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Old 01-08-2010, 05:17 PM   #1
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Default Sold - Trade: My sanke 15.5 keg for your cornie

Looking to trade a keg (scratched up but in decent condition, holds pressure. I could cut the top off for you if you wish) for a 5g ball-lock cornie in good condition. Would prefer to have one with o-rings already replaced. Must hold pressure. Local only: Denver. Thanks! -Ryan

Edit: I'd also take a 6.5g carboy instead of the corny.

This is gone now. Thanks!

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Old 01-08-2010, 05:20 PM   #2
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That's quite an offer. I'm sure someone will take you up on it.

I know I would if you were local.. might even be a keg of year old Apfelwein...

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I would do this in a heartbeat if I was close, let me know if you wanna try to figure something out shipping wise.

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Sorry, can't ship it... would just be too much of a pain I think. Thanks for the interest though!

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Sorry, can't ship it... would just be too much of a pain I think. Thanks for the interest though!
Fair enough, but if you don't get any interest otherwise and want to look into getting a quote, I would pay. Zip is 45701
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Old 01-11-2010, 04:56 AM   #6
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bump... still available

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I will pay for shipping via UPS(have a UPS account) if you still have this available! I will email you a UPS shipping label. let me know

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PM sent woka woka

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Wow, senke for a carboy... that's a deal!

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Dude, if I were either in the Denver area, or you were in the SF area, I would cheerfully toddle to the LHBS and buy a corny off the shelf - sankes are slowly turning to gold dust, it seems, and nobody (at least around here) wants to part with 'em!

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