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Old 12-19-2012, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default For Sale - For sale: single corny kegerator parts - unline under counter unit.

I have posted this in the past and was not ready and did not have the information needed to sell a few of these off.

Here is my story and I am sticking to it.

I went to an auction 4-months ago, and saw qty 10 ULINE refrigerators. All are under-counter, compact units. These units retail for over $1100 each, made by U-line and came from a commercial concession operation.

They would make wonderful single corny-kegerators (that is what I am using them for now), or you can harvest the components and use them for your fermenting chambers.

I need to move them and get my investment back on them, and therefore going to price them with a few options.

1.) $50.00 AS-IS -- but I will test to make sure it works fine. This means you will get the cabinet/all parts intact, but do NOT have a working temp-control (this is likely why they were sold at auction). Again, I will test and not sell junk.
2.) $80 Working-- I will install a generic temp control unit, and you can convert it to work with a single corny. It fits the corny and a 5# co2 tank nicely.

For those who just want the cooling guts, I would entertain this as well since it will save on shipping $ for you. However, I have not done this yet, but think it will be a 30-min hack for me to cut the parts out and get ready for shipping. I would test the compressor & cooling ability before shipping out. I do not want to sell friends any junk.

My goal is to recover my investment so I can buy more brewing supplies. These ULINE units still sell for hundreds on ebay, but I just do not want to screw with re-furbing them for the general public.

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Do you have any idea what shipping would be?

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Old 12-19-2012, 09:30 PM   #3
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Would dimensions allow this to hold a bucket w/airlock for fermenting?

Only about 1.5 hrs from you

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Cost to ship to 72401? PM sent

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Possibly interested in just the cooling guts depending on cost+shipping to 37411.

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Shiping to 18634

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I'm curious about shipping to 11762!

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Would dimensions allow this to hold a bucket w/airlock for fermenting?

Only about 1.5 hrs from you
No, it is just big enough for a corny keg + co2. I tried with a bucket. I have also used a corny keg as a fermenter in this and it works well! I do have some extra cornys that I can sell if interested in a combo.
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Should I quote the shipping with the cabinet or just the cooling parts? I would imagine that cooling parts only would save some shipping fees.
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Keg 1: redFLYER (IRISH RED)
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