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Old 12-06-2013, 12:22 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by brokebucket View Post

5 ball locks for $100. I posted this earlier as a shameless brag, but I dont mind putting it up again!
Oh right! Awesome. Mad jelly.
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Old 12-06-2013, 04:26 PM   #42
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Add $12 - 15 for the ball lock conversion kit per keg. Just get a brand new SS corny, no worries.

Originally Posted by buckeyerunner View Post
$44 for shipping seems steep (to Ohio). That makes them $70 a pop. At first glance it looks appealing at $29 each, but the shipping makes them just the same as anywhere else. Even at your shipping costs, it still makes them $50 each.

In Ohio, kegs on Craigslist are non-existent. My LBHS has them for $50-60, but there supply goes fast.
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