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I found the dead handle on tall pine designs website. They do have the OG skull and lighting bolt as well. The handles are 3D printed but they’re solid. Totally worth the 20-30$. Definitely unique compared to most tap handles I’ve seen on amazon etc.
 

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Have added a bunch of stickers (on magnetic sheet) since this picture. Made from a Danby Designer 11 Cubic Foot freezerless fridge. Thinking I may drill a larger hole in the rear condensation drain so I can move the regulator outside the fridge.

 

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That's already pretty clean - and nicely done :mug: - but if you can route your drip tray drain back through the door it'd be pristine...

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Have added a bunch of stickers (on magnetic sheet) since this picture. Made from a Danby Designer 11 Cubic Foot freezerless fridge. Thinking I may drill a larger hole in the rear condensation drain so I can move the regulator outside the fridge.
I managed to stretch 3mm vinyl tubing over my gas barbs to run it in the drain hole.
 

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Converted a single tap black matte Arctic King into a faux stainless steel 2 tap. 5 gallons Munich Helles, 3 gallons Honey Irish Red. My 1st kegging ever!
 

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That's from a jeld-wen patio door. Used the mounting plate only from one side and it screwed right into the existing holes in lid. Mounted the other handle and plate to it with shortened screws. Satin nickel finish. Had an idea while having a few(doesn't that always happen?) and put it together in 10 minutes or so.
 

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Looking at the picture reminded me that I upgraded the drip tray, too. The original was made from a scrap piece of flourescent light cover. It wirked ok but was a bear to clear. Made a new one from a piece of gutter cover. A little creative "unbending" and I got this. Much better look and easier to clean. Used $2 worth of the cover.


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I'm I Miller Lite drinker but I can't get a keg of it right now. Think its to do with the bars reopening. Settled on Bud Light because thats all they had. Used to drink it so still had the handle. New handle is a H-D piston.

LOL, i was going to say something about the bud light tap too....but don't worry, i don't buy beer often, but when i do it's miller! :mug:

(and i add gluco to all my homebrew to make it light beer too, so no points lost from this judge! ;))
 

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Just got this put together yesterday. It's an adjustment lifting kegs over a collar whereas before the collar was built in with the lid. Decided not to do that with this one. A stepping stool is on my shopping list.
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And by the way, the 7cu ft GE chest freezer listed in the Freezer Specs thread DOES NOT fit 4 kegs on the floor.
 
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