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  1. #40
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    Kewl retreat Litchmo, I'll be over later this afternoon. I can't get a flight any earlier !!!

  2. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by logdoc_rob View Post
    Kewl retreat Litchmo, I'll be over later this afternoon. I can't get a flight any earlier !!!
    Thanks dont be in to much of a hurry to catch a flight the taper is still empty the boss (aka my wife) is giving me grease and oil about refilling it but I'll break her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benncool View Post
    Back in the day. I decided that I would build a keg cooler also. Got an old refrigerator. "How old was it????" Well it still had the old latch type handle on it.

    The thing worked great. I had it out on my patio. Friends would come over and we'd have a beer or two.

    My wife was busy one day. My 3 year old son wanted her to do something. She and he had a little arguement. He went off all mad and crying. After awhile things got quick and she went to check on him. She could not find him any were. Now she is in a panic. "Richard, Richard were are you?" she is calling all through the house. Finally she heard a little voice,"I'm in here"
    "where is in here?" "In the beer."

    She quickly swung open the door and there he was wedged in the little space between the keg and the evaporator. Less then a foot of room. Fortunately, the gasket were kind of worn and with him pushing against the door gave him enough air to survive.
    But I hate the thoughts of what could have happened.

    The door came off and the thing went in the dump. It was can beer after that.

    Just keep this story in mind if you are designing your own rig and it will be in a garage or basement etc.
    Now that is a scary thought! Glad he was OK.
    I r the king of the world!...or at least I get to stand on the roof and look down on the rest of yall

  4. #43
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    I made one out of a freezer, it cost me less than $400, I changed the t-stat to a cooler stat, I keep my beer around 33F, cant do that with a store bought unit.


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    Ok when can I get a draft beer.
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    To much white s$#@
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    This is what I want nice and warm and cool beer
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    Can you tell I have cabin fervor

  6. #45
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    Quote Originally Posted by Litchmo View Post
    Ok when can I get a draft beer.
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    To much white s$#@
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    This is what I want nice and warm and cool beer
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    Can you tell I have cabin fervor


    Yah!! doesn't that suck! Right now I have a little over a ton of wood pellets left on my back deck. When they are gone then--- let the party begin.

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    I guess I shouldn't be a complainer you guys out east got it worse than us this winter.

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