Set of Four Used 5 Gallon Pin Lock Kegs (Coke)
Pressure tested 5 gallon, stainless steel, cornelius style* tanks. These PIN LOCK tanks are guaranteed to hold pressure.
Tanks may have some syrup residue as they have only been dumped out.
- 22-24" Tall
- 9" Diameter
- No Major Dents
- Pressure Tested
- Heavy Duty SS Kegs
- No Pressure Relief Valve
- 2 and 3 Prong Posts to Avoid Mistakes
We know some homebrewers are more picky than others, so please keep in mind that these are USED kegs. Some of these kegs are probably 30 years old. Do not expect new kegs. If you are looking for new kegs, please check out our new kegs. We try and have quality kegs available at all times. With this said, they are going to show normal wear and tear. We are not implying that our kegs are not quality...we just want to avoid any misunderstandings.
*Cornelius is a Brand Name of a keg. "Cornelius Style" simply refers to the type of keg. There are several manufacturers that make these kegs and we only guarantee that you will receive a Pin Lock Keg. We do not guarantee the brand name of the keg you may receive. Firestone and Cornelius are the primary brands but we have seen Safer, Hoover, and AEB kegs that have also been pin locks.
If you are unhappy with your used kegs for any reason, we will gladly take them back. The purchaser will be responsible for return shipping charges.
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I have had the chance to use 2 of my 4 kegs so far. Anything under 15 psI or less if I don't use keg lube. If any of the lids get mixed I have 0 chance of getting the lid to sealed. The post on two of the kegs are rounded off. Not stoked overall.
These kegs arrived in the condition as advertised. The only things that matters to me is that they hold pressure, and these do just that.
I love pin locks! You simply can't put the gas on the beer or beer on the gas. You can mix up ball locks. Plus, pin lock kegs are a little shorter and sometimes that makes a difference in your cooler.
Used kegs, they are are as good or better than previous orders - some from here some from other web sites...
These 4 kegs were a little rougher than the ones I previously bought. In fact, I bought loose handle/bottom kegs in the past that were in better shape than the ones I got. It took a little more TLC to get them to an acceptable level. A few extra hammer hits to straighten out some dents and extra PBW to clean the inside and outside of these kegs, now these kegs are now up to my standards. Given the price I paid, it was still a great deal.