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  • EXTERMINATOR
  • Rubber coupler connects car
  • exhaust pipe to garden hose
  • Fumes fill burrow
  • Rodents die in 5 to 7 minutes
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.4 x 9 x 9.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0000BYDPE
  • Item model number: UE-12
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,829 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

MANNING UNDERGROUND EXTERMINATOR Rubber coupler connects car exhaust pipe to garden hose Fumes fill burrow Rodents die in 5 to 7 minutes Boxed

Customer Reviews

The moles, voles, and gophers were tearing up the yard.
S Haack
The attachment to the exhaust is funnel shaped and takes the heat of the exhaust pipe well without melting or losing shape.
T. Harrod
Not that I have a heart; I want to kill them, but I am running out of options.
Bonnie McVeigh

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114 of 140 people found the following review helpful By The First Mimzy on June 30, 2013
I tried a bottle of pills to kill RODENTS.
I tried a straight razor, and even a noose, but the job wasn't finished, RODENTS didn't die. I thought about using a gun, but broke down in tears before I could blow RODENTS brains out. I'm at my wits end. I just don't know how else to end RODENTS life. I just don't want RODENTS to suffer, so I hooked this hose up to my exhaust. I want my family to know I love them, and I'm sorry, but I just can't stand the thought of RODENTS.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Stephen H. Roberts on March 15, 2010
For 10 years I tried everything except professional exterminator services. The Underground Exterminator (UEX) really does the job. The concept is that PRESSURIZED carbon monoxide gas fills the tunnel space so quickly and completely that it is very effective. The inventor came up with a simple idea to make an airtight rubber adapter to fit a garden hose to a car tail pipe. Around $15. Very simple and so simple it's easy to think you can just do it yourself.

I thought I could just use four old garden hoses wrapped with a rag to make a pretty good seal by filling up the exhaust pipe with the bundle. The four hoses looked impressive, but the pressure was very weak compared to the UEX. I may have killed a few, but we have a lot of yard and a lot of moles and 2 varieties that have different tunnel arrangements.

After two days of messing around, located my UEX hose adapter in the garage. I took all four hoses and made one long one to reach my entire yard while I left my car in the driveway and just moved the end of the hose. I did two areas last night that are totally cleared and I'm finishing up today.

I got my UEX three years ago and it completely cleared my yard in two hours. They came back and I had to redo it after 9 months. Then I just stopped doing it. Got complacent. They came back in hordes. The old tunnels are highways in our 100 year old neighborhood. It is just a little work to keep them under complete control. So from now on, I'm going to redo it every 9 months or maybe once a year.

CAUTION: Keep in mind you are shooting pressurized, poison gas into the ground. It is possible you could fill up your own basement or your neighbor's basements.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Norman W. Smith on July 10, 2011
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It worked as promised on my mole issue. I have soft ground in my flower beds due to thick mulch and was unable to use traps successfully. This worked great. However, the inside diameter of the device is 3 inches so your tailpipe cannot be more than 3 inches outside diameter. It can be smaller, but no larger. I could not use it with my pickup but it worked on my minivan. The directions for use were clear and concise.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By T. Harrod on September 29, 2012
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We have had a growing pocket gopher problem for the last 2 years on our 5 acre property. Poison baits were ineffective in keeping up with the rapid increase in the population. After purchasing the Underground Exterminator, I am finally turning the tide and depleting the population of gophers. I attached the hose to a small Toyota pickup and used a 3/4 inch garden hose to increase the volume of gasses into the hole. The gas is very effective in about a 20 yard radius. I am not sure if it is effective out to the 275' claimed by the product information, but it could be. Since all the evidence is underground, it is hard to tell.
I found I was more effective after experimenting with techniques of hose placement. After locating a gopher run underground, I dug a small opening and cleared the dirt in as many directions as I could find tunnels. I then used an 18 inch section of an old hose and inserted it into the run to be sure the tunnels were clear at least that far. Once I identified the tunnel pointing to the most activity, I inserted the hose in that direction and covered the opening around the hose with a small bucket or rag. I ran the engine at idle for 20-30 minutes. I then either reversed the direction of the hose or moved to the next location. Follow up is critical to be sure you get the survivors. Sometimes I treated in the same area 2-4 times before eliminating the activity in that location.
The attachment to the exhaust is funnel shaped and takes the heat of the exhaust pipe well without melting or losing shape.
While I doubt I will eliminate the problem, I believe the product is the most effective method for controlling large areas that are heavily infested. At least now I feel I can manage the problem.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By tonabj on January 5, 2011
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So far this exterminator has worked wonders for some VERY STUBBORN gophers that I had bombed, gassed, poisoned and trapped all to to no avail. This has worked for a month so far and I have high hopes. Thanks so much for this product.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Michael Coyle on August 4, 2012
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First, I'm a homeowner that moved into a bank owned property that was vacant for 2 years. Every gopher in the neighborhood has made my yard their home.

First, I tried poison bait. No luck, or at least no visible luck. Holes continued to show up at a rate of about half a dozen a day (.7 acre yard). Then came gopher gassers. No luck there either. Then, this product.

So, the "operation" consisted of a 12' hose (thinking the shorter the better) and a 1986 Suzuki Samurai with emissions that should be able to knock out a gopher. But, alas, no luck. I would drive the Samurai all over the yard, locate the tunnel, shove the hose in, sometimes up to 6' down both directions. In one instance the gopher was back in just a couple hours throwing dirt out. I even tried to plink it with a BB rifle, but missed. In my opinion, this only aggravated the situation. More holes.

On a related note, the device took considerable effort to obtain a reasonable seal on the exhaust pipe. The Samurai has a "small" exhaust, and is curved at the last 1-2". As much as I could clamp down, it seemed I could only achieve about a 75% seal on the pipe. I believe it would work better on the wider (3"?) exhaust.

I have tried the "plunger" type traps too. No luck there.

The only thing that I've had any success with is the "inside the tunnel" traps. Kind of "old school" traps, but darned it that was the last thing I tried... I landed one of them today.

Good hunting... whatever your choice!
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