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Massachusetts 5-10G All grain setup with pump and chiller

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boredatwork

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$500 for everything. I have a preference to sell it all together, but individual items are OK. My current pricing is based on 50% of what it would cost new.

15G Stainless boil kettle with 3-part ball valve
7G Aluminum kettle with 3-part ball valve

Both of these are from Morebeer, and have only been used 5-6 times:
10G Mash tun
10G HLT

30L Spiedel Fermenter

50ft 3/8" copper immersion cooler

6 Gallon glass carboy

Propane burner

809-HS March pump (never used)
 

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boredatwork

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How much for the 15 gallon kettle ?
The cheapest one I could find new was 140$, so $60 seems reasonable?

One thing I forgot to mention is that when I bought it, it came with a lid that was for a bigger sized pot. I never had a problem using it but it is wider than the pot.
 

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Yeah, that is a more than fair price... can you find out how much shipping would be to 15701
 

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I dont know if the UPS calculator on their website is correct, but it is telling me $75.
Yeah, I'll probably just try and find something local... or morebeer has 10 gallon SS Brewtech kettles on sale for $150... thanks anyways brother...
 

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The cheapest one I could find new was 140$, so $60 seems reasonable?

One thing I forgot to mention is that when I bought it, it came with a lid that was for a bigger sized pot. I never had a problem using it but it is wider than the pot.
Hi Bored,
Please check your private message. I have a couple questions about the kettle and may be interested.
Thanks,
Bob
 
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