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Old 04-06-2009, 02:28 PM   #1
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Hey all, I want to install a duel tap on a chest freezer with a temp regulator; this will be my first time doing it though and I just want to make sure this size chest freezer will do the trick. Thanks for your input!

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Old 04-06-2009, 02:34 PM   #2
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ah, I'll try and post the pics differently

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Alright sorry for the problem. I posted the pictures in my gallery on my profile. They are the only two pictures I have posted and they are under the refrigerators and kegerators title. Thanks for the advice guys.

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Do you know what size it is? It looks pretty big, and from the pics I think it will hold quite a few.

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Not sure what size it is yet, does it look tall enough to fit a corny? It looks like a similar size to the kegerator in your profile pic McKBrew.

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A corny keg is about 25" tall. If you have that much height inside you should be fine. If not, put a collar on it.

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