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Beer Shank - 3.75 in.
D1245
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Description

Faucet shanks allow you to mount a draft faucet just about anywhere. Typically installed in the door or wooden collar of of a converted fridge/freezer, the front of a cooler, or even in your house’s wall when constructing that ultimate home bar! 
 
Once installed your beer line connects to the back of the shank and a faucet attaches to the front. Shanks are available in a range of sizes to accommodate mounting on materials of varying thicknesses. 
 
The shank’s listed size refers to the total length of threaded pipe. Approximately 1 1/8” are needed to account for the thickness of the finishing collar on the front and the space for the locknut on the back. Please take this into account when sizing the shank for your project.
 
Features a welded 3/16” barb and includes a glossy black plastic collar and locknut. Requires a 1” hole for installation.
California Recipients: See Proposition 65 Information
 
Item # D1245
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 0.75LBS
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it shanks
works as expected. been in place for about a year and works fine.
January 28, 2018
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1 month ago
good quality
very good quality 0 issues.
May 5, 2015
Does the Job but spend the extra money on stainless.
The product is fine quality and I love MoreBeer and the customer support they offer. I bought 2 of these several years ago. After finally getting my kegerator assembled I used these for a little over a year at which point I disassembled the whole setup for a thorough cleaning. At this time I discovered that the chrome plating was coming off of one of the shanks where it screws onto the faucet. In the future I will be spending the extra money on full stainless shanks which should last a lifetime as opposed to as little as only a year.

Cheers
January 30, 2015