5 1/8″ Shank for Faucet with 3/16″ Inside Diameter via Adventures in HomebrewingMore Info
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5 1/8″ Shank for Faucet with 3/16″ Inside Diameter
This is a chrome plated brass 5 1/8″ shank with 3/16″ bore.
Shank includes everything in the picture.
Shank assembly does not include tail piece. Please check options below.
If you are putting together a kegerator, you may need a 3/16 tailpiece.
Getting ready to take your beer on the go? For a Jockey Box use a 5/16 tailpiece.
- As of this posting, Adventures in Homebrewing has this on sale for just $12.99.
- Get Free Shipping: As of this posting, Adventures in Homebrewing is offering free shipping on most orders of $55 or more with a few exclusions.
- An easy filler item, if you need help to qualify for free shipping… 4 lbs of PBW (a good deal at $23.99)
Why Use a Longer Shank? Generally speaking, a Longer Shank = Less Foam”. A longer shank means… a colder faucet. More mass inside your kegerator or keezer keeps your faucet colder and reduces foam. More Info: Step by Step: Balancing Your Kegerator Draft System
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