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 / 5.037 ReviewsGood valueGreat set up with all of the fittings that you need to take the guesswork out. Only thing that would have made it better would be if the gas ball lock fitting would have been a sealed to the nut instead of just loosely attached.January 29, 2018Purchased
11 months agoJust right.Used this to connect cannonball keg to 5lb co2 regulator. Works great.April 5, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGreat productExactly as described. Made kegging a breeze and reliable. No problems, works perfectly.January 6, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoHedge your betsGot one of these included with the cannonball keg kit. Unfortunately the connection at the ball lock connect end leaked. I suspect the ear clamp wasn't fully clamped down. I don't have the crimper tool for that so I couldn't try and make it tighter. Fortunately I had a worm gear tubing clamp, so I cut the line and re-attached to the barb using the worm gear clamp, it works fine now. If you have other kegging lines and/or equipment its no big deal. If this is your first and only gas supply line... I recommend you buy a worm gear tubing clamp as a backup so that you aren't stuck when you want to keg. Having to disassemble and reassemble kind of defeated the purpose of receiving it pre-assembledJune 8, 2016Works efficientlyFits my kegerator nicely. Good build quality, no leaks, and worked right out of the box.March 14, 2014works off the shelfThis piece is the way to go. No messing with having to assemble it yourself. The price is right and it is a quality product. It should last a long time.March 6, 2014GreatAs others have said, you can source the parts yourself or pay an extra buck or so and get it pre-built. The difference is negligible for the convenience factor. Love it!February 5, 2014Nice off the shelf pieceI could save a little money making it myself, but it was so easy to just get it and use it immediately. The components are pretty good too.December 2, 2013Nice AssemblyYou can certainly make one of these assemblies for cheaper by buying all the pieces separately. However, the ease and convenience of this makes it a worthy purchase. if you're making a keezer, just buy 3-5 of these for super easy setup.October 10, 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 )