So today a customer calls me to come out to his property because he has a leak in his city water line coming into his house. He is unsure of where the leak is but it seems to be in an isolated area close to the foundation. Now I do not install water lines and I made that clear to the customer he said he understands and was going to have a plumbing contractor install the water line from the curb valve in. I told him that this was overkill and he should just find the leak and repair it but he insists on replacing the whole line which is a 75' run. So here is my plan. Cbyd and the water company came out and located the line they ran the tests on the water run off which was the sign that he had a leak and confirmed that there was chlorine in the sample. Is there any advice when digging out these lines, anything to be extra careful of other than hooking the line and pulling it. Any tips and tricks anyone has picked up? I'm using my bobcat 335 I have a tooth bucket and cemetary bucket.