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Old 07-03-2013, 01:47 AM   #1
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I live by Joliet, IL. Does anyone know where I can find done ball lock kegs?

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Old 07-03-2013, 01:50 AM   #2
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This guy is in Elgin. Always has a ton.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Corny-Keg-Depot/434769806587758?fref=ts

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Old 07-03-2013, 01:58 AM   #3
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Thanks, I say his posting on Craigslist. Do you have any experience in dealing with this business? They have a lot of positive reviews, I was just curious and anxious to get my keezer built.

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didnt even know this was around and live five min from me

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Fred McEver has great condition ball locks for $40 + shipping, pin locks are $29. I just bought a pallet of them for a group buy. Shipping is from Florida so it may not be worth it to buy just a couple.

http://www.mceverdistrib.com/

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I've gotten some kegs from Scot (face book guy) he is a good guy. He rebuilds the kegs and cleans them so that is an added savings. Just because he dose so many I'd check the keg to makes sure everything is there.

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Just picked some up, thanks for the info. Ill most likely e going back for more.

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Fred McEver has great condition ball locks for $40 + shipping, pin locks are $29. I just bought a pallet of them for a group buy. Shipping is from Florida so it may not be worth it to buy just a couple.

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That's where I got mine. I got my ball locks for about $28/each last year. Used ball locks seem to be drying up. Wished I had bought more when I got mine.
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Fred McEver has great condition ball locks for $40 + shipping, pin locks are $29. I just bought a pallet of them for a group buy. Shipping is from Florida so it may not be worth it to buy just a couple.

http://www.mceverdistrib.com/
I have called, emailed and tried bidding on ebay with no response from McEver. Anyone have an idea why they are unresponsive? I am getting ready to purchase elsewhere for more money due to their lack of response.
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