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Old 01-19-2010, 12:50 AM   #1
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Has anyone here used the Frigidaire 5.0 cu. ft. chest freezer for a keezer, or does anyone know what it looks like inside and whether you could put 3 corny's inside plus a CO2 tank?


http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Frigidaire+-+5.0+Cu.+Ft.+Chest+Freezer+-+White/7730048.p?id=1140392383659&skuId=7730048

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Old 01-19-2010, 01:02 AM   #2
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Has anyone here used the Frigidaire 5.0 cu. ft. chest freezer for a keezer, or does anyone know what it looks like inside and whether you could put 3 corny's inside plus a CO2 tank?


http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Frigidaire+-+5.0+Cu.+Ft.+Chest+Freezer+-+White/7730048.p?id=1140392383659&skuId=7730048

I looked at one similar to this at sams club. i recommend a 7 cu. ft freezer. thats what i purchased. it can fit 3 pin lock and 10lb co2 tank easily.
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I don't mind a tight fit. But I live in a 350 sq ft studio apartment, so I have to use the smallest freezer possible. I'd rather put a collar on than have a relatively wide and bulky freezer. From the specs I have seen, a 5-5.2 cf freezer will be about the max I can use. So I have to find one I can order online, and one that will allow for 3 ball lock corny's and a 5# CO2 tank.

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with a collar you can prob fit 3 with a co2 tank but i cant say for certain. whats your email and ill send you a pic of mine.

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with a collar you can prob fit 3 with a co2 tank but i cant say for certain. whats your email and ill send you a pic of mine.
Zimman, I sent you a private msg with my email address. Thanks!
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Any update on this? I am wondering the actual dimensions of the frididaire 5.0 cu. ft. from best buy (mine doesn't have it in store).

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