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ikoniak 04-11-2013 08:46 PM

9 Attachment(s)

Sorry for not following-up sooner.

Here are some pictures of my build. I actually ruptured a freon line with a hole saw. Do not, I repeat DO NOT use a hole saw on the top of these fridges. Start from the bottom up from inside the fridge so you can see the lines as you clear the insulation.

Without further a due:

Cut freon line.
Attachment 114810


Here is the new fridge. Notice how I started from the bottom (inside) up. Added some metallic tape to keep the insulation sealed.
Attachment 114811



After I found where the freon lines where, I pealed back the the metal just enough to get the beer lines through.
Attachment 114813



Took apart a pallet to make a makeshift counter. Here it is prepping for screws.
Attachment 114812



You must remove the tray holders from the inside so that the corny kegs can fit side by side (it's a close fit!)
Attachment 114814



Cutting a hole into the pallet counter using a hole saw. No freon lines here to worry about
Attachment 114815



Coming together.
Attachment 114816



Finished! Fits two corny kegs and a 5lb CO2 tank perfectly!
Attachment 114817



First pour!
Attachment 114818



If you guys have any questions, feel free to ask!


ikoniak 04-11-2013 08:46 PM

9 Attachment(s)

Sorry for not following-up sooner.

Here are some pictures of my build. I actually ruptured a freon line with a hole saw. Do not, I repeat DO NOT use a hole saw on the top of these fridges. Start from the bottom up from inside the fridge so you can see the lines as you clear the insulation.

Without further a due:

Cut freon line.
Attachment 114810


Here is the new fridge. Notice how I started from the bottom (inside) up. Added some metallic tape to keep the insulation sealed.
Attachment 114811



After I found where the freon lines where, I pealed back the the metal just enough to get the beer lines through.
Attachment 114813



Took apart a pallet to make a makeshift counter. Here it is prepping for screws.
Attachment 114812



You must remove the tray holders from the inside so that the corny kegs can fit side by side (it's a close fit!)
Attachment 114814



Cutting a hole into the pallet counter using a hole saw. No freon lines here to worry about
Attachment 114815



Coming together.
Attachment 114816



Finished! Fits two corny kegs and a 5lb CO2 tank perfectly!
Attachment 114817



First pour!
Attachment 114818



If you guys have any questions, feel free to ask!


ikoniak 04-11-2013 08:46 PM

9 Attachment(s)

Sorry for not following-up sooner.

Here are some pictures of my build. I actually ruptured a freon line with a hole saw. Do not, I repeat DO NOT use a hole saw on the top of these fridges. Start from the bottom up from inside the fridge so you can see the lines as you clear the insulation.

Without further a due:

Cut freon line.
Attachment 114810


Here is the new fridge. Notice how I started from the bottom (inside) up. Added some metallic tape to keep the insulation sealed.
Attachment 114811



After I found where the freon lines where, I pealed back the the metal just enough to get the beer lines through.
Attachment 114813



Took apart a pallet to make a makeshift counter. Here it is prepping for screws.
Attachment 114812



You must remove the tray holders from the inside so that the corny kegs can fit side by side (it's a close fit!)
Attachment 114814



Cutting a hole into the pallet counter using a hole saw. No freon lines here to worry about
Attachment 114815



Coming together.
Attachment 114816



Finished! Fits two corny kegs and a 5lb CO2 tank perfectly!
Attachment 114817



First pour!
Attachment 114818



If you guys have any questions, feel free to ask!


ikoniak 04-11-2013 08:46 PM

9 Attachment(s)

Sorry for not following-up sooner.

Here are some pictures of my build. I actually ruptured a freon line with a hole saw. Do not, I repeat DO NOT use a hole saw on the top of these fridges. Start from the bottom up from inside the fridge so you can see the lines as you clear the insulation.

Without further a due:

Cut freon line.
Attachment 114810


Here is the new fridge. Notice how I started from the bottom (inside) up. Added some metallic tape to keep the insulation sealed.
Attachment 114811



After I found where the freon lines where, I pealed back the the metal just enough to get the beer lines through.
Attachment 114813



Took apart a pallet to make a makeshift counter. Here it is prepping for screws.
Attachment 114812



You must remove the tray holders from the inside so that the corny kegs can fit side by side (it's a close fit!)
Attachment 114814



Cutting a hole into the pallet counter using a hole saw. No freon lines here to worry about
Attachment 114815



Coming together.
Attachment 114816



Finished! Fits two corny kegs and a 5lb CO2 tank perfectly!
Attachment 114817



First pour!
Attachment 114818



If you guys have any questions, feel free to ask!


ikoniak 04-11-2013 08:46 PM

9 Attachment(s)

Sorry for not following-up sooner.

Here are some pictures of my build. I actually ruptured a freon line with a hole saw. Do not, I repeat DO NOT use a hole saw on the top of these fridges. Start from the bottom up from inside the fridge so you can see the lines as you clear the insulation.

