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Old 08-07-2011, 02:31 AM   #2881
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This is my setup, fully functioning 3 tower 8 tap keezer setup. Still need to paint the base of the keezer and need to fill it with a few more brews.

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Old 08-07-2011, 08:00 PM   #2882
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Simple setup, but it works quite nicely.

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Full-size Cornie won't fit with the current Sankey setup...need to get a low-profile coupling sometime soon:

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Old 08-08-2011, 12:58 AM   #2883
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Finally finished. Picked up each fridge for $75 delivered on craigslist.

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Old 08-08-2011, 12:52 PM   #2884
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Really nice, love the labels.

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Old 08-09-2011, 04:57 AM   #2885
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@rustbucket, WOW awesome wooden shelves inside the fridge

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Old 08-09-2011, 06:13 PM   #2886
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Sure, you could fill them up with grain. Thanks, I'll have to try that
I know I am a page late in response, but just saw this and wanted to say thanks! I may have to order a few.
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Old 08-10-2011, 02:26 AM   #2887
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Updated my kegerator this summer. Added two new taps and a Co2 splitter.
Now have three on tap and one on deck.



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Old 08-10-2011, 05:44 AM   #2888
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Default Perlick Kegerator......Just bought it today!

This is my awesome CL find. It's an older model Perlick kegerator. Found it on Craigslist, and the price was low enough to peak my interest. The owner didn't know the manufacturers name off the top of his head. (He was at work when we were talking) I made the 30 minute drive to the guys house, and as soon as I saw it was a Perlick I got excited. He plugged it in and everything worked! He had removed the tower and all hoses to use on a Coca Cola kegerator and didn't need this one taking up space in his garage. It works out because I would have swapped out the tower and hoses anyhow. It's in great condition, and I paid almost nothing for it. $40.00. Any ideas on where to find discount parts? (Tower, faucets etc.) I have a good friend who is a service provider for Perlick units so he may be the best bet. I can't wait to get this thing fitted!

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Jaysus...$40 bucks for a PERLICK?! You, sir, are one lucky, fortunate son of a biscuit...

Kegconnections.com is where I'd try first-like I said in a previous post about online orders, those guys have the greatest customer service in the western world, and their prices are competitive as heck.

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Jaysus...$40 bucks for a PERLICK?! You, sir, are one lucky, fortunate son of a biscuit...

Kegconnections.com is where I'd try first-like I said in a previous post about online orders, those guys have the greatest customer service in the western world, and their prices are competitive as heck.
I know right? $40. He was asking $75 but I talked him down to $40. I kind of feel like I stole it from him. Without being too judgemental I would say he was doing pretty well for himself, so I don't think money was an issue. He just wanted it gone. I am gonna check out kegconnections.com now. Thanks.
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