not sure if any bigger camera systems will fit. If so, truck or trailer setup?
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We have the ridgid cs6 seesnake with the 100' reel in the frame with the monitor on top. It will do 4" and with water 6". On rough 4" lines I often have to run water or settle for like 70' max.


I wish my bosses would get me the next size camera reel. I don't really need longer than 100' it would just be nice to have a stiffer cable.


If you do mostly residential than I think the cs6 with the next size reel as well would be the best combo. The cs6 is easy to lug around and up a ladder. It fits in pretty much any crawl space I can.








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