So I was an idiot when I built my collared keezer, and mounted the insulation before installing the faucets. As such, I had a hard time getting the shank nuts tightened. I eventually resorted to some needle nose, and got them decently tight.
They're slowly coming loose though, so I need to really get a good grip on them. Any suggestions here? I just have a small circular cutout in the insulation for them, enough to get the pliers and a tad bit more in.
My last ditch effort would be to cut out the insulation below the taps, tighten them up, then re-mount the insulation, but I'd prefer not to have to, if possible.
Primary: Avery DuganA Clone
On-Deck: Lemon Pepper Saison
Kegged & Waiting: Bee Cave Bavarian Hefe
ON TAP: Bee Cave Bavarian Hefe
2013 Beers So Far:
BM's Centennial Blonde; BM's Blue Balls Belgian Wit; DFH 90 Min IPA; Cottage House Saison; Extracurricular Hoptivity (Pro-Am Winner); Bee Cave Bavarian Hefe; Avery DuganA