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Old 04-26-2007, 07:21 PM   #1
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i was wondering if this is a good deal i came across:
five used kegs (all hold pressure) and one extra for parts. 10 lb C02 tank with dual-guage regulator. Hoses, connects, clamps for $200

I can get kegs at my lhbs for $20 so im trying to decide between buying there or getting these. what do you guys think?

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i was wondering if this is a good deal i came across:
five used kegs (all hold pressure) and one extra for parts. 10 lb C02 tank with dual-guage regulator. Hoses, connects, clamps for $200

I can get kegs at my lhbs for $20 so im trying to decide between buying there or getting these. what do you guys think?
Fair price. Is the tank filled?
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Old 04-26-2007, 07:25 PM   #3
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Fair price if the kegs are reconditioned. The reg's probably worth $30 - $50 depending on condition, the tanks' worth probably $70 or $80 even used.

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I dont know if it is filled, i offered him $125 so well see what happens. I am cramped for space so i was planning out on finding a way to exchange the 10# for a five so it may not matter.

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He only said he would go as low as 190, considering i can get kegs 20 used and 25 reconditioned from lhbs what would you do?

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If I needed a tank and regulator, I would go for it. Otherwise I would buy from the LHBS.

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Thanks ill see if i can get him to go a a little lower. I see your from NH do you go anywhere locally for HBS.

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