Flexible 3/8 Gas Line

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  1. Oct 9, 2019 #1

    Brew_DD2

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    I've been using the standard grey hose for my gas line for some time now, but I am looking something more flexible. The rigid stuff is a bit of a pain when I am arranging my kegs around in the fridge.

    Anyone have any recommendations for strong, but more flexible gas line?
     
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    You can use 3/16 which is much more flexible peebee uses a different material I'm sure he will be along to say what soon.
     
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    Cheers. Is that quite a bit more flexible than the grey tubing?
     
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    MUCH more flexible and has a very high burst pressure. Just be aware that you need to use barbs or stem to barb JG adapters with it.
     
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