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jwbeard 08-18-2012 11:00 PM

Measurement request - Stout faucet
 
Hey all-

So I'm building my keezer today, and want to be sure to drill the holes for the shanks such that there's enough room to put a pint glass under the faucets. Except I left my stout faucet at my apartment and won't have time to drive there to measure it. Brilliant, right?

Does anyone happen to know the distance between the spout of a stout faucet and the center of the shank attachment? Then I can just add that to the height of a pint glass and drill that far from the base of the collar... A thousand thanks in advance!

beergolf 08-18-2012 11:18 PM

My stout faucet measures 3 3/8" from center of shank to tip of faucet.

Hope this helps.

jwbeard 08-19-2012 03:51 AM

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Thanks! Turns out I'd have to put the shanks almost at the very top, even with a 12" collar, to allow the drip tray to be flush with the base. I decided to put the drip tray part of the project off until another weekend, and build a descending attachment so that the shanks can be about 1/3 down from the top.


Attachment 72298
(drilling in progress - easily the hardest part of the whole project)

tdbc2011 08-19-2012 12:45 PM

My holes for the shanks are 12" above the wood and 11.25" above the drip tray. The tip of the stout faucet is 8" above the drip tray. A pint glass is about 6".


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