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Old 03-04-2010, 10:09 PM   #1
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Default WTB: Wall Mount 3 Pressure CO2 regulator with high pressure line

Anyone know where I can buy one of these:



I have only seen them at kegkits... which does not get very good reviews.

Or is it as simple as buying these two items and attaching them?

http://stores.kegconnection.com/Detail.bok?no=129
http://stores.kegconnection.com/Detail.bok?no=291

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Old 03-04-2010, 10:22 PM   #2
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so the end of that hose will screw into my CO2 tank?
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http://www.micromatic.com/draft-keg-...s-cid-792.html

http://www.micromatic.com/draft-keg-...rs-cid-17.html
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Old 03-04-2010, 10:29 PM   #4
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no, I want to have a 3 body - 4 gauge primary regulator on a 60" (or so) hose to I can screw just the hose into my tank with my gauges permanently mounted.

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no, I want to have a 3 body - 4 gauge primary regulator on a 60" (or so) hose to I can screw just the hose into my tank with my gauges permanently mounted.
It's just as cheap to get a primary, hook it to the tank, then mount the secondaries to a wall.
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It's just as cheap to get a single gauge primary hook it to the tank, then mount the secondaries to a wall.
The main thing is I do not want to have the primary attached to the tank.
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The main thing is I do not want to have the primary attached to the tank.
Why is that?
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Why is that?
Simplicity mainly. Regulators stick out, when you need to fill your tank you need to remove it and be careful with it.... I don't know it just seemed like a better/cleaner idea to me.
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Simplicity mainly. Regulators stick out, when you need to fill your tank you need to remove it and be careful with it.... I don't know it just seemed like a better/cleaner idea to me.
May be more trouble than it's worth. You have to remove any line to have it filled. I'd call keg connection if your set on that hi-pres hose, i'm sure they can fix you up.
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May be more trouble than it's worth. You have to remove any line to have it filled. I'd call keg connection if your set on that hi-pres hose, i'm sure they can fix you up.
your probably right, I just really liked the idea when I saw it.
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