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Old 11-24-2010, 01:58 PM   #2171
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Wow, lots of great ideas in here!

I finally got the drip trays and the shelf installed on my beast. I think it works pretty slick.



What did you use to make your drip tray attach? i have to do this on my freezer soon... looks awesome!
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Old 11-24-2010, 02:08 PM   #2172
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What did you use to make your drip tray attach? i have to do this on my freezer soon... looks awesome!
Thanks! I used adjustable shelving to hook into the freezer collar.
So a lot like this, but i cut out the drip try template from the top nicer piece of wood so they wouldn't slide and so they could be easily removed and cleaned.
I also made sure to screw the two pieces of wood together, to prevent sliding.

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Old 11-25-2010, 05:37 AM   #2173
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Thanks! I used adjustable shelving to hook into the freezer collar.
So a lot like this, but i cut out the drip try template from the top nicer piece of wood so they wouldn't slide and so they could be easily removed and cleaned.
I also made sure to screw the two pieces of wood together, to prevent sliding.

awesome, thanks for the info!
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Old 11-25-2010, 06:03 PM   #2174
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Nothing special but it works and I made it myself. Built it for around $150


Put Casters on it so I can move it from in my garage to the backyard for bbq

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Old 11-30-2010, 03:12 AM   #2175
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here's some pics of mine...freezer was free and ugly, some paint, cheap wood, burnt it with a torch, made a platform for it on casters...now enjoying cold beer I already had the faucets from previous lot purchases, eventually i'll have all 7 faucets installed and upgraded to perlicks.





when i dragged it home....it was FREE

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Old 11-30-2010, 03:43 AM   #2176
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Holiday 7.0 with perlicks, Love controller and red oak.

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Old 11-30-2010, 04:27 AM   #2177
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Freezer on top is a red flag. Some you can carefully bend down, others you don't have to worry about (the freezer is just a shelf), and some other others you can't really safely bend the freezer plate down.
I held out for a mini fridge on CL to not have a freezer, it took almost a month of waiting to find it though.
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I have a mini-fridge not being used anymore in my basement (guess why).

The freezer was a "U"-shaped shelf on top that was screwed to the inner sides of the refrigerator. It had plastic lines, so I assumed that I could unscrew it and bend it down so it was flush with the back wall. I got it bent down to about a 45 degree angle when I heard the dreaded hissing.... now I've been stuck thinking weather to fix it or other uses for it so I don't have to pay a disposal fee...
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GE 7.0 - Finally finished!

Nice job. Nice work showing off Yazoo!
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