Pass Through Beer Shank - 3 in.

Pass Through Beer Shank - 3 in.

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You can use pass through shanks for beer entry through the back side of a cooler. Drill a 1" hole through the cooler, insert the shank, and use the two attached nuts to tighten up on the cooler. You will need nuts and nipples of the size line you are working with as well as hose clamps. We do not use pass through shanks in our boxes because we drill a hole that is same size as the line so we can pull it back in when we are traveling. However there might be instances where they would be appropriate. Pass through shanks can also be used to put through the side of a refrigerator to pass a gas line through.

Installation note: On a fridge there are generally no coolant lines running through the door but please check to see there are no lines connecting the door and the rest of the refrigerator. To test for coolant lines on a freezer start with a warm freezer then plug the unit in with the lid open. You should be able to see the lines form condensation on the inside of the freezer where there are lines running. Please still use caution when drilling.

This is a Chrome Plated Brass unit.


  • 3" - Shank Length 
  • 3" - Thread Length
  • 1-7/8" - Pass Through Length
Item # D1922
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 1 LBS
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jockey box build
Neil H on Jul 20, 2020
Building a Jockey Box
jockey box build
Neil H on Jul 20, 2020
Relocating tanks outside of kegerator
Daniel S on Jul 2, 2020
Building a Jockey Box
Because I a fitting to pass through the fridge door
Gregory A on Mar 31, 2020
I am building a jockey box
Felipe K on Mar 13, 2020
Exactly what I wanted!
Michael P on Jun 13, 2019
Making jockey box
Daniel Y on Jul 24, 2018
To pass gas line through side of fridge
Andries Ellis on Feb 10, 2018
Relocating tanks outside of kegerator
Daniel S on Jul 2, 2020
Because I a fitting to pass through the fridge door
Gregory A on Mar 31, 2020
What size bore is this? I need a 3/8 bore for a jockey box I am making. Thanks.
Albert Cingranelli on Mar 19, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Albert - The bore is 3/8" ID and the OD is 3/4".
what is the minimum length shank i would need to pass through a 1.5" thick wooden collar on a chest freezer kegerator? Not sure how the 3" length is measured on the shank.
James Reidy on May 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: These Passthrough shanks are measured from end to end on the shank. Taking the hardware into consideration, the pass through would have to be about 3/4 shorter than the shank.
Though the hose barb is permanently fixed, D1241 may be better suited for your application.
Beer Faucet Shank - 2.5 in.
Beer Faucet Shank - 2.5 in.

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Works great!
I bought this so I could move my CO2 outside of the spare fridge I use for my kegs. It could not have been easier; I drilled a hole and inserted the shank, then tightened it down. It even came with a white plastic washer which blends with the exterior of my fridge better than a black rubber seal. I bought two of the end piece sets (http://morebeer.com/products/14-tailpiece-hex-nut-gasket.html) and easily connect CO2.
July 24, 2014