Without further a due:

Cut freon line.
Attachment 114810


Here is the new fridge. Notice how I started from the bottom (inside) up. Added some metallic tape to keep the insulation sealed.
Attachment 114811



After I found where the freon lines where, I pealed back the the metal just enough to get the beer lines through.
Attachment 114813



Took apart a pallet to make a makeshift counter. Here it is prepping for screws.
Attachment 114812



You must remove the tray holders from the inside so that the corny kegs can fit side by side (it's a close fit!)
Attachment 114814



Cutting a hole into the pallet counter using a hole saw. No freon lines here to worry about
Attachment 114815



Coming together.
Attachment 114816



Finished! Fits two corny kegs and a 5lb CO2 tank perfectly!
Attachment 114817



First pour!
Attachment 114818



If you guys have any questions, feel free to ask!


ikoniak 04-11-2013 08:46 PM

9 Attachment(s)

Sorry for not following-up sooner.

Here are some pictures of my build. I actually ruptured a freon line with a hole saw. Do not, I repeat DO NOT use a hole saw on the top of these fridges. Start from the bottom up from inside the fridge so you can see the lines as you clear the insulation.

Without further a due:

Cut freon line.
Attachment 114810


Here is the new fridge. Notice how I started from the bottom (inside) up. Added some metallic tape to keep the insulation sealed.
Attachment 114811



After I found where the freon lines where, I pealed back the the metal just enough to get the beer lines through.
Attachment 114813



Took apart a pallet to make a makeshift counter. Here it is prepping for screws.
Attachment 114812



You must remove the tray holders from the inside so that the corny kegs can fit side by side (it's a close fit!)
Attachment 114814



Cutting a hole into the pallet counter using a hole saw. No freon lines here to worry about
Attachment 114815



Coming together.
Attachment 114816



Finished! Fits two corny kegs and a 5lb CO2 tank perfectly!
Attachment 114817



First pour!
Attachment 114818



If you guys have any questions, feel free to ask!


ikoniak 04-11-2013 08:46 PM

9 Attachment(s)

Sorry for not following-up sooner.

Here are some pictures of my build. I actually ruptured a freon line with a hole saw. Do not, I repeat DO NOT use a hole saw on the top of these fridges. Start from the bottom up from inside the fridge so you can see the lines as you clear the insulation.

Without further a due:

Cut freon line.
Attachment 114810


Here is the new fridge. Notice how I started from the bottom (inside) up. Added some metallic tape to keep the insulation sealed.
Attachment 114811



After I found where the freon lines where, I pealed back the the metal just enough to get the beer lines through.
Attachment 114813



Took apart a pallet to make a makeshift counter. Here it is prepping for screws.
Attachment 114812



You must remove the tray holders from the inside so that the corny kegs can fit side by side (it's a close fit!)
Attachment 114814



Cutting a hole into the pallet counter using a hole saw. No freon lines here to worry about
Attachment 114815



Coming together.
Attachment 114816



Finished! Fits two corny kegs and a 5lb CO2 tank perfectly!
Attachment 114817



First pour!
Attachment 114818



If you guys have any questions, feel free to ask!


ikoniak 04-11-2013 08:46 PM

9 Attachment(s)

Sorry for not following-up sooner.

Here are some pictures of my build. I actually ruptured a freon line with a hole saw. Do not, I repeat DO NOT use a hole saw on the top of these fridges. Start from the bottom up from inside the fridge so you can see the lines as you clear the insulation.

Without further a due:

Cut freon line.
Attachment 114810


Here is the new fridge. Notice how I started from the bottom (inside) up. Added some metallic tape to keep the insulation sealed.
Attachment 114811



After I found where the freon lines where, I pealed back the the metal just enough to get the beer lines through.
Attachment 114813



Took apart a pallet to make a makeshift counter. Here it is prepping for screws.
Attachment 114812



You must remove the tray holders from the inside so that the corny kegs can fit side by side (it's a close fit!)
Attachment 114814



Cutting a hole into the pallet counter using a hole saw. No freon lines here to worry about
Attachment 114815



Coming together.
Attachment 114816



Finished! Fits two corny kegs and a 5lb CO2 tank perfectly!
Attachment 114817



First pour!
Attachment 114818



If you guys have any questions, feel free to ask!


ikoniak 04-11-2013 08:46 PM

9 Attachment(s)

Sorry for not following-up sooner.

Here are some pictures of my build. I actually ruptured a freon line with a hole saw. Do not, I repeat DO NOT use a hole saw on the top of these fridges. Start from the bottom up from inside the fridge so you can see the lines as you clear the insulation.

Without further a due:

Cut freon line.
Attachment 114810


Here is the new fridge. Notice how I started from the bottom (inside) up. Added some metallic tape to keep the insulation sealed.
Attachment 114811



After I found where the freon lines where, I pealed back the the metal just enough to get the beer lines through.
Attachment 114813



Took apart a pallet to make a makeshift counter. Here it is prepping for screws.
Attachment 114812



You must remove the tray holders from the inside so that the corny kegs can fit side by side (it's a close fit!)
Attachment 114814



Cutting a hole into the pallet counter using a hole saw. No freon lines here to worry about
Attachment 114815



Coming together.
Attachment 114816



Finished! Fits two corny kegs and a 5lb CO2 tank perfectly!
Attachment 114817



First pour!
Attachment 114818



If you guys have any questions, feel free to ask!


val214 11-12-2013 10:19 PM

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I just winged it and started my hole from the inside out and quickly realized that there are free on lines running through the top and bottom. Let me tell you it was stressful. But got it done



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