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Published on Aug 7, 2007

leech lines and septic tank . If you listen you can hear my neighbor's basset hound . she is a cool dog !

Comments • 9

ww321
@TheMancanich1 Yep ! that's what they are ! 
sinusguy
Yeah, in NJ & CA, you get ripped off on everything I guess.
hi
why do you have 2 d-boxes ...and why dont they have a step-down from the first to the second line opposed to 2 seperate lines?
lhtbuilder
4100 bucks, what kinda profit is the contractor going to make?
MAZDAKPRODUCTION
WOW 4100 for all that??????? where, when and who is doing it? I need one in CA... HOOK ME UP PLEASE
ww321
everything seems ok . I don't think I'll have any problems thank you ! J.W.
Rspringscabin
nice nice hows about an update? No probs? 4100 is a great deal btw.. thx for sharing ;)
ww321
I don't think that tree roots are a problem with this system because of the size . The line 2ft. wide 1 1/2ft. tall and 75ft long .These domes are open on the bottom. Regular leach lines are 4in. in diameter and plug easily. .....J.W.
robologist
Pretty interesting, I'd wondered about putting in a septic system. A co-worker had talked some about this stuff, but I could not quite picture it. My Grandparents farm had a septic tank with a long drain, but not the leech lines. Cool kind-of "this is a way to do it" video, thanks JW
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