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ohiobrewtus 10-15-2007 01:54 AM

My wife rocks...
So I've been busting my arse for the last 2 weeks building a monster playset for the kids - I posted some pics in the 'let's see your other hobbies' thread but I'll get some new ones posted soon as it's almost done.

I'd mentioned to SWMBO that I really want to start kegging and get a Sanyo 4912M to convert to a kegarator, and just like when she yaps about the neighbors or something else that I don't care about she was like "ya, ok.. that sounds cool", like she wasn't paying any attention at all.

Well this evening she's out helping me and I asked her where the 3/8" drill bit was that I had earlier and she says that it's in the house in the kitchen. I'm thinking wtf is that drill bit doing in the kitchen - then I walk in and there's a brand new Sanyo 4912M sitting in the middle of the kitchen floor!

I'm one step closer to giving the big fu to bottling. :rockin:

eriktlupus 10-15-2007 01:58 AM

man you is one lucky bastidge:ban:

she freakin rocks:rockin: :rockin:

Yuri_Rage 10-15-2007 01:58 AM

Your wife knows what a 3/8" bit is?

Kidding...congrats on the score!

Nurmey 10-15-2007 04:14 AM

Your wife rocks and make sure to tell her that often!

I would love it if you could post lots of pictures of the conversion. I've been thinking of doing one of these with HWMO but I"m still pretty nervous about the whole operation.

RoaringBrewer 10-15-2007 03:45 PM

There is a 4912 conversion thread somewhere on here with tons of pics; run a quick search and you should find it...

I plan to make the leap soon too and will be using the other thread as its in great detail. If I come across it before you, I'll post the link.

RoaringBrewer 10-15-2007 03:46 PM

Try this:


ColoradoXJ13 10-15-2007 04:03 PM

so why was the 3/8" bit in the kitchen?

Nurmey 10-15-2007 11:58 PM


Originally Posted by SilkkyBrew

Thanks Steve!

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