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Anybody know what these are called or where I can get one?

Its these black tubes and I was wondering if they had any type of name or term for them. Also if I would be able to get one and where I could.

Here are some examples of what I'm talking about.



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Corrugated pipe. Not your typical Lowes/Home Depot stuff but you could ask. Mostly industrial and civil use and not home repair/renovation.

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corrugated pe culvert pipe. fairly expensive. like $200-$600 expensive
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Side of the road late at night with a heavy duty full size truck and a good cable for pulling them out.

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Side of the road late at night with a heavy duty full size truck and a good cable for pulling them out.
And wear gloves and clothes you want to throw away...from the wet shits and tampons of a thousand people.

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dammit, seeing thoes videos makes my stomach flip anticipating the snow to start falling

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You're not pulling a buried corrugated pipe out of the ground....

The ones they're using are plastic, the moment you tug on it with a chain or cable is the moment it shreds.

And a metal one, no way in hell you can pick them up without a small army of people or heavy equipment. And the chances of pulling one out of the ground is slim to none also. You have to remove the soil over the top of them, that's the only way to do it and not completely damage it.

I've been in the construction industry for over 10 years, I've installed tons of them.

Do a bit of looking around at pipe supply companies and you'll find a nice plastic one. I don't have a clue how pricy they are as I didn't deal with the money, only the heavy equipment and installation.

And for gods sake, if you do try and jerk one out with a truck, put a weight on the middle of your chain so it drops to the ground when you snap it, instead of bashing out your window when it breaks.

Don't be a fool, just buy one.

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You're not pulling a buried corrugated pipe out of the ground....

The ones they're using are plastic, the moment you tug on it with a chain or cable is the moment it shreds.

And a metal one, no way in hell you can pick them up without a small army of people or heavy equipment. And the chances of pulling one out of the ground is slim to none also. You have to remove the soil over the top of them, that's the only way to do it and not completely damage it.

I've been in the construction industry for over 10 years, I've installed tons of them.

Do a bit of looking around at pipe supply companies and you'll find a nice plastic one. I don't have a clue how pricy they are as I didn't deal with the money, only the heavy equipment and installation.

And for gods sake, if you do try and jerk one out with a truck, put a weight on the middle of your chain so it drops to the ground when you snap it, instead of bashing out your window when it breaks.

Don't be a fool, just buy one.
This just makes me laugh 'cause it's true...
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fuck milo, just take one from the side of the road

take pictures

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You're not pulling a buried corrugated pipe out of the ground....

The ones they're using are plastic, the moment you tug on it with a chain or cable is the moment it shreds.

And a metal one, no way in hell you can pick them up without a small army of people or heavy equipment. And the chances of pulling one out of the ground is slim to none also. You have to remove the soil over the top of them, that's the only way to do it and not completely damage it.

I've been in the construction industry for over 10 years, I've installed tons of them.

Do a bit of looking around at pipe supply companies and you'll find a nice plastic one. I don't have a clue how pricy they are as I didn't deal with the money, only the heavy equipment and installation.

And for gods sake, if you do try and jerk one out with a truck, put a weight on the middle of your chain so it drops to the ground when you snap it, instead of bashing out your window when it breaks.

Don't be a fool, just buy one.
Dammit man I was encouraging stupid people here why do you have to ruin my fun!

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