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Old 05-04-2010, 01:53 AM   #1
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I have this tower. I didn't realize how easily I could fit an extra keg in my kegerator, so now I want a third faucet. I am getting tired of opening the door and switching beer lines. I was considering getting this, but I am now wondering how tough it would be to add another faucet to my current tower.

I am guessing...get the appropriate size hole cutter, file the hole to clean it up, place the appropriate shank and connect it to a beer line.

Am I missing something here?

I'm not really that great at DIY, yet. I could have my dad's help though. He is very good at DIY and has lots of tools.

Eric


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Old 05-04-2010, 01:07 PM   #2
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I have been considering this as well for my 2 tap tower (to add a 3rd). I think the only part you're missing is a Shank Flange.

Good luck and take pics to post!


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Old 05-04-2010, 01:43 PM   #3
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or you can get one of these:

http://www.beveragefactory.com/draft...r/DT-1HK.shtml
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I added a third faucet to my double tower.
I't a VERY tight fit, trying to work in the toer, but I did it, and it works great.
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I have been considering this as well for my 2 tap tower (to add a 3rd). I think the only part you're missing is a Shank Flange.

Good luck and take pics to post!
Here is a shank for a tower that already includes both the inner and outer shank flanges. Shop around for the best price. You can get it in chrome plated brass and save $

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Do I just pop the top off my tower and screw that thing on top of it? That would be way easier than trying to drill a perfect hole. It would also give me a higher, rather than lower, tap to fill tall glasses.

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Do I just pop the top off my tower and screw that thing on top of it? That would be way easier than trying to drill a perfect hole. It would also give me a higher, rather than lower, tap to fill tall glasses.

Eric
Just called Beverage Factory. That is exactly what it is. This will be about 100 times easier than I thought!

Thanks MrShake!

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No Problem Eric!
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Oh, and I will add pictures later to update!


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