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water guy

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Anyone make there own Sewer Jetter. I made one from an old 3500psi pressure washer using 3/8 250ft jettter hose with standard jetter nozzle works pretty good on our 6inch Sewer line.Trying to find some different nozzles anyone have any recommendations
 

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In an emergency I made a jetter nozzle by drilling holes in a brass cap and screwing it onto the end of an old bay hose and using the bay pressure to clean the line. Worked fine and cost nothing.
 

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Has anyone found a rotating style of the jetter nozzle that stayed intact even after a few uses??? I had high hopes for the rotating style but was disappointed when they did not last. I am pretty sure the rotating nozzles are more effective than the fixed style of nozzles ... if we can find one that is durable enough.
 

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From my research with the sewer jetter the more you spend on the nozzle the better the quality. Going to go look at some nozzles tomorrow at a manufacturer tomorrow.
In an emergency I made a jetter nozzle by drilling holes in a brass cap and screwing it onto the end of an old bay hose and using the bay pressure to clean the line. Worked fine and cost nothing.
I'm running about 125 ft.
 

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I bought a "Clog Hog" jetter some time ago. Basically a fitting on the end of a long hose, with three holes spraying backward and one forward. It has cleaned all the lines I have used it on. I hook it to my pressure washer.
 
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