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Old 10-31-2010, 07:10 PM   #1
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I think it would be cool if everyone posted pics of their rig's plumbing. From manifolds to disconects. I will post some of mine when I finish my setup.


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Old 10-31-2010, 08:55 PM   #2
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Good Call! Stainless and copper plumbing


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Old 10-31-2010, 09:54 PM   #3
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That is Insane!
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Old 10-31-2010, 10:56 PM   #4
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That is just sick! Great job!
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Good Call! Stainless and copper plumbing
schawing ow woba woba woba Now thats what I am talking about. Freakin sweet dude.


dude it wouldnt let me copy your sweet pictures
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How did I miss this? Awesome!
I had the first brew with my new rig this weekend, and with all the bling and technology I packed in it, It was a pain having to switch hoses.
I will definately hard plumb from kettle to pumps, and most probably the rest also.
Love the sight glasses also.
Anybody else? I'm lookin for inspiration
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How did I miss this? Awesome!
I had the first brew with my new rig this weekend, and with all the bling and technology I packed in it, It was a pain having to switch hoses.
I will definately hard plumb from kettle to pumps, and most probably the rest also.
Love the sight glasses also.
Anybody else? I'm lookin for inspiration
Try stainless steel quick connects. I had the same problem with hoses and was frustrated to say the least. I purchased quick connects for every connection and the hoses connect instantly. I personally don't like hard plumbing because you'll have the same issues when you have to clean.

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I don't even know enough to understand what's going on in that picture but I like it.
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dlester, I have SS QDs on all my hoses, except at the kettle/sensor, and the RIMS tube.
I WAS missing a couple of fittings, so It DID require more work than it should have.
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:25 PM   #10
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what the heck , you can't start a picture thread with that, you need to hold back on that stuff for like a page or two, or nobody else will want to show off their spaghetti! sheesh!


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