DetailsThe Ball Lock Gas Line Assembly includes a ball lock gas "in" quick disconnect, 3 feet of 1/4" ID beverage tubing, two hose clamps and barbed swivel nuts on either end of the tubing. Simply thread the open end to the gas "out" of your regulator or CO2 manifold, hook up the ball lock quick disconnect fitting to your Cornelius keg, and you're ready to impart intense carbonation on any ball lock keg.
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4.8 / 5.036 Reviewsfast & easyI first considered buying the components separately, but ended up buying two of these. Buying assembled is a little more cost, but they are so easy to order & install.February 1, 2013Product works greatAlready assembled and ready to use. Works like it should.February 3, 2013All in oneI was pricing out to buy tubing and fitting separately until I found this product. It was exactly what I was looking for and all in one package, so I didn't have to buy the tubing by the foot and all the other accessories.February 5, 2013Perfect length for keezerI use several of these in my keezer with a 4 way manifold. Works great. Great length to keep things organized. I use ear clamps on both sides of the hose to help prevent leaks as I feel it is a far superior form of clamping down the hose. Won't do much better than this for the price!February 19, 2013Great ProductThe price is cheaper then the ones already assembled from my local shops and this quality is great. Double thick hose and fittings of high quality. Great Product.February 27, 2013Seals as well as cork and a lot easierYou need the correct bottles like the 750 ml Amber Glass Hock Bottles bottles Midwest sells. Just push them on with the heel of your hand. No other seal is needed. You can store the bottles upright and they take less space. Opening a bottle is easy, no corkscrew needed, and you can re-seal it (spray in some private preserve to maintain freshness)March 10, 2013Good valueI bought this simply because it was cheaper than buying the parts individually. At first, I thought I might have preferred a longer length but 3 feet was fine for my purposes (which is running a CO2 pressure filter system). It's a perfect length to go from my CO2 tank to the first keg. No hassles, easy set up and no leaks. As previously noted, it would also be a good length to run from a distributor to a keg inside a kegorator. However, it might be a tad short if you were running a line from a CO2 tank outside a freezer to a keg inside. In that case, I would opt to make it myself from parts. Although the line is 5/16's, I had to dip it in boiling water to get it onto a 5/16 gas barb. So it's a good tight fit.March 15, 2013Good quality, works greatI priced the individual parts, since I am a tinkerer and thought I could make it on the cheap. This assembly is cheaper and I was impressed with the hose and overall build quality. Attach it to some gas, and you are ready to go. The hose length sounds short, but is plenty if your tank is nearby like mine.March 19, 2013AwesomeThis is a great option so that you don't have to source the parts yourself. Simple, easy, no leaks and effective. What more could you ask for!March 19, 2013
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Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 4 answersI need to replace the Swivel nut, is this a 1/4 nut or 3/16.?BEST ANSWER: The ones that are used on this assembly are the 3/16" ID swivel nuts. Part #K123 on the website. The "female-thread" part of it is a 1/4" MFL threading, and it has a 3/16" ID hose barb.What size is the swivel nut, or is it "universal?" Want to make sure it fits on my regulator.BEST ANSWER: The female-threaded "nut" on these will be 1/4" MFL, it will fit on your regulator as this is fairly standard. The hose barb in these assemblies is a 3/16" ID one, the part is the 3/16" swivel nut, part K123. We also recommend use of a "swivel nut gasket" at the regulator connection point, to keep it a leak-free connection. ( part 40249 )