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Old 08-23-2010, 07:10 AM   #1
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here is a copy of my craigslist ad. I have it listed for 400, am I looking for too much or not enough.

This is a keg cooler, kegerator, that is perfect for home brew beer and commercial beer. This kegerator is made from a chest freezer, and temperature controlled with a ranco digital temp controller. It will hold one sanke keg or 4 corny kegs, with extra room on the side for 6 packs or ingredients. It has a led light strip which lights it up at night time and a fan that blows cool air into the insulated tower to keep all your beer cold. Included will be everything you need to keg your home brew or conventional kegged beer. This is a complete kegging kit, nothing is needed. It has a 2 stage manifold, 3 lines run on one pressure, one on a seperate pressure. So 3 beers can be on serving pressure while you force carb a separate beer.

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4 Cornelius kegs

4 beverage lines

4 gas lines

4 taps

2 C02 tanks, 4lbs each

a 2 stage regulator

all necessary fittings

If you have an offer, let me here it. Please dont try and low ball me.

I can respond to emails almost instantly, not as easily phone calls so just send me an email and I will get back to you,
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If you are interested in the whole thing I will include the sanke keg shell which is worth a 30 dollar deposit, and a sanke keg tap designed for C02 use worth 50 dollars.

If the ad is still up I still have it so please dont ask if I do. I may be interested in parting it out but only if the kegerator sells first, I dont want to be left with extra parts i dont need.










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thats one hell of a deal i would bump it up to at least 600 it may take a while to sell but do a cost break down of CL pricing i have seen

4 cornies go for at least 30 each usually higher the sanke 30 easy the temp controller is 80 tank is 40 a piece regulator is 80 shanks and taps are probably 30 each set ball lock connectors 5 each so 40 sanke coupler 30 total freezer 150 plus the asthetic appeal of the unit another 50-100 bucks

thats about 700 dollars worth of stuff 50 more if the top is tile and not linoleum.


why are you parting with it if you dont mind me asking

another thing is you might come out ahead if you sell components not many people have 500 dollars to drop on a kegorator even though it looks really nice

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I have not brewed in awhile and am needing some money for my truck , need to turn up the boost and it requires more money. I dont have much time for homebrew right now and could use the money elsewhere, so i am selling off all my gear. Someday I may get back into it, i always enjoyed it, just want other things now.

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I have not brewed in awhile and am needing some money for my truck , need to turn up the boost and it requires more money. I dont have much time for homebrew right now and could use the money elsewhere, so i am selling off all my gear. Someday I may get back into it, i always enjoyed it, just want other things now.
understandable i would bump it to 560 hundred and see if you get any hits


where did you get the light strip i am looking for one for mine

and even more OT how you planning on getting the boost?
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I have a GMC typhoon, factory turbo AWD. If you have not seen them check out youtube for some good video, fastest production truck(syclone) and SUV(typhoon) Although the new jeep srt10 and trailblazer ss come close if not even with the typhoon, but the little black truck from 1991 is still the quickest production truck ever. Im putting together a meth injection kit to run more boost.

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Yeah I would bump it too...
If you want to go cheapo, you are looking at $100 in taps and shanks + $75 for Keezer + $50 for Temp Controller + $50 for Bottles + $30 for Reg Set + $100 for kegs + $10 for Connectors so before any work hoses or misc or your 1/2 barrel you are looking at over $400..Bump it up $500 or $600...if you get no bites you can always lower it.

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If you were in West Michigan I would be racing to your house with $400.00 to purchase this!

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Yeah just from the pics I'd say $600-700. But we're biased here.

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I agree, I would bump to $550-$600. Thats a nice looking setup.

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where did you get the light strip i am looking for one for mine

and even more OT how you planning on getting the boost?
As for light strips, checkout OrangeTreeTrade, they sell ~3ft samples of their solid color lights.
http://www.orangetreetrade.com/shop/...ng-p-1002.html
That is a link for a $5.00 "sample" of the blue lights.
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