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Old 12-02-2008, 12:55 AM   #1
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Hello all, First I want to say thanks for all of the great info and ideas I get from all of you on this site. Now to my question, I just got my new perlicks in and I am building a two faucet tower (All I have is a tower with no accessories) I was wondering what pieces will I need to mount my perlicks and where would be best to order them. Thanks for the help in advance..

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Old 12-02-2008, 09:50 AM   #2
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All I have is a tower with no accessories)
I am assuming you don't have any shanks or anything at all? What is your tower? Home made or what size/diameter column?
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Old 12-02-2008, 09:23 PM   #3
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my tower is a standard two faucet set up from beverage factory with corny connectors mounted on a comercial danby kegorator.

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Ahh- Easy then. Pick up a faucet wrench (any brew site has them cheap); There are typically about four little holes on the faucet ring. Make sure the air is off and pressure bleed if you have something on tap; A faucet wrench fits in one of the holes and along the surface of the ring so you can simply unscrew it. Faucet comes out; Align new perlick, and tighten the faucet ring back on. Apply CO2 test and enjoy!

Let me know if you need pictures and or links. Hope this helps!

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