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Old 10-18-2012, 08:08 PM   #1
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Default For Sale - "Homebrew" Gas Manifold $40 - 6 ball lock posts

For sale, gas/liquid manifold. $40. Whatever you want to do with it. I have another post for ideas/determination of what this would be used for.

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The manifold has a barbed end, 6 ball lock posts (1 gas, 5 liquid is what it looks to have installed). All posts can be unscrewed, it is the other side of the ball lock that is welded to the manifold.

It is in decent shape, but has been in a box in a garage for a year or so. Could use some good soaking and polishing.



I got this in a craigslist deal and selling because I need funds for a new 7 faucet drip tray.

Local pickup in Dallas free of course, shipping extra, but probably not much. I can parse shipping prices from FedEx, UPS, USPS.

Let me know if you have any questions, I will post more for sale later today, including the stainless coil in the pic.

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Old 10-18-2012, 09:35 PM   #2
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Post those pics son!!!

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Old 10-18-2012, 09:58 PM   #3
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I saw guy use this to run PBW through 6 lines...pretty in-genius

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For whatever reason I guess my method of posting pics only shows up in a web browser, not the iOS app... Here's one posted from my camera roll on my iPhone, at least the iOS app supports uploading photos-

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Are these gas or liquid posts?

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Are these gas or liquid posts?
Look in the OP.
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Look in the OP.
Doesn't answer the question. I now realize my question wasn't exactly worded that well. You can use gas posts for liquid and liquid posts for gas so saying gas/liquid pretty much means nothing.
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1 gas and 5 liquid posts. They all can be unscrewed.

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Doesn't answer the question. I now realize my question wasn't exactly worded that well. You can use gas posts for liquid and liquid posts for gas so saying gas/liquid pretty much means nothing.
I know what you mean. I usually remember by gray for gas and black for beer... So 1 gray and 5 black.
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FREE SHIPPING going forward for interested buyers - $40 shipped with tracking

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