Item #: I52
Our Price: $14.99
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Made from the highest quality stainless steel to last a lifetime. For the beer side (usually marked OUT) of a ball-lock equipped keg. This fitting features a 1/4" male threaded flare fitting, to fit any 1/4" female threaded flare attachment. The black ring around the base indicates that it is a beer fitting (gas fittings are grey). 2.25" high.

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by Steve
on 7/31/2019
from Ohio
Helped reduce/eliminate CO2 loss
This has helped CO2 leakage.  The plastic ones I used before leaked a bit and getting these reduced and took care of the problem.  Less trips to get CO2.

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by Phil
on 11/1/2017
from Alabama
low profile
With these i can stack kegs in my converted refrigerator kegerator.  These are solid, with little "give," so when it's on, it's on. Depresses the poppet like it's supposed to and beer flows.  My previous plastic connectors appeared to be locked down, but beer would not flow.
by Tim Q
on 7/3/2017
from Everett, WA
Watch their video...
 With a smooth click the fitting lands home. I'm hooked!

 At 10 minutes 2 seconds, the Keg King video is a bit long but you'll learn so much about  ball lock fittings. 

by PJ
on 1/30/2017
from Las Vegas
Well Built
Hey look around on the internet. I found these elsewhere but they were a lot more expensive. These are very well made, solid and will probably out last me. You can't beat this price for SOLID stainless steel. Basically only twice as much as plastic and they will last forever.
by Charles
on 11/9/2016
from Minneapolis
Perfect height
It was perfect height to add Perlick faucet to 5 gallon keg, inside a KEEZER with no collar.
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William
8/21/2019 6:24:05 PM
Is the internal gasket available as a separate part?
No, although a good hardware store might have the O ring you need.
Brian
11/6/2018 5:06:21 AM
Are these 100% stainless steel including the internal ball bearings?
Yes
Mike
7/13/2017 10:25:52 AM
Can it be disassembled for cleaning? Is it made in China?
Yes, they can be disassembled although most people just flush them with hot water. They are made in China.
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