Parting out keezer components

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weeple2000

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July will mark the second year of my sobriety. It's time to let go of my keezer. I am parting out the following items. Located in Madison, WI but willing to ship. Buyer pays shipping. Will ship USPS flat rate.

Here's what I have. Let me know what you want, make an offer. If someone wants the lot I'll give them preference. I realize I need to include a price so I'll ask $200 for the lot. That won't include the keg if I'm shipping it.

Complete Faucets. Three individual ones and two doubles. I was using these with a 1x12" collar. One side of one of the doubles started leaking on me. I am not certain if it's possible to repair. Sold as is. If anyone is interested in owning a piece of Madison history, these are from the Edgewater Hotel before it was renovated.

Faucet wrench.

Picnic tap - if someone wants this with another purchase they can have it.

Temperature controller. It's in Celsius but you can easily convert the temperature. Wired for cooling, not for heating.

Home made tap handles. My friend made these for me. The base on some isn't perfectly square but they worked ok.

Chalkboard tap handles. Never got around to using these, I did write on a couple but they were never installed.

CO2 manifold, splits one gas line into four.

Fan with power and mounting brackets. I also have some inside corner brackets I used to help hold my collar together.

Keg lube.

Commercial tap. I picked this up secondhand but never got around to using it.

Regulators. One single stage, two dual stage. I believe one of the two stage regulators is for nitrogen.

I do have one ball lock corny left. I really don't want to ship the keg though. It has a set of disconnects, I am willing to ship those if someone wants them.

Can do paypal f&f or venmo.
 

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How much for the temperature control? And a regulartor
 
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Congrats on your sobriety
Thanks! It sort of started when I went down a rabbit hole discovering craft non-alcoholic beer. It's a great time to be sober. Lots of good options from Athletic, Partake, Bravus, Hairless Dog.
 
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I don't see an edit option on the OP. I still have the regulators, temperature controller and faucets. I would do 40 shipped on the faucets.
 
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