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Old 07-20-2012, 10:07 PM   #111
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Originally Posted by hammis
Only problem is two of the keggles have a 4 inch rubber coating on the bottom and are wrapped with foam pipe wrap insulation. Im not sure if that can be properly cleaned.
I'll pay shipping if you send it all to me.

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Old 08-27-2012, 04:33 PM   #112
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I wish that was the case. Unfortunately it was all removed and destroyed by the clean-up company we hired. But such is life, ins cheque should be coming soon and my new build will be underway. I picked up the wood to build a new stand this weekend and i was able to save 2 of my original 15 gal keggles from the first build. So i'm thinking of doing something similar to the countertop brutus build with a few small changes. I've started a new thread and will probably begin working on the syetm after labour day weekend. The new thread can be found here: . I hope to have a lot more control with this new build and up the level of automation.
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