[AT] Clearing a pipe
mogrits at gmail.com
Wed Apr 7 19:28:08 PDT 2021
So, what was the problem? I'm curious.
On Sat, Apr 3, 2021 at 11:21 PM Mike M <meulenms at gmx.com> wrote:
> Found the problem, ripped the whole pipe out with my FEL , and now its
> flowing like mad.
> On 3/1/2021 5:37 PM, Jim Becker wrote:
> > You could try putting a 10 or 12 foot pipe or solid tubing on the end
> > of a garden hose. Cram it in from the downhill end and work it
> > around. It might help to put an elbow on the working end, pointing up.
> > Jim Becker
> > -----Original Message----- From: Mike M
> > Sent: Monday, March 01, 2021 1:57 PM
> > To: Antique tractor email discussion group
> > Subject: [AT] Clearing a pipe
> > I know a lot of you guys are good at coming up with solutions to
> > problems, so here's mine. My field is drained through a private drain
> > about 12" in diameter 12' in length, it's corrugated PVC, not smooth on
> > the inside. Well, Mr Muskrat decided to build a home in that pipe and I
> > cannot get far enough into it to clear it all out, got some, but I can
> > feel there's more grass in there; plus I just had a heart ablation so
> > what used to seem like a minor job causes pain and shortness of breath.
> > I need to scrape that pipe clean and then block him from getting into
> > it, probably by pounding rebar into the ground about 2" apart. Any
> > ideas would be appreciated.
> > Thanks,
> > Mike M
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