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  1. I agree. If it was waste pipe for effluent I would recommend staying with 3" because new toilets flush less water these days, and 3 works better. For storm drainage the bigger the better. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  2. Drew Pearson was awesome lol... Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  3. No. And I've never seen one. Are they like M44 style on a 91/30? What armory did they come out of? Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  4. 2" pipe or smaller is 1/4" per foot, 3" or larger 1/8" per foot. Those values are to convey solid waste, for storm drain conductors it shouldn't matter if you go beyond 1/8" on 3" or larger, because there shouldn't be any solids. Maybe the occasional leaf that makes it down there is about it. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  5. Tapatalk working for me. No issues, just had to login when prompted. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  6. If it's an easy dig (not too deep or too long) I would probably just dig it up. We usually recommend the other method if it's below a slab, driveway, roadway, expensive patio, a tree above the line that the customer wants to save, or the property has some really treacherous terrain that makes a machine dig dangerous. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  7. If your septic system works like it's supposed to, it shouldn't hurt anything. A water jetting machine isn't something to play with if you don't have proper training. You can do damage to your drains, or seriously hurt someone. It's usually mounted to a trailer with a big engine, hose reels, and tank. Not sure if anyone rents them. But they blow snakes away. Works so much better. Yeah clay pipe can be jetted, but digging it up and switching to pvc is probably a better idea. The other option would be pipe bursting with a re sleeve. That's trenchless. The machine goes through the pipe bursting it, and drags in a sleeve behind it, that gets a resin/harder injected into it in place of where the old pipe used to be. Then air is blow in to make the sleeve inflate. Once it hardens it's basically a pvc pipe in place of where the old main was. No shovels, no trench bracing, no backhoe destroying the yard. It's pretty cool actually. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  8. Wasn't there at one time another jersey legal AR pistol with a buffer tube? Carbon 15? That you could now put a sig brace on, correct? Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  9. According to the code your softner brine discharge or nutralizer back wash is supposed to drain into a standpipe, or trapped fixture into your private sewage disposal system or city sewer. You're not supposed to discharge it outside (it's a dangerous backflow possibly) . Unless you run it into a sump pit first with an air gap, then the sump pump discharges outside to a splash block or a storm drainage system. Best way to clean out your storm drain conductors is to call in someone with a water jetter. They'll blast them clean in a few minutes with a jetter. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  10. Took mine in 94 at county College of Morris. You can just go take the test get your permit, then go to Motorcycletest.com they'll bring a scooter to your test location. And let you practice across the street from the DMV for about an hour before your test. They charge about $100. Then you can take the rider safety course at a later point. Which I recommend. I can tell out of the guys I've ridden with over the years who's taken it and who hasn't. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  11. I actually bought an M38 from Tom at Oakridge too. I have about a dozen M44's all with fold out bayonets. And I think I'm somewhere around 60 91/30's. I was buying crates for a while back in the day. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  12. I picked up a really nice M39 from Tom. Everything I've gotten from his store has been nice. Now I just need to find a Bayonet for it. I see them on Ebay going for around $450. Some dude in Finland keeps listing them. There's another from Illinois but the lock button is broke. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  13. Master Plummer Master HVACR contractor Business owner.
  14. Well this may be positive, if this case moves forward past the circuit court eventually.
  15. It means Raritan Twp is going to be issuing permits to Bow hunt deer on township owned property, to properly licensed archery hunters. And if you wish to receive a permit, to apply on the 24th.