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Thunderlips

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It's probably a pretty basic question for the veterans but I'm new at this and can't seem to get my head around it :)
How do you connect two kegs to one regulator?
I've just picked up my keg setup today from Grain and Grape but forgot to ask this question. My plan is two kegs in the fridge and two taps through the door. I've got all that gear plus the regulator and gas bottle.
Should I have gotten an adaptor so I could use both kegs?
Thanks.
 

AndrewQLD

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all you need is a T connector, put this at the end of you gas line, then get your 2 gas disconnects each with about 30 cm of gas line and clamp them to the 2 remaining sections of the T connector.
 

Batz

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Exactly as I do AndrewQLD ,the push lock "Festo" Ts are the way to go

Batz
 

warb

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I have a dual reg setup, I have 2 taps also, works very well... I have I side of the reg going to a T connector and keeps two kegs at pouring pressure, the other side of the reg is for carbonating..
 

GMK

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when setting up the dual keg sysytem - make sure u have enough length on th eline to conect the line/gas to the keg when the keg sits outside the fridge.

Make thinghs easier...
 

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