The Business End

The performance of a $300,000 combination truck actually depends on the choice of the much less expensive piece of metal at the end of the hose
The Business End

Contractor Duane Johnson recalls accompanying a city crew that was proud of its brand-new combination truck. They were trying without success to clean grout from a line. Johnson suggested switching to a high-speed rotating nozzle.

Upon deploying the nozzle, the operator looked at...

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