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Old 07-13-2008, 10:54 PM   #1
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Default Cornelius Keg O-ring sizes

Does anyone know what sizes of O-rings are used to outfit a Cornelius keg? Are there different sizes for Ball lock and Pin lock? I have both. I thought it might be more economical to buy in bulk from McMaster-Carr.


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Old 07-13-2008, 11:54 PM   #2
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#109, #111, and #417. I really like silicone because they don't get hard in the cold. A little pricier sure, but you're buying in bulk anyway.


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Bobby: Thanks! However, I don't see that number as a catalogue number in their website. Are the numbers you gave me sizes?

**edit** I found what you were referring to...thanks! Do you use only silicone?

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I've been switching over to silicone every time I change out a keg. I just like how soft they stay at 40F. You don't NEED it, but it's a nice touch.
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Thanks, guys!
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Just got my order from McMaster-Carr yesterday!!!

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I really like silicone because they don't get hard in the cold. .
But do they shrink?
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Silcone O rings should not shrink.
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Silcone O rings should not shrink.
I think he meant..

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