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Keg Post

Post #1 by tekknofobia2 » 2 months ago

Can someone shed some light on the 9/16 and 19/32 description on the corny ball lock posts. What do these numbers mean. The 2 posts look identical on the website images.
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Post #2 by Patrickivan » 2 months ago

Here's what I found on I'm sure other's here with more smarts than me, can verify this information.

Cornelius Spartan & Super Champion:
Gas 19/32” – 18 Liquid 19/32” – 18

Cornelius R (pin lock):
Gas 19/32” – 18 (2 pin) Liquid 19/32” – 18 (3 pin)

Firestone V Challenger, Firestone VI Challenger, Firestone Super Challenger:
Gas 9/16” – 18 Liquid 5/8” – 18

Firestone A, Firestone R, John Wood RA, John Wood RC (pin lock):
Gas 9/16” – 18 (2-pin) Liquid 9/16” – 18 (3 pin)

John Wood 85, Firestone Challenger:
Gas 11/16” -18 Liquid 3/4’’ – 18 ... ntify-keg/
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Post #3 by opercularia » 2 months ago

Same information as Patrickvan gave, plus quite a bit more about keg details at
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Post #4 by Reignman » 2 months ago

Thanks for the keg info. I still have one keg that I can't find a post for. I have 10 kegs and they all seem to be different.
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Post #5 by hawkbox » 4 weeks ago

I somehow ended up with a liquid tube that was to long for the keg, I still haven't been able to figure out how I did that.

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