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CoastieRon 11-15-2014 03:51 AM

6 Attachment(s)

First issue to overcome was the rubber strap that wouldn't fit over the 5lb tank. I purchased a Husky 100 lb. 18 in. Zinc-Plated Steel Hang-All. I unscrewed the rubber strap and replaced it by:

1. Cutting hook out
2. Unscrewing rubber strap from hooks
3. Cutting webbing from hang all in the middle after removing hook
4. Attaching hooks to webbing
5. $4 solution, awesome.
Attachment 236026

Next, I used 1/2" copper piping and slid hose through. Attached "t" for future use

Attachment 236030

Next, I piped all the co2 lines. Stanley, tap 1 & tap 2
Attachment 236029

Labeled
Attachment 236031

Everything plumbed.
Attachment 236032

Hooked up
Attachment 236034

Pumpkin Quad and Rye IPA settling.....

I used some of the packing material in the tower to insulate and keep copper in place....


CoastieRon 11-15-2014 03:51 AM

6 Attachment(s)

First issue to overcome was the rubber strap that wouldn't fit over the 5lb tank. I purchased a Husky 100 lb. 18 in. Zinc-Plated Steel Hang-All. I unscrewed the rubber strap and replaced it by:

1. Cutting hook out
2. Unscrewing rubber strap from hooks
3. Cutting webbing from hang all in the middle after removing hook
4. Attaching hooks to webbing
5. $4 solution, awesome.
Attachment 236026

Next, I used 1/2" copper piping and slid hose through. Attached "t" for future use

Attachment 236030

Next, I piped all the co2 lines. Stanley, tap 1 & tap 2
Attachment 236029

Labeled
Attachment 236031

Everything plumbed.
Attachment 236032

Hooked up
Attachment 236034

Pumpkin Quad and Rye IPA settling.....

I used some of the packing material in the tower to insulate and keep copper in place....


CoastieRon 11-15-2014 03:51 AM

6 Attachment(s)

First issue to overcome was the rubber strap that wouldn't fit over the 5lb tank. I purchased a Husky 100 lb. 18 in. Zinc-Plated Steel Hang-All. I unscrewed the rubber strap and replaced it by:

1. Cutting hook out
2. Unscrewing rubber strap from hooks
3. Cutting webbing from hang all in the middle after removing hook
4. Attaching hooks to webbing
5. $4 solution, awesome.
Attachment 236026

Next, I used 1/2" copper piping and slid hose through. Attached "t" for future use

Attachment 236030

Next, I piped all the co2 lines. Stanley, tap 1 & tap 2
Attachment 236029

Labeled
Attachment 236031

Everything plumbed.
Attachment 236032

Hooked up
Attachment 236034

Pumpkin Quad and Rye IPA settling.....

I used some of the packing material in the tower to insulate and keep copper in place....


CoastieRon 11-15-2014 03:51 AM

6 Attachment(s)

First issue to overcome was the rubber strap that wouldn't fit over the 5lb tank. I purchased a Husky 100 lb. 18 in. Zinc-Plated Steel Hang-All. I unscrewed the rubber strap and replaced it by:

1. Cutting hook out
2. Unscrewing rubber strap from hooks
3. Cutting webbing from hang all in the middle after removing hook
4. Attaching hooks to webbing
5. $4 solution, awesome.
Attachment 236026

Next, I used 1/2" copper piping and slid hose through. Attached "t" for future use

Attachment 236030

Next, I piped all the co2 lines. Stanley, tap 1 & tap 2
Attachment 236029

Labeled
Attachment 236031

Everything plumbed.
Attachment 236032

Hooked up
Attachment 236034

Pumpkin Quad and Rye IPA settling.....

I used some of the packing material in the tower to insulate and keep copper in place....


CoastieRon 11-15-2014 03:51 AM

6 Attachment(s)

First issue to overcome was the rubber strap that wouldn't fit over the 5lb tank. I purchased a Husky 100 lb. 18 in. Zinc-Plated Steel Hang-All. I unscrewed the rubber strap and replaced it by:

1. Cutting hook out
2. Unscrewing rubber strap from hooks
3. Cutting webbing from hang all in the middle after removing hook
4. Attaching hooks to webbing
5. $4 solution, awesome.
Attachment 236026

Next, I used 1/2" copper piping and slid hose through. Attached "t" for future use

Attachment 236030

Next, I piped all the co2 lines. Stanley, tap 1 & tap 2
Attachment 236029

Labeled
Attachment 236031

Everything plumbed.
Attachment 236032

Hooked up
Attachment 236034

Pumpkin Quad and Rye IPA settling.....

I used some of the packing material in the tower to insulate and keep copper in place....


CoastieRon 11-15-2014 03:51 AM

6 Attachment(s)

First issue to overcome was the rubber strap that wouldn't fit over the 5lb tank. I purchased a Husky 100 lb. 18 in. Zinc-Plated Steel Hang-All. I unscrewed the rubber strap and replaced it by:

1. Cutting hook out
2. Unscrewing rubber strap from hooks
3. Cutting webbing from hang all in the middle after removing hook
4. Attaching hooks to webbing
5. $4 solution, awesome.
Attachment 236026

Next, I used 1/2" copper piping and slid hose through. Attached "t" for future use

Attachment 236030

Next, I piped all the co2 lines. Stanley, tap 1 & tap 2
Attachment 236029

Labeled
Attachment 236031

Everything plumbed.
Attachment 236032

Hooked up
Attachment 236034

Pumpkin Quad and Rye IPA settling.....

I used some of the packing material in the tower to insulate and keep copper in place....


CoastieRon 11-15-2014 03:54 AM

1 Attachment(s)
Attachment 236035

Close up of Velcro strapping

CoastieRon 11-18-2014 04:08 PM

1 Attachment(s)

The biggest issue I am having is finding a 3" inner dia trim piece to cover the gap between the tower and plastic fridge top trim

Attachment 236718



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