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Used Cornelius Pin Lock Keg With Dual Rubber Handle (No Pressure Relief) - 5 Gallon (2 Pack)
Cornelius Pin Lock Keg - Used & Pressure Tested, No Pressure Relief (2 Pack) - These are used, 5 gallon stainless steel Pin Lock (Coke) Cornelius kegs. Great for dispensing home homebrewed beer, soda, or cider. OBK Canada Pin Lock Cornelius Coke Kegs
 
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Always great to have two or more styles dispensing at once! Beer is all about variety. Or have one serving, while another is carbonating!

*New (empty) Aluminum CO2 Tank is Optional
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Cornelius Pin Lock Keg - Used & Pressure Tested, No Pressure Relief (2 Pack)

These are used, 5 gallon stainless steel Pin Lock (Coke) Cornelius kegs. Great for dispensing home homebrewed beer, soda, or cider. For any sanitary liquid storage and dispensing needs. They include all fittings: dip tubes, poppets, gaskets and lid. The lid is a hansen-style lid (no manual pressure relief pull-ring valve), although pressure can still be released by pressing down with a pointy object. We ensure the kegs hold pressure, however, these kegs are used and require a good cleaning and sanitizing before use. With used kegs, they can be approximately 30 years old, so expect some normal wear and tear.

Dimensions: 22-24" Tall, 9" Wide.

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5 of 5 Exactly what I was looking for December 30, 2013
Reviewer: Brett Parker from Surrey, BC Canada  
The outside was pretty dirty, but after a quick soak they were good to go.  Thought they didn't come with o-rings, but they just were stuck on the keg.

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