Corny kegs with loose tops/bottoms. Worth the buy?

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Hefewise

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I recently saw a deal on keggle brewing for 4 used corny kegs, some with loose rubber tops or bottoms. Will this affect anything other than carrying them? Do you think it would be worth the buy? It's only 75$ for 4. Lemme know what you think.

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Also, a deal for 4 cornies at 80$ at homebrewing.org which is better, hm?
 

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If the kegs aren't dented to hell, you can use glue/epoxy to fix the handles or bases back on. YMMV.
 

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I just received 2 of these kegs a few days ago. I'm just getting into kegging, but from what I can tell these are just as good as any other kegs I've seen. I haven't noticed any problems with the tops or bottoms at all. Maybe I just got lucky, but so far it was some of the best money I've spent on homebrew supplies.
 
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