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Old 11-16-2012, 12:33 AM   #1
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Default For Sale - FS: mini-fridge (or freezer) under-counter units commerical

Well, I picked up (10-ten)... U-LINE 15R Under-counter Fridge/or FREEZER units thinking that I could sell them to home-brewers in Indiana on craigslist. Either the market is saturated or folks do not realize what I have. These are not 'dorm' fridges, they are used in commercial applications and retail over $1000 each.

I was hoping to sell them at $100 each but at this point I am willing to do whatever it takes to make some space in my garage (I am remodeling!!!).

I will sell 6-of these for now. I figure I want to keep 3-4 of them since they are perfect for 1-unit corney keg size kegerators. I am using one right now and a 5# tank w/normal regulator + the corney keg fit nicely inside after removing the trays on the door. You could do the same.

Secondly, I am keeping one for a fermenting chamber cold supply. Being that these are beefy in nature, and actually can serve as a total freezer, they are perfect for this application too.

Can I ship any? Sure, we can figure out shipping. I would prefer to meet folks in or near Indiana (I travel often in neighboring states and could make something happen too). I live near Indianapolis.

Email if interested at all-- we can make a deal!!!




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Old 11-16-2012, 01:22 AM   #2
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I'm interested,,,,, ship it to 92065?

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Check your pm....interested and local.

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I live just a bit over the IN/MI. So if you head up I69 at all I might be interested.

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I live just a bit over the IN/MI. So if you head up I69 at all I might be interested.
I am in northern IN often and travel 69-- therefore, I will let you know the next time (maybe next few weeks?) I am in route.

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I am in northern IN often and travel 69-- therefore, I will let you know the next time (maybe next few weeks?) I am in route.

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Sounds good - hopefully the timing will work out.
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Well, I picked up (10-ten)... U-LINE 15R Under-counter Fridge/or FREEZER units thinking that I could sell them to home-brewers in Indiana on craigslist. Either the market is saturated or folks do not realize what I have. These are not 'dorm' fridges, they are used in commercial applications and retail over $1000 each.

I was hoping to sell them at $100 each but at this point I am willing to do whatever it takes to make some space in my garage (I am remodeling!!!).

I will sell 6-of these for now. I figure I want to keep 3-4 of them since they are perfect for 1-unit corney keg size kegerators. I am using one right now and a 5# tank w/normal regulator + the corney keg fit nicely inside after removing the trays on the door. You could do the same.

Secondly, I am keeping one for a fermenting chamber cold supply. Being that these are beefy in nature, and actually can serve as a total freezer, they are perfect for this application too.

Can I ship any? Sure, we can figure out shipping. I would prefer to meet folks in or near Indiana (I travel often in neighboring states and could make something happen too). I live near Indianapolis.

Email if interested at all-- we can make a deal!!!

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Will a carboy/fermentation bucket fit in one of these?

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Will a carboy/fermentation bucket fit in one of these?
I am not sure about a carboy.. but my fermentation bucket does not fit (barely too big). That said, they are perfect for a corny keg + 5# co2 tank setup if used as a kegerator. Probably well suited for a fermentation chamber cold air supply as well.
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I'm curious on shipping to 11762...

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