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Old 09-18-2012, 07:24 PM   #11
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http://www.homebrewing.org/5-Gallon-...Lock_p_70.html

I just bought two from here, and found them (other than eBay) to be the cheapest online. I bought soaked the kegs in pbw and changed out the o rings with new ones from my local.

The kegs came with new lids and new lid o rings. One had a plastic gas tube, which really isn't an issue. I'll probably change it out as I have a spare, but it's worked just fine carbing up Denny's Rye IPA.
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Old 09-19-2012, 02:12 AM   #12
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Thanks Yesfan, The shipping kills this deal, they are in Florida and Im in Arizona.

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If you're planning on buying a small lot, maybe you could get the seller to lower the shipping price. I'm pretty sure I paid about $200 for my 6 kegs.


On another note, if you buy used kegs, check out McMaster for your seal kit. Here's a link to a thread telling which O-rings to get for your kegs. (link)

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Old 09-19-2012, 08:44 PM   #13
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check yard sales garage sales craigslist etc.. We found ( my son and I ) 6 or 7 at a yard sale for a buck each.

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Old 09-20-2012, 02:39 AM   #14
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Post a wanted add on Craigslist!

I posted one, got no responses for about 2 weeks, then boom! A local brewer contacted me with 2 ball-lock's, a 15.5 gal. Sanke, and a 20# CO2 tank for $100.

Not bad

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Old 09-20-2012, 03:13 AM   #15
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I get so frustrated looking for kegs for sale on CL and having to weed through dozens of D-bags with their kegs wanted ads willing to pay $20 for a half-barrel.

Every day...same D-bags...same worthless ads.

They should have a separate Want to Buy section.

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Ritebrew.com has pin-locks for $31, ball-locks for $46. not sure about shipping costs though cause they're right down the road from me.

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check yard sales garage sales craigslist etc.. We found ( my son and I ) 6 or 7 at a yard sale for a buck each.
Thats a great deal !, how would you like to double your money ? lol

What a score you guys found!

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Adventures in Homebrew has a great deal on ball lock kegs. You get a pack of 4 for $130. That works out to $32.50 each.
http://www.homebrewfinds.com/2012/09...3250-each.html
So far this is the best deal, its $38 shipping for me, that makes them $42 each, so far from the looking I have done this seems to be the best deal around.

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I get so frustrated looking for kegs for sale on CL and having to weed through dozens of D-bags with their kegs wanted ads willing to pay $20 for a half-barrel.

Every day...same D-bags...same worthless ads.

They should have a separate Want to Buy section.
I look at CL almost every day, where I live we hardly even have D-bags posting lol I type in keg and nothing.

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I get so frustrated looking for kegs for sale on CL and having to weed through dozens of D-bags with their kegs wanted ads willing to pay $20 for a half-barrel.

Every day...same D-bags...same worthless ads.

They should have a separate Want to Buy section.
They do... It's called the "wanted" section
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