Because of the thickness of the circlip, i would recommend the grind mark method.
I now personally only use this method. I found that with the circlip method the holes in the circlip over time become tapered. Thus inturn keeps popping out the circlip pliers and is a pain in the you know what.
Long story short, go the grind mark method. Only gota do it once to the keg and the circlip is easy to remove everytime.
Post up a pic if you can, would love to have a squiz. Did you do it your self?
Im not sure what the top of a post mix keg looks like, especially when fitted to a 50L keg. Did you remove the spear permanently?
GDay Guys, I have been frantically searching through the forums to find info on removing a "U" system coupling spear from a keg can anyone point me to some info on how to disingage the latch mechanism i have managed to make a tool to remove the first nut but thats as far as i can get im assuming its similar to other style kegs but would like to get some solid info on it before i tackle the task.
Shane :chug: :chug: :chug: