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Thunderlips

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Anyone know where I might be able to find the fitting that goes between the tap and the liquid disconnect?
I've seen the whole setup for sale an Ebay but I don't need the tap or the disconnect. Thanks.
Here's a pic of the what I mean...
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Bigfella

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try these guys I know you can buy the entire setup from them but you may also be able to get parts. I have got one of those taps from them.
http://www.rcbequip.com/
 

dicko

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T,lips,
Give GMK a PM.
I think he got one for another AHB member recently, or at least he was asked about one.
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I just bought two from Morebeer.com

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I have a couple if your interested

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I have a similar setup on a 10 litre keg. I found that it gave a very frothy result, so I'm looking at removing it and replacing with a metre or 2 of beer line and a picnic tap/pluto gun.

YOu have to use very very low serving pressures for it to be any good.
 

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Yeah I have had the same problem.
This is what I do now, works a treat. (Thanks Roach for doing the bullk order)

cobra_tap_1.JPG
 

Thunderlips

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Yeah I have had the same problem.
This is what I do now, works a treat. (Thanks Roach for doing the bullk order)
Hoops, that looks fancy. What exactly is it?
Thanks all for the replies so far.
 

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barfridge said:
I have a similar setup on a 10 litre keg. I found that it gave a very frothy result, so I'm looking at removing it and replacing with a metre or 2 of beer line and a picnic tap/pluto gun.

YOu have to use very very low serving pressures for it to be any good.
[post="54928"][/post]​
I've got a couple of these tap set ups from BD in the US and I dont have any probs.
IMO they are excellent for a party.

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Batz

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dicko said:
barfridge said:
I have a similar setup on a 10 litre keg. I found that it gave a very frothy result, so I'm looking at removing it and replacing with a metre or 2 of beer line and a picnic tap/pluto gun.

YOu have to use very very low serving pressures for it to be any good.
[post="54928"][/post]​
I've got a couple of these tap set ups from BD in the US and I dont have any probs.
IMO they are excellent for a party.

Cheers
[post="54962"][/post]​

Work well for me to Dicko

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Thunderlips said:
Yeah I have had the same problem.
This is what I do now, works a treat. (Thanks Roach for doing the bullk order)
Hoops, that looks fancy. What exactly is it?
Thanks all for the replies so far.
[post="54950"][/post]​
Thunderlips. It is an inline flow restrictor. You can have greater than pouring pressure in the keg and regulate the beer flow with the restrictor.
Roach did a bulk order of them a few months back, from the UK.

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Hoops said:
Yeah I have had the same problem.
This is what I do now, works a treat. (Thanks Roach for doing the bullk order)
[post="54942"][/post]​

Can We get these things from anywhere online?
 

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