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Old 04-11-2010, 10:44 PM   #31
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juvinious, how'd you affix the gang box to the keggle?
Drilled a 1.24" hole in a face plate and ran the element through there. So it's gang box, face plate, then the silicone o-ring. You'll probably need to push on the gang box a bit to get enough thread for the locknut to catch, but it locks up snuggly. I still have to leak check it though, so I'll update later when I'm done.
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