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Old 01-15-2015, 08:14 PM   #31
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Hey Guys,

Thanks for the feedback. I appreciate it greatly!

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Got your PM, thought I'd post here.

Yes, they are 3" center to center, as you can see in the picture below. I have the handles fanned out slightly so they don't come into contact. Most of the handles are off right now because I'm doing an experiment.
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Old 01-15-2015, 08:53 PM   #32
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Anyone here running the 650's with ultra barrier silver liquid line? If so, what length are you using? Wondering if I could run shorter lines since they have the flow control.

Was going to do 12ft lines but wouldnt mind cutting that in half

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Old 01-18-2015, 01:49 AM   #33
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Hey thefost,

Thanks for the follow up post. I really appreciate the extra effort!

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A late post. I just cut my beer lines to 4 foot (bevflex 200) and can serve seltzer at 30psi with no issue

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A late post. I just cut my beer lines to 4 foot (bevflex 200) and can serve seltzer at 30psi with no issue
Awesome. I just got 4 650ss's today. As soon as the varnish dries I will be installing them in my keezer.

How is the flow? If I keep my lines around 8-10 foot, will it work better serving beer with the control more open, or would it be the same with 4 feet, and the flow control shut down a bit??

Edit: I am also using bevflex 200
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Awesome. I just got 4 650ss's today. As soon as the varnish dries I will be installing them in my keezer.

How is the flow? If I keep my lines around 8-10 foot, will it work better serving beer with the control more open, or would it be the same with 4 feet, and the flow control shut down a bit??

Edit: I am also using bevflex 200

I got them 650s because was trying to clean up the inside of my keezer So far I am very happy with 4 ft and have plenty of adjustability
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