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Beer Faucet Shank - 2.5 in.
D1241

Beer Faucet Shank - 2.5 in.

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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 5/8” 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.

Dimensions:

  • 3-1/8" - Total Length (Tip to Tip)
  • 2-1/2" - Shank Length (Without Nipple)
  • 1-1/8" - Thread Length
  • 1-1/4" - Pass Through Length
     

 

 
Item # D1241
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.69 LBS
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Building a bar
Dave N on Jan 11, 2022
The right size
Jake Emerson H on Jul 17, 2020
Building a bar
Dave N on Jan 11, 2022
my old ones are too long
F. Michael I on Oct 15, 2021
The right size
Jake Emerson H on Jul 17, 2020
Picked up a couple with a lip on the tap connecting end which doesn't fit my faucets. Going to try these. Anybody know what connects to the ones with the lip?
Michael N on Jul 2, 2020
Right size
Gary H on Mar 7, 2020
Appropriate for collar thickness of keezer
Dave C on Sep 16, 2019
I'm building my first keezer.
Michael E on May 14, 2018
i needede a shorter one
Valued C on Feb 17, 2018
my old ones are too long
F. Michael I on Oct 15, 2021
Picked up a couple with a lip on the tap connecting end which doesn't fit my faucets. Going to try these. Anybody know what connects to the ones with the lip?
Michael N on Jul 2, 2020
What is it made off? Stainless or brass?
Stephen Cheng on Oct 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Don't believe the other answers like I did, this is chrome plated brass. The exact item I received is from Krome Dispense model C322, right on the box it says "CP Brass." I will be returning because I'm only looking for stainless.
What size is the nut? I am looking to add a 1.5 TC fitting to attach a faucet to my brite tank for serving purposes.
Eric Edge on Jan 23, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Eric - The nut is 1.5" on the widest side, and 1.25" on the other side.
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Rated 5 out of 5
Good quality, works well with faucet.
May 26, 2020
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
A little bit short
3.125" Total Length
2.5" Length Without Nipple
Approximately 5/8” are needed to account for the thickness of the finishing collar on the front and locknut on the back.

If I'm doing my math correctly based on this description, they should measure 1 7/8" thread for pass through. I found them barely able to fit 1 1/2" lumber of my collar. They still worked but I would have liked to at least flush the nut on the back or just past. Just FYI, still a good product and worked for my setup.
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Added Jul 26, 2018
July 26, 2018
Purchased
over 4 years ago