Originally Posted by lschiavo
The pull through method also gives it a little mechanical strength. I do mine bassackwards and make a well on the outside of the keg. The coupling sits on the outside but the well allows for a nice fillet of solder without it running all over. I have done about two dozen like this without a failure yet.Attachment 40119
Very nice. I am getting ready to build another E Keggle. I want to use this Pull thru method. Pulling into the keg. I Haven't decided if I will TIG or do the solder. My current one is Tigged but the inner seam is not very nice or clean. The weld on the outside looks great tho.
That is why I was thinking about using this pull method to give a nice clean seam on the inside.
Do you have any pictures of the inside of the keg? What method or tool size did you use to make your dimple?
Bottled: Honey Wheat, American Wheat, Kolsch, Chocolate Porter, Oatmeal Stout
Kegged: Falconer's APA, Honey Brown Ale, Guinness Draught