Based on threads here and elsewhere - I've put together a list of parts to do two things - rebuild 12 corny kegs and put together 2 weldless fitting sets. Someone wanna double check these or make other recommendations before I order? I'll probably order sunday evening.
Keg rebuild: Used popular buna-n list that's floating around, substituted silicone.
Links wont work, archive of copy/paste.
Silicone O-Ring AS568A Dash Number 417, Packs of 5 (Same as 9396K6)
Silicone O-Ring AS568A Dash Number 111, Packs of 100 (Same as 9396K6)
Silicone O-Ring AS568A Dash Number 109, Packs of 100 (Same as 9396K6)
(43.79 for enough to fully rebuild 15 kegs, with lots of small o rings left over. I could, of course, go cheaper with buna-n, but may as well do it right... I know buna-n CAN be food rated, but the stuff from mcmaster isn't... The silicone o-rings are food rated... for the extra $20 investment for years worth of o-rings... I'll do it right)
Type 304 SS Thrd Pipe Fitting 1/2" Pipe Size, 1-1/16" OD, Cplg, 1000 PSI, 1-3/8" L
Std-Wall Type 304/304L SS Thrd Pipe Nipple 1/2" Pipe X 1-1/8" Length, Fully Threaded
18-8 Stainless Steel Shim .090" Thick, 7/8" ID, 1-3/8" OD, Packs of 5
Silicone O-Ring AS568A Dash Number 211, Packs of 50 (Same as 9396K6)
Low-Pressure Brass Threaded Pipe Fitting 1/2" Pipe Size, .25" Thickness, Locknut
NSF 61-8 Brass Ball Valve Cold & Hot Water NPT Female Threads, 1/2" Pipe Size
(62.65 total for two with lots of o-rings left over). Anyone want to comment on MCmaster parts Vs bargain fittings? Not sure what shipping will be from mcmaster - but I know the SHIPPED price from bargainfittings for two sets with brass valves is $48.00, and the valve from MCmaster is NSF rated, not sure if BF's is...
Thoughts? Better buy including shipping elsewhere?