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Old 04-21-2008, 08:42 PM   #11
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I too went through the drain hole, but of course that's only a single line with a splitter. If I wanted dual regulators, I'd either buy a couple ganged secondary regulators, and put them inside, or drill it like a couple of the above posters have done.


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Old 04-21-2008, 08:45 PM   #12
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I too went through the drain hole, but of course that's only a single line with a splitter. If I wanted dual regulators, I'd either buy a couple ganged secondary regulators, and put them inside, or drill it like a couple of the above posters have done.
Yeah, I definitely wanted a manifold so I could quick charge one keg while closing the gas to another keg that was already charged.


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Old 04-21-2008, 08:50 PM   #13
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drunkatuw, that looks familiar.
I won't lie, I peaked in your gallery before drilling my sanyo I even used to have a 4-way manifold, but later replaced it with a 2-way so that I could use the 4-way in my "carbing and conditioning" fridge which holds 4 kegs.
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I went through the drain hole, but had to pull the plastic out first. I was using 5/16" line and it was stopping up the hole. I just pulled out the plastic and lined the exposed insulation with metal tape.
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i saw someone using some sort of quick disconnect on their gas line. is there a special type recommended for gas?
i plan on getting on of these

with my next order from them. Then i can just keep a MFL Ball lock connector handy in case i need to take my tank with me somewhere.


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