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I'm in! This giveaway is a big one.
Posted in thread: GE 7 CF (FCM7SUWW) keezer conversion on 09-09-2012 at 06:12 AM
Jabobs - is that one moulding or did you put three together to make that?On the collar for the
top? Its one piece of trim. I got it at home depot.
Posted in thread: GE 7 CF (FCM7SUWW) keezer conversion on 09-04-2012 at 03:19 AM
Why not take the top back off? Did you glue it in addition to those angle brackets?What
dimension did you size the top too if not the outside? The inside then? I was going to
duplicate the dimensions ...
Posted in thread: GE 7 CF (FCM7SUWW) keezer conversion on 08-25-2012 at 04:47 AM
So --- Everything was moving along real nice, until now when I realized how much of a mistake
it was not insulating the collar with the foam board BEFORE I mounted the top to the collar.
Posted in thread: GE 7 CF (FCM7SUWW) keezer conversion on 08-22-2012 at 01:10 AM
Thanks Guys ---- good input.I just threw one more coat of poly on the inside of the collar, I'm
going to consider that the last one.I have 2" high density insulation board to mount to the
inside of th...
Posted in thread: GE 7 CF (FCM7SUWW) keezer conversion on 08-21-2012 at 05:37 PM
For any of you that have had your keezer up and running for awhile now, how is the moisture
level inside where the collar is?I'm trying to decide how many coats of polyurethane is
enough.I'm using a M...
Posted in thread: 1/4 inch pipe nipple left hand thread on 08-21-2012 at 02:07 AM
Picked it up from midwest. only $3 but $6 in shipping, so not so great but gotta get this
project done.Unfortunately they didnt have a left hand threaded plug, nor did Home Depot. So i
used that as an...
Posted in thread: 1/4 inch pipe nipple left hand thread on 08-20-2012 at 03:41 PM
I bought a 3 gauge Taprite regulator, but then needed a 4th regulator added on. The 3 gauge one
is all normal right hand threads, but the new also Taprite brand add on Gauge is left hand
threaded. So ...
Posted in thread: GE 7 CF (FCM7SUWW) keezer conversion on 08-17-2012 at 03:19 PM
I drilled the holes for the hinges last night and did a dry run.I have them reinforced with
some small steel plates, but this thing still feels a little sketchy with it being made out of
pine, though ...
Posted in thread: GE 7 CF (FCM7SUWW) keezer conversion on 08-15-2012 at 08:51 PM
Question for anyone: Does anyone use a GFCI for their keezer? I'm worried in the long run about
the bilge blower which is simply ghetto-wired into a PSU. Just don't want to take any chances
of a fire ...