Well I am very pleased that the basic silicone sealant was strong enough to hold down the not so square 2x4 frame. Its been working nicely. Im very excited, or pleased rather, and fat tire tastes very good on draft. It still feels pretty cool to pour a beverage from my own plumbing of sorts. I used two 35 lb weights to hold it down for two days. It smelled really bad in here while it cured, but the odor is gone now. I had to drill my own holes in the hinges to make the 2x4 work, other wise I would have had to buy some weird cuts of wood to make it work. That was hard to do, since putting the hole exactly where I wanted it to go proved tricky. I dont have a dremel with a cutting disk, but that would have been ideal. In the future I am going to draw a line on the hinges so I know where I can cut, then cut a long slit into the whole so that I can adjust the height according to my need. As it is, the left side sits too low in the back and compresses the stripping there, while in the front onthe same side it sits elevated by 1 mm. It still makes a seal though. Also the wood drifted some while the silicone was curing, and I need to remove the hinges and file off some of the wood on the back, to make it flush with the back of the freezer. The wood protrudes slightly over the back. I will also get some blue loctite(not too strong) and apply to the screws. I believe I will use bolts to secure to the wood, because I just want everything to have a good grip. I still need to apply some kind of insulation. Overall Im very pleased and feel quite thankful that I have this luxurious beer dispenser in my room. I guess I havent got used to it yet.