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I'm after any excess pinlock kegs available out there. (not the ones on ebay currently, the older ones) I've posted this before but I thought I'd try get the attention of those outside SA. I am able to arrange courier to pick up. These seem to be disappearing and I would like more to allow me to brew more.
 

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I'm after any excess pinlock kegs available out there. (not the ones on ebay currently, the older ones) I've posted this before but I thought I'd try get the attention of those outside SA. I am able to arrange courier to pick up. These seem to be disappearing and I would like more to allow me to brew more.

Hi,

I have these if your interested? I've had them sitting in the shed for years after I switched to ball locks, they need all new seals. $50 each.

Also I found some more on ebay HERE I have two spare O rings for the lids I'll chuck in but I've had them just as long as I've had the kegs so they might not be good for much.

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What's the harm in using newer pin lock kegs? I do and they're great. Bit of sealant on the lid o-ring and they hold pressure forever.
 

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What's the harm in using newer pin lock kegs? I do and they're great. Bit of sealant on the lid o-ring and they hold pressure forever.
The posts on the older Mytton Rodd kegs are a smaller size. The new plastic QD's are too big.
The OP must have older QD's in his system that fit these keg posts.
 

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The posts on the older Mytton Rodd kegs are a smaller size. The new plastic QD's are too big.
The OP must have older QD's in his system that fit these keg posts.
connectors are pretty cheap. I have one of my taps fitted with threaded connectors. I can switch to ball lock or commercial (evil, evi, evi evilllll!!!!) kegs very easily.
 

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connectors are pretty cheap. I have one of my taps fitted with threaded connectors. I can switch to ball lock or commercial (evil, evi, evi evilllll!!!!) kegs very easily.
Nige is right I have the older ones and why change what's not broken. I have disconnects to suit ball lock and cornelius pinlock for when mates bring beers to share but I'm happy with what I have.
@wortI'm interested in yours and will pm you and I'm already bidding on the others. Cheers.
 

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