Any home beer brewers here?

I am having fun trying to match up my keg posts. Anyone here have any experience with these fittings who could help me out?
Steve
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Yes. I got three Cornies with pin locks, and I want to convert to ball locks. I think I got the right ones coming from Midwest, but still am not sure until they get here. There were so many variations on gas/liquid posts, and finding the right ones for the older kegs is a search. Two are Firestone, one is Spartanburg. Then there are all the variations of Firestone and all. So, I narrowed it down, and talked with the guy at Midwest. If these work, great. If not, I'll just use the pin types that come on there. It's just a lot easier to use the ball types.
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$32 - $40 - $60 - $120 plus shipping depending on condition. So, it depends on what you can buy the kegs for. And even if you get them free or very cheap, there's always some o rings or poppets to be replaced. Minimum to replace the O rings $5 if everything else is good. Poppets and relief valves $5 - $10 per.
Posts are $8 - $12 per, but you get a new o ring and poppet assembly.
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