DetailsA damaged keg post can make it difficult or impossible to attach post connects. A poor fit may cause CO2 leaks and an empty CO2 tank. Post attaches to the gas-in threaded port of the keg. Gas Ball Lock Quick Disconnects will fit these posts. All keg posts come complete with poppet valves.
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4.9 / 5.08 ReviewsStandardize to ball lockI purchased it to convert my pin lock keg to ball locks. They fit well and work well, with no problems.March 24, 2014No more leaky kegsI had a leak on the gas post for one keg. And it used to be difficult to unscrew the posts because the pressure made them very tight. These have a good half inch of accessible screw space means you can finally get a good grip on these.March 2, 2014Made my life easierThese have enough screw space that you can get a good grip on them when unscrewing. It seals tight and I don't have to hunt for leaks anymore.February 10, 2014Seals tightIt's much easier to get a good grip on these because of the extra screw space. It makes life easier because it used to be a chore to unscrew the posts because of the pressure. _x000D_January 3, 2014Convert pin lock to ball lockBought this to convert a pin lock keg to ball lock. Fit just fine and works perfectMay 20, 2013Ended Leaky KegsTwo of my cornies had persistent leaks on the gas posts. I replaced the poppets twice and couldn't get them to seal. Turns out the hole had a slight dent/chip where the poppets seat. No fixing that. These work perfectly. Comes with a poppet. Seals tight. They are slightly (very slightly) taller than the standard posts that were on my corny. So if you're dealing with limited space above the post, we forewarned.April 23, 2013heads upI purchased this and also bought the liquid post. These did not come with a new o-ring, though not a big deal I feel this should be specified in the description.October 3, 2012Made my life much easierThis gas post, and the similar liquid post have made my life much easier. Previously I always had a tough time actually unscrewing the posts as the pressure seems to make them incredibly tight. The fact that these actually have a good half inch of accessable screw space means you can finnaly get a good grip on these.March 10, 2012
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