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Dual-Threaded Insert For Wooden Taphandles
D1299
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Description

Your custom-made tap handle will be the talk of the party!
 
You can create your own tap handle and mount it with this threaded insert. Simply drill a 1/2" hole in the bottom of your wooden piece and thread the D1299 with a flathead screwdriver (a coin can also be used in a pinch!). When you’re finished, mount your custom tap handle to your faucet, pull a pint and admire your handiwork!
 
Internal threads are 3/8", 16 thread-per-inch. Mounts to any standard faucet.
 
Item # D1299
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.02LBS
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Going to make some tap handles
Ken Z on Jul 14, 2018
Making my own tap handles
Glenn R on Apr 3, 2018
Going to make some tap handles
Ken Z on Jul 14, 2018
To make my own tap handles of course
Daniel D on May 14, 2018
Making my own tap handles
Glenn R on Apr 3, 2018
Making custom handles
John G on Apr 3, 2018
making Tap Handles
Michael Martin on Mar 8, 2018
Make my own tap handles
Chris D on Mar 7, 2018
To create a homemade tap handle.
Muriel B G on Feb 26, 2018
Needed them for the DIY faucet handles for my kegerator
Sean r on Feb 5, 2018
To make my own tap handles of course
Daniel D on May 14, 2018
Making custom handles
John G on Apr 3, 2018
Reviews

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Some experience required
This product definitely performs as advertised, but if you're not really good about drilling a well-centered, straight hole, well...it's not going to stand up straight on the faucet. Someone with more experience is going to get a better result.
May 27, 2015
As advertised
Bought 4 of these to make tap handles for my keezer. Drilled a half inch hole and used a 3/8-16 bolt with a nut to drive the insert into the wood with no issues. The only problem I had is that my brother in law liked my tap handles so much I had to give him one. I had to buy more of these inserts to make more tap handles.
April 1, 2015
Just about everything is now a tap handle!
Used these to make custom handles from NHL Lightning pucks for my TB Lightning keezer. Other that drilling the pucks, these things work perfect.
May 4, 2014
custom tap handle
drilled a .5 inch hole with a drill press as advised into the base of a hard wood tap handle. could not for the life of me get the insert to thread in strait and the notches in the top sheared off before it was completely threaded in. the end result was sloppy because the handles would not line up.
September 17, 2013
Response from MoreFlavor
I've been having the exact same problem! I ended up just drilling a 5/8" hole, putting some gorilla glue around the outside threads, and dropping the insert into the hole. The gorilla glue expands quite a bit, so I had to keep tabs on it while it dried. At the end of the day, though, the threaded insert ended up working fine and wasn't crooked.
December 14, 2017
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Response from MoreFlavor
I've been having the exact same problem! I ended up just drilling a 5/8" hole, putting some gorilla glue around the outside threads, and dropping the insert into the hole. The gorilla glue expands quite a bit, so I had to keep tabs on it while it dried. At the end of the day, though, the threaded insert ended up working fine and wasn't crooked.
December 22, 2017
Ao
Custom Tap Handles
I've picked up a number of these to make custom tap handles from a variety of items. Use a 1/2" spade drill bit on the base of a wood carving or resin sculpture. Screw in the dual-threaded insert with a bottle opener and voila, bad a** tap handle!
May 1, 2013