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    New Jersey Keggle Mash Tun & Tri-clamp Bottom Drain

    Ok not sure how to edit original post, so: Keggle/Mash tun with false bottom: $80 pickup, $105 shipped.
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    New Jersey Keggle Mash Tun & Tri-clamp Bottom Drain

    Bump after over a year of being off HBT, I'm back baby! I will modify original prices.
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    New Jersey Keggle Mash Tun & Tri-clamp Bottom Drain

    The pipe is stainless. I am not sure about the nut, I'll look more closely when I get home from work. The guy who built the rig I purchased was pretty meticulous, so I imagine it is SS, but I wouldn't bet my life on it. I'll ship all that stuff out for $65.
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    5500 watt 240 VAC RIPPLE element for $27.34 ea

    So these would be better suited to HLTs only? Risk of scorching?
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    5500 watt 240 VAC RIPPLE element for $27.34 ea

    I'm confused as to what the oversight is? I got 2 of these, came in mail yesterday. Can I bench test them or something?
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    Georgia Wife-approved kegerator/bar, 4 Perlick 525s, 13 kegs, 2 25lb CO2, dual regulator

    Obviously the ugliest Kegorator I've ever seen. Just scrap it.... Beautiful work.
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    New Jersey Keggle Mash Tun & Tri-clamp Bottom Drain

    Bump it up, I can remove insulation if the buyer does not want that. Cheers to Green Beer!
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    5500 watt 240 VAC RIPPLE element for $27.34 ea

    Damn that seems cheap as hell. Must try and resist....
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    New Jersey 1/2" x 50' Copper Tubing

    Where are you in NJ? I'm in 07023 but work around Jersey City and NYC.
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    New Jersey Keggle Mash Tun & Tri-clamp Bottom Drain

    The total for this thing is going to be $125, I'm not sure how much it is exactly. I've shipped one before about a year ago, and its $20-$30, also its a pain as I gotta buy a large box, etc. People generally don't ship them for this reason, but I like the challenge. I figure its just easier to...
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    New Jersey Gear Reducer 30:1

    I've decided to go with a different motor/mill setup so I wont be using this right angle gear reducer. Its a 30:1 ratio. The 1/2" shaft spins 30 times for every rotation of the 5/8" shaft. This is an older industrial unit that will survive all future apocalypses, and will be part of the machine...
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