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Old 08-16-2012, 04:46 AM   #1
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I need two 4 inch or less (but not tower) shanks. If you have some, let me know.

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Old 08-16-2012, 01:59 PM   #2
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Old 08-16-2012, 02:04 PM   #3
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Are you looking for stainless or chrome plated brass or either? Tailpiece no tailpiece?

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I am trying to keep prices low, so chrome plated will probably be my first choice if possible. I am converting to a kegerator to a keezer for efficiency and expand-ability, I have already put a fair bit into the kegerator. I already have two chrome plated shanks, and I find them more than good'nuff. Just need two more to finish it off.

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I'm also looking for shanks. Stainless 3"-4"
Sorry to hijack.

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I'm also looking for shanks. Stainless 3"-4"
Sorry to hijack.
Uhm...
Then don't? PM ntertell
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Calm down fellas!

I thought I had a few shanks in my spare parts box but I don't. I think I gave them away when I sold my old kegerator.

Anyway, I got my shanks for my keezer cheap at Ritebrew.com. Here is a link to check out their prices

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Calm down fellas!

I thought I had a few shanks in my spare parts box but I don't. I think I gave them away when I sold my old kegerator.

Anyway, I got my shanks for my keezer cheap at Ritebrew.com. Here is a link to check out their prices
Dang, they got some nice prices there
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Dang, they got some nice prices there
Yeah they do!!!
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