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A bit of google-fu turned up this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xX6CVCD33OE No commentary, not exactly clear, and the thing looks almost homebrewer-proof, but it might help. Good luck! As for re-installing the spear/closing up the keg, no doubt there's a tool available if you're willing to pay the price (and perhaps qualify to purchase one). For ...
You could try Kegtrak.com Its a simple solution. You can just use the Tags or use the app for more detailed storage of information.
The current going prices for reconditioned kegs are closer to $60-70/ea on other sites, a bit less if you're willing to put up with cut handles or other minor deficiencies. $40/keg is a good deal. $12/keg is too good to be true. :)
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