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Old 12-28-2010, 08:08 PM   #1
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Default For Sale - Two chrome beer faucets

Just like these.

Essentially new condition. Used one year. No damage. Replaced them with perlicks. Clean and ready to go.

$20 shipped for both.

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Old 12-29-2010, 05:11 PM   #2
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Sold, pending receipt of funds. Thanks, HBT.

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Old 12-30-2010, 04:58 AM   #3
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Boo. wish I would've seen this earlier.

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I don't want to hijack this thread but I would like to know what makes Perlick faucets better than other brands?

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They pour "better". They don't stick. Ever.

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They pour "better". They don't stick. Ever.
Actually, they do stick, and quite often.
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Actually, they do stick, and quite often.
Sacdan tell me what problems you have had with them? I am thinking of upgrading and would to love to here your take on them. Do you clean them after even keg poured thru?
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I have 9 Perlicks. I think 3 of them don't always shut off all the way. They continue to dribble out beer. I have to push the handle back and forth. I believe they are the newer models. I have heard that the older models didn;t have this issue. I still like the Perklicks and will continue to use them.

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I have 9 Perlicks. I think 3 of them don't always shut off all the way. They continue to dribble out beer. I have to push the handle back and forth. I believe they are the newer models. I have heard that the older models didn;t have this issue. I still like the Perklicks and will continue to use them.
I have heard that about the 575 that they have a problem shutting off. d.o you remember what the model is you have? that would be interesting to see if it is the 575's
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They are 575's.

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