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Old 02-07-2009, 08:17 PM   #11
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will they swap out shank sizes?
Dunno. The four inch shanks work for my application. Shoot 'em an email.
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Old 02-07-2009, 08:19 PM   #12
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My friend purchased 4 Perlicks from Williams Co. and they came with the handles. The best part they are only 5 miles from where I live. I walked in
and acted like I wanted to purchase some equipment but they said they mail order items only no public walk ins. They operate out of a small 1/4 section of a warehouse with 3/4 leased by other companies in one small warehouse. Most items like over 95% of what they list are not in stock in their warehause, they take your order and ship from their suppliers. Heck you can run a business like this out of your house provided no business traffice enters and leaves your property. This I have checked with the city with operating a home business in the past. Back on topic; I saw a total of app 500 pounds of different sacks of grains and that was all the warehouse had besides shipping boxes and stuffing material plus the little heated office off to the side.

Like a big carpet company in my area that operates out of a public storage locker 6' wide by 20' deep with flyers sounding like a 20 van company.
JMO's not knocking Williams as I buy from them with cheap shipping that is fast but get nailed for in state sales tax this sucks.
As far as handles you can buy the brass double threaded insert and add them to your own custom handles. I have a wood lathe so this is no problem as far as custom handles.

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Old 02-08-2009, 07:51 AM   #13
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Yooper you should get someone to turn you a mini hockey stick handle for one tap and a puck for the other.

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Old 02-08-2009, 01:11 PM   #14
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Yooper you should get someone to turn you a mini hockey stick handle for one tap and a puck for the other.
That's brilliant!!!!!! I will see if I can find some extra broken blades or sticks around the rink today, and I have the perfect puck. I wonder if my friend can do it for me. He is handy with tools, but he's not a wood worker type. LOVE the hockey idea! (Why didn't I think of something like that? )
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Old 02-08-2009, 01:33 PM   #15
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Perfect!!!!!! ..... And, I assume that my 3/16" beerline can be heated up and will fit on the nipple just fine. It says it works with 1/4" line, but I like the 3/16th.
I just let the ends of my beer line sit in hot tap water in a glass/jar for about 1 minute and it slips on with a little wrangling.
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Lorena,

This times two.



Best price you are going to get anywhere; just ordered two myself!

Jason
I just ordered those- thanks for the link! I forgot to order a drip tray, though.
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