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The ball lock gas line assembly includes a ball lock gas "in" quick disconnect, 3' of 5/16" ID beverage tubing, two hose clamps and 5/16" barbed swivel nuts on either end of the tubing. Clamp the open end to the gas "out" of your regulator or CO2 manifold, hook up the ball lock quick disconnect fitting to your Cornelius keg, and you're ready to impart intense carbonation on any ball lock keg.
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Follow Up: Since writing my original review, another part has failed -- the small O ring that seals the valve plunger. I took the ball lock apart and replaced the ring. It came loose again and I gave up. I followed my earlier advice and built my own system. Following videos on the web, I cut off the ball lock and replaced it with a simple locking tire air chuck. I chose to use "CTA Tools 1930 Straight Lock-On Air Chuck" which I bought on Amazon. It is simple, industrial, well made, and affordable. I then replaced the Carbonator with a tire inflation stem attached to a standard plastic bottle cap. I used a regular rubber tire stem at first but it could not hold the pressure. Using advice from a beer site video, I bought "Slime 20128 Chrome High Performance Tire Valve Stems 1-1/4" TR 416" which is also available on Amazon. It has a formed rubber gasket on each side of the bottle cap and a nut and washer that allows it to create a tight seal. So far, this setup is working great. I like the fact that it uses proven technology.
The most recent purchase came with a single layer transparent red hose that is extremely stiff and will not fit on a 3/8" barb fitting - even with heating and stretching. It also came with one hose clamp - not two.
As all my gas supply attach points (I have a manifold in my kegerator) are 3/8" hose barb, I am unable to use this without buying a 5/16" fitting - which I am in the process of doing now.
Note that this transparent hose is extremely stiff at room temperature and even stiffer when cold. I have not tried it in my kegerator yet but am guessing the stiffness will be a constant irritant. I will likely end up replacing it at some point.
It gets two stars because the ball lock adapter is good quality.