How many kegs in a keezer?
  • J_ReeJ_Ree
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    So lets take this keg convo outside?
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  • flyfisherwesflyfisherwes
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    how would it be too short? its 28 or a little more to the rim then the lid has a depression in it which makes it even taller. I'm not making a collar because the lid mechanism is pretty good... it holds itself open.
  • C_BC_B
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    how would it be too short? its 28 or a little more to the rim then the lid has a depression in it which makes it even taller. I'm not making a collar because the lid mechanism is pretty good... it holds itself open.


    I was referring to it being too short on the hump for a keg. Sounds like you have plenty of room for enough kegs. I would put the co2 on the hump and keep all the plumming inside.On ball lock kegs you don't need any extra room for the QD's once they are attached and the line is out of the way.
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  • flyfisherwesflyfisherwes
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    I should still have room for some canned yuengling premium for the nights where everyone is out to drink 10+ beers. I cant afford to give them all homebrew to get wasted
  • LothosLothos
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    how would it be too short? its 28 or a little more to the rim then the lid has a depression in it which makes it even taller. I'm not making a collar because the lid mechanism is pretty good... it holds itself open.



    dosnt matter if theres room the collar is for mounting taps on to drill through so you dont hit a freon line in the cooler base. It still will open great you just mount the lid with the springs and the hinges on the spacer
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  • LothosLothos
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    how would it be too short? its 28 or a little more to the rim then the lid has a depression in it which makes it even taller. I'm not making a collar because the lid mechanism is pretty good... it holds itself open.



    looks like its a bunch of party taps. or a tap stand on the lid
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    Lothos said:

    how would it be too short? its 28 or a little more to the rim then the lid has a depression in it which makes it even taller. I'm not making a collar because the lid mechanism is pretty good... it holds itself open.



    looks like its a bunch of party taps. or a tap stand on the lid


    you could install a collar just for the front to hold the taps, then two wedge shaped pieces on the sides so that the lid lies flush.
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  • C_BC_B
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    Lothos said:

    how would it be too short? its 28 or a little more to the rim then the lid has a depression in it which makes it even taller. I'm not making a collar because the lid mechanism is pretty good... it holds itself open.



    looks like its a bunch of party taps. or a tap stand on the lid


    you could install a collar just for the front to hold the taps, then two wedge shaped pieces on the sides so that the lid lies flush.

    This would be pretty cool looking.
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  • flyfisherwesflyfisherwes
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    I was just gonna drill the side. I'm sure not every side has coolant lines, right?
  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    I was just gonna drill the side. I'm sure not every side has coolant lines, right?



    maybe not, but how would you know?
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  • LothosLothos
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    I was just gonna drill the side. I'm sure not every side has coolant lines, right?



    maybe not, but how would you know?


    well you might get lucky and miss the coolent lines and ya might be buying a new freezer
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  • C_BC_B
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    A rudimentary way to find the coolant lines is to turn the freezer on the coldest setting and come back in an hour or so. The sides with lines should be warm. The only sure bet is a collar or a tower off the lid. But that has its own set of costs and problems.
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  • ThymThym
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    Take a few pictures of the freezer from all around it. (And post them here)
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  • LothosLothos
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    A rudimentary way to find the coolant lines is to turn the freezer on the coldest setting and come back in an hour or so. The sides with lines should be warm. The only sure bet is a collar or a tower off the lid. But that has its own set of costs and problems.



    2 x 4 or 2 x 6 es and screws and a little food grade silicone not that much cost
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    Lothos said:

    A rudimentary way to find the coolant lines is to turn the freezer on the coldest setting and come back in an hour or so. The sides with lines should be warm. The only sure bet is a collar or a tower off the lid. But that has its own set of costs and problems.



    2 x 4 or 2 x 6 es and screws and a little food grade silicone not that much cost


    compared to the cost of the shanks and faucets, it's nothing at all.
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  • C_dubbs said:

    This discussion was created from comments split from: Narnia.



    What is Narnia?
  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    C_dubbs said:

    This discussion was created from comments split from: Narnia.



    What is Narnia?


    ask your local librarian.
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  • BenvarineBenvarine
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    The Lion, the witch and the wardrobe I believe. I read so long ago I can't remember. I started watching The Chronicles of Narnia movie years ago and was wondering why it seemed so familiar.
  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    Benvarine said:

    The Lion, the witch and the wardrobe I believe. I read so long ago I can't remember. I started watching The Chronicles of Narnia movie years ago and was wondering why it seemed so familiar.



    The chronicles of Narnia are a collection of books by C.S. Lewis.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Chronicles_of_Narnia

    They've made the first three books into movies, but there are four more to go. The last book will never make it into film, way too preachy.

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  • frydogbrewsfrydogbrews
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    c.s. lewis = crazy christian!
  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    c.s. lewis = crazy christian!



    yep. that's why i like him. :bz
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