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Alamo_Beer 01-22-2012 11:12 PM

Sanyo kegger w/6 cornys in Austin, Tx
 
Homebrewing Sanyo keggerator w/6 corny kegs

It's listed on CL too. Lemme know if you have any questions.


Email is best: abond131@gmail.com

Alamo_Beer 01-23-2012 02:47 AM

It's only 6 cornys...hope I made that clear-ish in my CL listing.

watersr 01-23-2012 03:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by amc22

It comes with 6 corny kegs. Also, why threadcrap?

I have noticed a trend to really get on people about their classified ads and be a bit snotty. But in this case it is clear the OP is asking a rediculous price so it's safe to expect some snarky replies. To be constructive, kegerators go for about $200 - $250 all day and occasionally can be found as low as $150 on CL. Cornies are running about $35-40 so a fair price would be closer to $500 on a good day. Obviously if someone doesn't like the price they can just move on, but it also wouldn't hurt to do a little research on current prices before making a fool of one's self.

EdWort 01-23-2012 03:28 AM

If you look close at what is included, I can see where he has over $800 in it. Old beat up fridges with 1 cheap faucet go for $250 all day, but twin perlicks on a tower with 6 kegs?

Here's my conservative numbers.

Fridge $200
Tower $100
2 Perlicks $80
Handles $10
6 cornies $200
Regulator $ 40
5# tank $80
Drip tray $40

At $500 this would be a steal.

Alamo_Beer 01-23-2012 03:32 AM

Thanks Ed. I'll take a reasonable offer too if anyones got one. I'll uptdate the CL ad to OBO.

Naturallight16oz 01-23-2012 04:21 AM

what is wrong with criticism? that is what keeps the prices fair.
My post was deleted, can you honestly tell me that what he is selling is worth anywhere close to $800? really? I'm just looking out for people that work for their money.

EdWort 01-23-2012 11:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Naturallight16oz (Post 3696276)
what is wrong with criticism? that is what keeps the prices fair.
My post was deleted, can you honestly tell me that what he is selling is worth anywhere close to $800? really? I'm just looking out for people that work for their money.

Why not simply ASK why his price is $800 instead of resorting to ridicule?

ekjohns 01-23-2012 03:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by EdWort (Post 3696142)
If you look close at what is included, I can see where he has over $800 in it. Old beat up fridges with 1 cheap faucet go for $250 all day, but twin perlicks on a tower with 6 kegs?

Here's my conservative numbers.

Fridge $200 (sanyo mini fridge is more like $100 used, I have seen 4 between $50-100 over the past few years, got mine for $40).
Tower $100 (i have found 2 tower kits including tank for $100, tower by themselves $30-40)
2 Perlicks $80 (used they about $30)
Handles $10 (those are more like $2 a piece)
6 cornies $200 (spot on)
Regulator $ 40 (see tower)
5# tank $80 (see tower)
Drip tray $40 (see tower, since that is an after market those are $18)

At $500 this would be a steal.

my price comes to $480. When I built mine I spent 200 on the kegger. I see danby and the like go for 200-300 so with upgrades (keeping in mind that is a bigger fridge) those are still way under $800. I didn't what to crap on the post but keep people that are unaware of the pricing from doing something they may regret then hatting homebrewing, giving up and one less person to help me with my problems.:mug:

ekjohns 01-23-2012 03:24 PM

are they ball lock or pin lock? that would raise the price by about $60 for ball locks or drop it $60 for pin lock

Alamo_Beer 01-23-2012 03:26 PM

I'm open to reasonable offers in the Austin area. I am not dead set on $800, it is only a starting point for negotiation as everyone haggles on CL.

If anyone has a reasonable offer in the Austin area, please let me know.


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