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EricK The Red

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I finally have my CO2 and my Pale Ale is ready to keg, but I'm missing the ball lock & tap!

I can keg & pressurize, but my other parts won't be here 'till Wednesday. :(
 

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Best-case, getting the beer real cold, setting the PSI at like 30, and shaking every couple of hours, you'd still be looking at tomorrow or Tueday before it was carbed up.
 

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Green beer is green beer whether force carbing or not. They taste better as they age. Just saying.
 

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Yeah, I just cut a hole in a Sanyo 4912 and am attaching the tower right now. I get to the very last bolt, and hey, guess what, the ****bags who manufactured that last T-bolt effed it up so it couldn't accept the bolts, and it stripped out my bolt, and now I have to go back to Lowes for the 2nd time today to get another t-nut and bolts. If I had a dollar for every time I had to go to Lowes twice or more in a day because some douche doesn't know how to do their job and make their stuff right...I'd have lots of dollars.

sorry, a little off-topic, but damn, I wish I could find the guy who screwed up at the manufacturing plant, and stick that t-nut straight up his ass.
 
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Evan! said:
Yeah, I just cut a hole in a Sanyo 4912 and am attaching the tower right now. I get to the very last bolt, and hey, guess what, the ****bags who manufactured that last T-bolt effed it up so it couldn't accept the bolts, and it stripped out my bolt, and now I have to go back to Lowes for the 2nd time today to get another t-nut and bolts. If I had a dollar for every time I had to go to Lowes twice or more in a day because some douche doesn't know how to do their job and make their stuff right...I'd have lots of dollars.

sorry, a little off-topic, but damn, I wish I could find the guy who screwed up at the manufacturing plant, and stick that t-nut straight up his ass.

I just ordered my Sanyo today. Can't wait!
 

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Evan! said:
Yeah, I just cut a hole in a Sanyo 4912 and am attaching the tower right now. I get to the very last bolt, and hey, guess what, the ****bags who manufactured that last T-bolt effed it up so it couldn't accept the bolts, and it stripped out my bolt, and now I have to go back to Lowes for the 2nd time today to get another t-nut and bolts. If I had a dollar for every time I had to go to Lowes twice or more in a day because some douche doesn't know how to do their job and make their stuff right...I'd have lots of dollars.

sorry, a little off-topic, but damn, I wish I could find the guy who screwed up at the manufacturing plant, and stick that t-nut straight up his ass.

Knowing this, as you clearly do, shame on you for not over-buying to prevent the inevitable return trip...

Not to excuse poor manufacturing standards, but it is what it is...

:p
 

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Evan! said:
Yeah, I just cut a hole in a Sanyo 4912 and am attaching the tower right now. I get to the very last bolt, and hey, guess what, the ****bags who manufactured that last T-bolt effed it up so it couldn't accept the bolts, and it stripped out my bolt, and now I have to go back to Lowes for the 2nd time today to get another t-nut and bolts. If I had a dollar for every time I had to go to Lowes twice or more in a day because some douche doesn't know how to do their job and make their stuff right...I'd have lots of dollars.

sorry, a little off-topic, but damn, I wish I could find the guy who screwed up at the manufacturing plant, and stick that t-nut straight up his ass.
I always test thread fasteners onto nuts unless I'm buying by the pound - espescially with expensive/specialty types. You bitch abot the mfg QC, but what about yours? Just giving you a hard time btw. I've had many a multiple hw store trip in a day myself
 
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