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Old 03-09-2013, 12:16 AM   #4361
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stuck faucets do break... a warm rag does the trick usually


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Old 03-09-2013, 12:18 AM   #4362
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Yea im considering getting some hard drive rare earth magnets already, I have a feeling the Velcro is going to loose its strength.
Ya, 12" drip tray = $70
Stainless 12" drywall pan = $12

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Old 03-09-2013, 04:55 PM   #4363
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Pre-made? Craigslist.

I picked up mine for $150. Swapped the single tower for a three tap.

I probably have about $250 in mine, total.

I picked mine up for $300 with a dual tower, 10lb co2 tank and 1 keg. Sold that for $180 and funded the collar with 4 taps. I spend $50 upgrading to a 20lb tank for easier refill swaps and spend $50 on a 4 way gas spliter. So total investment $400+kegs. I got over $800 worth of gear in that initial deal. So yea CL can be better than making it your self.
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Old 03-09-2013, 07:37 PM   #4364
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Check out my new little beauty. Perlick facets, stainless collar and 4 pressure tap rite.
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Old 03-09-2013, 08:17 PM   #4365
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Check out my new little beauty. Perlick facets, stainless collar and 4 pressure tap rite.
Hi! Nice job! Can you tell me what "pressure tap rite" is?
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Old 03-09-2013, 09:41 PM   #4366
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Hi! Nice job! Can you tell me what "pressure tap rite" is?
It is a Tap Rite secondary regulator with four regulator controls. It can be used to dispense beer at four different pressures.

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Old 03-09-2013, 10:13 PM   #4367
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It is a Tap Rite secondary regulator with four regulator controls. It can be used to dispense beer at four different pressures.

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Sounds like a really nice regulator, can you send me a link to where I can check one out... I bought a regular inexpensive regulator at my local homebrew shop but I have not yet completed my kegerator and I may be willing to change my current reg
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Sounds like a really nice regulator, can you send me a link to where I can check one out... I bought a regular inexpensive regulator at my local homebrew shop but I have not yet completed my kegerator and I may be willing to change my current reg
I just bought a four regulator TapRite from Keg works. I bought from here because the regulators are supposed to have check valves. Keg Works also sells primary regulators.

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Ya, 12" drip tray = $70
Stainless 12" drywall pan = $12

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Go to Barproducts.com, search for DTS-419. 19" SS drip tray for $18.
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Old 03-10-2013, 02:27 AM   #4370
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Go to Barproducts.com, search for DTS-419. 19" SS drip tray for $18.
Just ordered a couple of these the other day...


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