What to do with my hose?

Post #1 made 3 years ago
I am looking for a better solution on how to secure my tubing during recirculation. :think:

This thermoplastic tube has a mind of its own. It jumped out when I wasn't looking and wetted (with water) two of my tool box drawers.

MS

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Post #2 made 3 years ago
MS, if you have some Copper pipe that bends, you could make a J-type pipe bend, and put the " Straight J" under the Bungy Cord and hang the "Curve J" over the Keg, and insert the Hose thru it.

Or not, JMHO.
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Post #3 made 3 years ago
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Post #6 made 3 years ago
Richard - Did you sort this problem out at all?

Those racking cane holders are only $2 BTW, but if that is too expensive I have heard of others using "bulldog clips" from office stationery.
The tubing is threaded through the metal ring part.
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I spent lots of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I squandered
I've stopped drinking, but only when I'm asleep
I ONCE gave up women and alcohol - it was the worst 20 minutes of my life
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Post #7 made 3 years ago
This is still a work in progress :sleep:

For summertime brewing with lid off, I am thinking of adding another hook eye bolt or share the one I
already have to help secure this stiff hose up to that point, then a piece of "J" copper.

For wintertime brewing, lid on, but that would mean I would have to drill a hole in my nice 25 cent
lid I got at a garage sale.   :lol: 
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