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Old 11-02-2009, 08:29 PM   #1
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Default Beerline for Sanyo Kegerator

I built the popular Sanyo Kegerator and I am getting ready to order my keg kit from Kegconnections. The kit I am getting comes with 5ft of beerline, should I upgrade to a longer length?
I have heard that 5ft will still give you foam.

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Old 11-03-2009, 02:57 AM   #2
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I guess this would go for any kegerator that holds 2 cornys.
Anyone???

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I bought that kit. Tons of foam at 12 psi at 38 degrees F. I went to 10 foot lines and love it.

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Are you getting foam at the second pint or just at the first?

Could be the inside the the tower getting warm, if you don't have a fan blowing into the tower, or a passive cooling solution (like the copper tube mod)

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I bought that kit. Tons of foam at 12 psi at 38 degrees F. I went to 10 foot lines and love it.
Noted. Thanks!!!
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Old 11-03-2009, 03:40 AM   #6
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Are you getting foam at the second pint or just at the first?

Could be the inside the the tower getting warm, if you don't have a fan blowing into the tower, or a passive cooling solution (like the copper tube mod)
Picnic taps.....nothing's outside my kegerator except me.

Dammit, JUST cashed my second keg of DogHaus......like minutes ago.....good thing I made another 10 gal this week.

You're gonna love kegging, OP.
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