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Old 04-17-2012, 01:07 AM   #1
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Default Just finished my kegerator

Just need to install my drip tray, my 5 gallon keg just fits with the freezer tray removed. What do you guys think? Did I miss anything ?

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Old 04-17-2012, 06:12 PM   #2
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Can't wait to keg my blonde ale

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Old 04-17-2012, 06:14 PM   #3
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Looks good, probably won't be long until you try to figure out how to get keg and tap #2.

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Thanks, and I can fit my 3 gallon and my 5 if I trim the shelf holders a little

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What is the best way to test the system out?
Just fill the keg with water and run co2 to it ?
And run the faucet a few times and check for leaks ? Thanks

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Sure, that would work to check for leaks. I didn't really wait much, I had batches waiting to be kegged so I put'em in there and worked through the inevitable issues. For one, the guy at the brew store sold me 1/4" beer line, way too big and foamed like crazy into the glass. People here set me straight, so I got 10 feet of 3/16 for each tap, worked like a charm. Stuff like that is hard to trouble shoot with water.

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I got 3/16 beer line about 4' might have to change, I didn't know about the foot per pound till after I picked up the line
My co2 line is big od 9/16

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Then again my dad changed his line to the foot per pound method, he said it made no difference

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I got 3/16 beer line about 4' might have to change, I didn't know about the foot per pound till after I picked up the line
My co2 line is big od 9/16
If you beer foams like crazy, you'll know why. It's a cheap fix anyway.
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Tested today

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