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Old 04-05-2006, 05:06 PM   #11
Nov 2005
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Originally Posted by Brewsmith
Sorry about clarifying. I guess not everyone has a 7/8'' double-hex deep socket laying around. A combination wrench works too. The closed end has the double hex on it, I believe. When I tore mine apart, the "Out" was the hardest to remove due to the years of syrup buildup. The gas in was relatively easy.
Here's a pic. I have a 72 piece socket set. I bought it JUST for these kegs, too. My deepest sockets spin free. Oh, and my kegs have two of these star things on top of each other on the "In" side/cO2 side.

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Secondary: English Cider
Secondary: Mega Mead
Kegged: Blackberry Hefeweizen
Kegged: Hard Lemonade, probably crap
Kegged: Coffee Porter
Kegged: Mini Mead
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Old 04-05-2006, 05:51 PM   #12
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Feb 2006
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It may look like two but its not. There is a small notch along it that makes it look like two but it doesn't go all the way through. If you get a 7/8" long double hex socket or a 7/8" double hex wrench it will work.

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