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Old 02-03-2010, 09:11 PM   #1
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Default Pin Lock connector height

For those with Pin Locks, how high above the top of the keg do the pin lock connectors stand (with the hose and all)?

I can get a keg kit that uses 22" Pin lock kegs, but I only have 23+" or 24+" without the freezer drip tray.

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Old 02-03-2010, 09:13 PM   #2
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IIRC, you can get short pin lock connectors. Stainless jobs and $$$$ but, turn a "L" rather than the normal "wye" typr. Those don't even clear the rubber chime.


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Old 02-03-2010, 10:06 PM   #3
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IIRC, you can get short pin lock connectors. Stainless jobs and $$$$ but, turn a "L" rather than the normal "wye" typr. Those don't even clear the rubber chime.
Any clue as to where I can find these? I've seen ball lock ones, but so far, haven't found in pin lock.
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Surely someone must have pin locks and can measure!
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2 & 1/4" or 2 & 1/8" at best above the rubber. I have threaded fittings not barbs. That's with the hose attached. Looks like it's going to be tight. There's a good bit of rubber on those keg feet-i wonder if you could shave off 1/4 - 1/2 inch.

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2 & 1/4" or 2 & 1/8" at best above the rubber. I have threaded fittings not barbs. That's with the hose attached. Looks like it's going to be tight. There's a good bit of rubber on those keg feet-i wonder if you could shave off 1/4 - 1/2 inch.
Thanks, I appreciate it! The place I was going to order from said to add about an inch; looking at pics of the fittings, I thought that couldn't be right for pin-lock.

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Any clue as to where I can find these? I've seen ball lock ones, but so far, haven't found in pin lock.
I know Foxx Equipment has them for pin lock. Never looked anywhere else. I just always see them in catalog and raise a brow at the price.
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I know Foxx Equipment has them for pin lock. Never looked anywhere else. I just always see them in catalog and raise a brow at the price.
I just looked at their catalog. The only stainless pinlock was not 90 degrees(L); it pointed straight up! They do have ball locks in 90 degrees. But thanks for the link, anyway.

I have someone trying to find smaller pin-lock connectors (2" vs. 3"). A few places show pictures of the 2", but when called, they were, in fact, 3".

If only I could get SWMBO to give up the chest freezer for beer....
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http://kegman.net/soda.htm

Part 8088 and 8089. Foxx has these too.
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http://kegman.net/soda.htm

Part 8088 and 8089. Foxx has these too.
LOOK AGAIN! THESE ARE FOR BALL LOCK! SAME AS FROM FOXX! I'M LOOKING FOR PIN LOCK!


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