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Old 12-12-2010, 11:04 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by juslod View Post

It is the disconnect that you connect to the beer side, you would attach a hose and picnic tap to the end of that one.

The gas side is a gray disconnect, and if you go with the hand-held co2 charger it screws right on to the fitting instead of having the hose barb on it!
Right! For quick disconnects (QD) remember that black = beer, gray = gas. If you mix them up, you'll never get them off again in your lifetime. Except with a prybar and lots of brute strength. They are not interchangeable.

You'll need a gray QD if you go with the co2 charger, and you'll need a black QD to go with the beerline and picnic faucet.

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