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Old 05-29-2012, 05:26 PM   #571
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My stand up keezer just poured its last pint as it wasn't holding temperature below 55*. Hope I can get the Maytag 14.8 when it goes on sale. They haven't dropped it below $400 in a while, but I saw it as cheap as 299 within the past year, if it gets to that price, I am going to have to buy it. Shooting myself for jot picking it up at that price when I saw it!

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Old 05-30-2012, 01:58 PM   #572
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Hey ya'll.

Put my keezer together with a Frigidaire 8.8 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer (Color: White)
Item #: 90724 Model #: LFFC09M5HW from Lowe's.

There wasn't too much info out there about this freezer (many people refer to it at a 9 cu. ft.), but I was pretty sure from poking around on HBT that I'd be able to get 6 kegs in there. I ended up being able to fit 7!

For visual proof, here's a picture with seven kegs, four on the floor, and three more on the hump (one is barely on the hump, and could probably be pushed to the floor, but why bother). I opted to keep my CO2 tank outside the keezer.

This thing has been great, I can serve four beers and carb up three more that are on deck!

Hope this helps out anyone looking at this particular chest freezer.
Thanks for posting this. I've decided to do a keezer build with a collar for now and have been eyeing this freezer. I think I'm going to pick it up today at Lowe's since it's on sale for $287.10.

Eventually I'm going to build a coffin to match my humi I built in 2008/2009.


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Old 06-14-2012, 02:41 AM   #573
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I read somewhere that the GE 7.0 from Sam's doesn't fit four on the floor, but the Home Depot version does. Is this correct?

Any other suggestions for fitting four on the floor at around the $200 price point? I'll be building a collar, but would like to get four on the floor.

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Old 06-14-2012, 03:07 AM   #574
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My Haier 7.1 cuft HCM071AW from HH Gregg easily fits 4 on the floor.

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Old 06-16-2012, 12:58 PM   #575
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Have the holiday 5.0 from lowes. Have 2 cornies in there now. Want to swap one of the cornies for a commercial sanke 1/4 barrel. In checking the sizing I am concerned that it will not fit by about an inch.
Has anyone need able to fit a corny and sanke in the same unit?I guess I might be able to squeeze them all in if I build a collar on it. Would prefer to keep it stock.

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Old 06-16-2012, 10:59 PM   #576
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I read somewhere that the GE 7.0 from Sam's doesn't fit four on the floor, but the Home Depot version does. Is this correct?

Any other suggestions for fitting four on the floor at around the $200 price point? I'll be building a collar, but would like to get four on the floor.
Wondering this same think. I'm now contemplating buying 2 7.0 cu ft freezers, one for a 4 tap freezer and the other as a fermentation chamber if they can hold 2 carboys. It actually works out to the same price as a 14 cu ft but it will save a lot more with electricity since they won't both be on all the time.
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I've been waiting for a good deal at the big box stores but can't wait any longer. I've outgrown my upright beer-fridge in the garage and need more space ASAP! I think I'll pull the trigger on the Frigidaire 14.8 - it's on sale for $395 at Lowes.

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I've been waiting for a good deal at the big box stores but can't wait any longer. I've outgrown my upright beer-fridge in the garage and need more space ASAP! I think I'll pull the trigger on the Frigidaire 14.8 - it's on sale for $395 at Lowes.
Decent price! Wish I could do the same but I have home depot gift cards!
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Can anyone confirm that the GE 7.0 cu. Ft. Freezer from Home Depot can fit 4 ball locks on the floor? I am considering it and would be building a collar so height doesn't matter.

Also, can you fit 2 6.5 gallon better bottles or ale pails in this same freezer? I may get 2 of them, one for a keezer and one for a fermentation chamber...

http://www.homedepot.com/Appliances-...&storeId=10051

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Can anyone confirm that the GE 7.0 cu. Ft. Freezer from Home Depot can fit 4 ball locks on the floor? I am considering it and would be building a collar so height doesn't matter.
I was just hoping to confirm the same thing when I saw the deal to get it for $168. There is a GE 7.0 cf model shown on page 1 but I dont know how old that is or if it has changed at all.
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