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Guigsy

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I have a single tap Haier BeerMeister. I want to have dual taps. I will either install and extra spout myself or buy an dual tap tower or try the PVC piping that MrWill turned me onto. If I do any of these, is a dual gauge regulator necessary or is there some kind of tubing splitter that will split the C02 distribution?
 

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Guigsy: I am currently faced with the same dilemma. I have decided to go the route to drill out a hole (with a special bit) in my current single faucet tower to add another faucet. Hardware that I am about to purchase is as follows:

- faucet
- Elbow Shank Assembly
- worm clamps
- tubing
- Wye 1/4 MPT x 1/4 FPT (co2 splitter)
- along with disconnects for the cornies
- and an additional Shutoff Valve w/Check 1/4 Barb for the regulator
 
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kush said:
Guigsy: I am currently faced with the same dilemma. I have decided to go the route to drill out a hole (with a special bit) in my current single faucet tower to add another faucet. Hardware that I am about to purchase is as follows:

- faucet
- Elbow Shank Assembly
- worm clamps
- tubing
- Wye 1/4 MPT x 1/4 FPT (co2 splitter)
- along with disconnects for the cornies
Nice! I'll probably do the same. Where are you getting your materials?
 

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