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Old 02-11-2010, 07:59 PM   #11
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Question, how are you dealing with the situation where "H" is a radius? Most of the freezers with just a corner for the compressor aren't squared off. If mine was, I don't think I could get a fourth keg in it.
After the "H" measurement, it is indicated if the 1/2 step is rounded. (I would actually assume that most 1/2 steps are?)
I could add a measurement for the radius if that would help...

What freezer do you have? Can you provide these measurements?
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What does the primary pressure gauge on the tank tell us? That's right, the temperature. Put it on a scale if you want to know how much is in it...
Put some duct tape over the gauge - Or better yet - Replace the high pressure gauge with a plug - High pressure gauges are useless!
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Old 02-11-2010, 08:28 PM   #12
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After the "H" measurement, it is indicated if the 1/2 step is rounded. (I would actually assume that most 1/2 steps are?)
I could add a measurement for the radius if that would help...

What freezer do you have? Can you provide these measurements?
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I didn't see that before. The "H" value would be the radius, so there's no need for a separate measurement.

I can't provide anything off the top of my head. I'll try to remember to check it when I get home tonight.
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Questions:
What is the actual model number?
How many corny's fit on the floor?
How many corny's fit if you add a collar?
Is the compressor hump on the right or left side of the freezer?

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Not sure what the model # is. The compressor shelf is on the right. Two cornies fit on the floor, and four ball lock's will barely squeeze in if a tall collar is used, but that doesn't leave much room for anything else. It will only fit 3 pin lock kegs. There is a recent thread here that shows one with 4 ball locks and a 5# tank, but he had to wedge them in, and said the tank created a slight dent in the freezer wall. I'm in the process of my keezer build right now, and hope to fit 3 ball locks and a 20# tank.
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Old 02-12-2010, 12:37 AM   #14
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Wallet size would be a little tough, as I hope this turns into quite a long list! It would be great to get everyone with a keezer to add their dimensions to this thread, until we have inside dimensions of just about any freezer one might run across on Craigslist.
Sorry, what I meant by a wallet card is one with your pics showing the dimensions needed, and room to note the dimensions of few freezer's worth until you get home to enter them here. So when you're in a store and notice a freezer you can measure for everyone's benefit.
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Ooooo Good idea!
I'll see what I can do

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What does the primary pressure gauge on the tank tell us? That's right, the temperature. Put it on a scale if you want to know how much is in it...
Put some duct tape over the gauge - Or better yet - Replace the high pressure gauge with a plug - High pressure gauges are useless!
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Frigidaire 7 cu ft

A = 35 3/4"
B = 16 1/4"
C= 29"
D = 25"
E = 10"
F= 10 3/4"
G = 18 3/4"
H = n/a - the hump is a full one not a half and is on the LEFT side

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Put some duct tape over the gauge - Or better yet - Replace the high pressure gauge with a plug - High pressure gauges are useless!
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Black and Decker 5.3 cubic foot model BFE53 - bought at Walmart for $150. Modeling shows that 2 corneys can fit comfortably on the floor and 4 can fit with a collar (as long as at least 2 of the corneys are ball locks). note I've only modeled the fit of the kegs - I haven't actually tried them in there yet...

A: 25 3/4"
B: 15 3/8"
C: 25 1/2"
D: 16 3/4"
E: 8 1/4"
F: 8 15/16"
G: 17 1/4"
H: Hump is full depth

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GE 7.0 CF Model FCM7SUBWW from Home Depot

A- 31 1/4"
B- 15 1/8"
C- 27 3/4"
D- 23 5/8"
E- 9 1/2"
F- 7 5/8"
G- 18 1/4"
H- 15 1/8" Right Side Full Width

4 Corneys on floor with CO2 outside or CO2 on hump with Collar (maybe one more keg on hump, too)

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Frigidaire 9.0 cu ft from Lowes
Model # LFFC09M5HWL

A - 35 3/4"
B - 16 5/16"
C - 28" (measures 28 3/4" and 3/4" of lid recesses into freezer body)
D - 24 3/4"
E - 10"
F - 11"
G - 18" (measures 18 3/4" and 3/4" of lid recesses into freezer body)
H - N/A
1/4 round N/A

Step is on left

Only have 2 Ball Lock kegs, but using cut outs, appears that 5 will fit on the bottom with 2 on the hump with a collar.

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