@Liberty........No, they are not meant for that. In addition to the common black rubber dual handle kegs Cornelius also manufactured kegs with single black plastic handles. They have hollow, threaded female posts that protrude out of the top of the keg. Then there are two screws that bolt through the handle into those female posts to secure it to the keg.
BUT... If someone was crafty enough you could probably retrofit a damaged handle keg with that setup. It would be a lot of work though. When I have a loose handle I just use Gorilla epoxy and a large C clamp with two flat boards on each end of the keg. Works pretty good actually.
Thanks for the info!!! and i have one keg thats gettin a little sloppy,and gorilla glue is certainly named right!! I'll definitely try that!! Good luck on your search, i'll keep an eye out for those handles!
got ya! brain cramp on the reading side! ... i used gorilla glue once to reset a bridge on a "not so expensive" acoustic guitar.. worked great but foamed up through all the peg holes and around the clamp! lot of clean up!! does the epoxy do the same kinda thing?
haha! totally hear ya on the foaming thing. I originally tried the "glue" and had that issue. It took forever to cut that dried foam off. The epoxy doesn't do that nearly as much. Also, in my opinion I think it adheres better.