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Old 04-13-2012, 07:41 PM   #51
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Finally ordered my o-rings yesterday at around 4:30, got them around 2:30 today. That is fast shipping! thanks for compiling this list gremlyn



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Old 05-20-2012, 02:27 AM   #52
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McMaster is awesome in terms of shipping, but they are pretty pricey. I just ordered everything except the -417 (the lid o-ring) from O-ring warehouse for much cheaper. I still have to get the -417 from Mcmaster, but it's always good to save a little.



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Old 05-20-2012, 06:37 AM   #53
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McMaster is awesome in terms of shipping, but they are pretty pricey. I just ordered everything except the -417 (the lid o-ring) from O-ring warehouse for much cheaper. I still have to get the -417 from Mcmaster, but it's always good to save a little.
those the silicone O-rings, or the buna ones? I always opt for the (more expensive) silicone ones. Don't mind saving a few bucks though.
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Old 05-25-2012, 03:38 PM   #54
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They were the silicone ones. $0.03 apiece for all except the post o-rings (-111), which were $0.05. They have a minimum of $5 per item, so I ended up with quite a few (167) of each, but still cheaper than McMaster for more of them. They also have a pretty slick order interface. My apologies too; I totally sound like I work for their marketing department.

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No need to apologize for letting everyone know about a bargain! I'm certainly going to add them to my list of resources! Next series of days off, I'll see if I can compile a similar list to the one from McMaster for their O-rings. Makes life easier. Right now, except for the lid rings, I have enough to last (of both silicone and buna) for a pretty long time.

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Cool. Great post!

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They were the silicone ones. $0.03 apiece for all except the post o-rings (-111), which were $0.05. They have a minimum of $5 per item, so I ended up with quite a few (167) of each, but still cheaper than McMaster for more of them. They also have a pretty slick order interface. My apologies too; I totally sound like I work for their marketing department.
Too bad they don't have the silicone lid o-rings. Those are the expensive ones at $2.22 per o-ring. On that topic, the OP might want to update the current pricing on the various products. The silicone lid o-rings show $7.88 for a 5-pack, when they are currently at $11.09.
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Has anyone ever used these for the lid? They are only 3/16s cross section, but they are quad seals. Maybe they will be better for a leaky keg.
http://www.mcmaster.com/#90025K551

or these yellow ones? I read they may be softer and larger.

http://www.rcbequip.com/item5101.ctlg
I'd be interested to hear about those quad seal o-rings for the lid as well. If they fit like the quad seal post o-rings, that would be great. Those post o-rings are exceptional at sealing. They seal even with a basic hand tightening.
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theres been a bunch of chatter lately of leaky kegging systems due to post o rings sized wrong for pin locks. i went through this earlier this winter, and ordered the rings up listed in this post, but they just arent big enough. so if anyone has pin lock kegs and are having problems with gas leaks, or worse yet, liquid, this is the size that worked for me:

3/32 thick
1/2 id
11/16 od


if you wiggle your post and you hear gas leaking, you need bigger o rings. hope this helps.

oh and if anyone is looking for ball lock o rings, i have a whole bag of them sitting here, will trade for hops, etc.

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... 3/32 thick
1/2 id
11/16 od

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Those specs match the #112 o-rings found here: #112 Silicone - 9396K25

I haven't tried them but plan to.

The #111's are the ones listed in the master post of this thread.


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