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Old 11-26-2013, 03:14 PM   #251
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Originally Posted by erikpete18 View Post
Just about any place that does CO2 setups has the components you'll need. I'd suggest KegConnection. I got a bunch of stuff through them a while back and its all great. Depending on what you've already got they've got some complete kits with CO2/faucets/etc, otherwise you can pretty easily piece together a regulator, tank, distributor, and hosing for the gas side.
Yeah. I was thinking something like the OP has, not a regular 5# CO2 tank and regulator. I'll look at Home Depot, Ace, etc if I can ever remember to stop by there.

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Old 05-27-2015, 01:42 PM   #253
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Knock Knock. It's a build from the future...

Had to dig this up since it inspired me to build my own. The main reason that I made this is was to reduce the price of having the ability to pour at outdoor functions. This came to about $160 as opposed to a DIY jockey box of > $250 or so.

I used a 50Gal Rubbermaid RoughNeck Trash Bin
2 economy shanks from BrewHardware.com
2 Chrome faucets from Homebrewing.org
6 panels of styrofoam insulation from HD
1 can (could use more) Great Stuff
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I will be installing a wooden backing/front plate for extra shank support.
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Old 05-27-2015, 02:57 PM   #254
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Very nice @BigTuna.

With that much inuslation, be prepared to be dumping a lot of ice afterwards.
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Old 05-28-2015, 06:44 PM   #255
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Was inspired by many of the builds on here, so thanks BierMuncher & crew! Still have a few odds/ends to take care of, but it's mostly done. I assume the C02 tank won't mind the ice-water bath? Not sure how well a mount screwed to the trascan "liner" will hold up.

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