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redman67

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I am upgrading my boil kettle to a converted 40 gallon SS water heater and I am wondering what people think a fair price for a keggle w/ welded fittings would be?

keggle has a 1/2 in. close nipple for ball valve, a 1/4 in. NPT nut for temp sensor and a 1 in. lock nut for heating element welded onto it.

Thanks for any input
 

dezman

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I would think you could get $150-$200 for it. Most premade kettles are way more than that and dont have the element or temp sensor fitting on them.
 

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Yeah, that's probably a fair price depending on how nice the welds are and how nice the kettle looks overall. Pics?
 
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