I've got the Danby 4.4 that I've been using as a kegerator for a while now using picnic taps in the fridge but it's time to put on some tap handles. I have a small apartment and the only place the fridge can fit is under a shelf, so a tower is right out. I want to put two tap handles on the door of the fridge, but the surface is slightly curved so a flush mount is not possible without modification.
Has anyone here ever done this? I did some searching for Danby fridge mods but didn't see anything that solved this particular problem. I have some ideas but nothing that seems ideal.
I've removed the door panel from the inside of the fridge and installed a sheet of acrylic so there's a solid backing from the inside. Other than that it's mostly stock. I'm using 2.5 and 3 gal cornies with an external C02 tank, btw.
Another problem I foresee is the danger of knocking open or snagging on the handles and spraying beer all over my living room floor. I've had it happen when a cobra tap got stuck open inside the fridge and the results were not pretty! Is there any way to positively lock the taps closed?