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Old 10-25-2009, 10:18 PM   #1
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Default For Sale - sanke couplers, 2.5# co2 tanks, regulators, drip trays, towers

Update: What I have left is:
1 Flush Mount Stainless Drip tray, with drain, 16"x6.75"
3 US Sankey couplers, Banner brand
2 4" shanks, barbed
5 Standard Chrome Faucets
1 steel co2 tank, 2.5#, out of hydro test date and a ruptured safety disc. This can be re-hydro'd for $14 at my local fire saftey shop. The burst disc is a few more bucks, and I'm looking into this getting replaced.
1 2.5" tower with no lid, you can have the shank on it but it's a flat shank.
Also I have a few tap handles I'd let go of:
Paulaner Munich
Konig Ludwig Weiss
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Thank you Brewin_CRAZY, DerekM, doggage, and samuelpeter.
Things still on my want list:
carb cap, montrachet wine yeast, flask, grain, hops, light DME, FB for 10g round cooler, pump, parts for an electric rig. I'm open to partial cash, straight swap, entertain me. Maybe you have some useful brewing tool or gadget? I use a 3 tier gravity propane fired rig.

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3 "Banner" American sanke couplers. Nothing fancy, the bodies are some kind of cast metal but the probes are either stainless or nickel plated and in good shape.

1 steel co2 tank, 2.5#, out of hydro test date and a ruptured safety disc. These can be re-hydro'd for $14 at my local fire saftey shop, and filled for a few bucks more, but I already have larger capacity bottles and it's not worth it to me to use these.

1 2.5" tower, single top, no lid, stainless or chromed brass, non magnetic.

1 Beverage Air flush mount stainless drip tray, salvaged from my last beast but I decided against using them in my new machine. These would be nice in a DIY kegging setup. They're dirty right now but I'll clean them up before they go out.

6 standard chrome beer faucets and a couple of 4" shanks.

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Old 10-26-2009, 10:44 AM   #2
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I would like one of the sanke couplers. I recently got to brew at a large brewery and they sent me home with a bunch of free hops. I will trade you 1.5 pounds for a coupler. These are fresh out of hop union vac bags when I got them and have been in the freezer since. Pick between us saaz (really tasty), northern brewer, and fuggles. I can do any combination of the three. Derek

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Old 10-26-2009, 12:59 PM   #3
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derekm,
Now that's what I'm talking about, some trading... I would like some saaz and fuggles, I will PM more info.

The aluminum tank is going to stay here, the 2 steel ones can be had for $20 each or barter is smarter. The drip trays are 16"x6.75" and note that they are designed to be installed into rather than on a surface, and have drains.

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Old 10-27-2009, 02:07 PM   #4
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The black co2 tank is spoken for. The Norgren regulator has a date at a repair shop.

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Old 10-30-2009, 01:55 PM   #5
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One sankey coupler and the black co2 tank and Norgren reg are gone.

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Old 10-30-2009, 02:04 PM   #6
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A rebuild kit for the NADS regulator is easy to install, and they're not that costly. Before shipping, the kit is about $7. Google them and their website will direct you to a local parts distributor.

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Any drip trays still available? How much are you asking for them? I'm interested.

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Any Co2 tanks left?

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The white tank is available, it needs a burst disc (cheap) and the hydro test renewed (reasonable) $20 plus shipping (probably $12, it's heavy) and the trays are available for $25 each plus shipping.

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im interested in a couple of the chrome beer faucets with 4" shanks how much..?

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