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Old 04-28-2007, 02:53 AM   #1
Mr. Mojo Rising
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Feb 2007
Charleston, Il
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Harbor Freight has a couple of great deals that will save you some dime with your set up. I compared prices everywhere! I am currently using these products with good results.

$2.99 Aluminum Manifold

$6.99 In-Line Regulator

15 Gal Conical - The Three Nobles-German Pils
Secondary - The Comrade-Imperial Russian Stout
Tap 1 - The Goodness-APA
Tap 2 - The Unicorn-Honey Nut Brown
Tap 3 - The Blarney-Irish Red

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Old 04-28-2007, 02:54 AM   #2
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Plainfield, IL
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no reason to tell us more than once
On Tap: Whatever I just brewed (got sick of updating it)

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Old 04-28-2007, 06:08 AM   #3
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Bethlehem, PA
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Originally Posted by jmjbj_h
Don't use this regulator! It's not a true pressure regulator, it's simply a valve (notice it's called a flow regulator). If there isn't constant flow (like in a paint spray gun) the pressure on both sides will quickly be the same.

If you want a cheap secondary regulator this one from harbor freight will work. I've gotten them when they were on sale for $4.99.

For these air tool regulators, you'll need to replace the gauge with a 0-30 psi one because the ones that come with them don't have the resolution at the pressures that we use for beer.

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