I thought I would share my first real DIY project with you guys.
I started with a Danby 4.4 cu. ft. refrigerator. Purchased from Wal Mart.
I removed the plastic door piece, and had a piece of plywood cut to the same dimensions. after spray painting it white I replaced the rubber boarder and installed it in the door.
Here I'm using a hole saw to drill through the top of the unit for the tubing. It is very slow going when cutting through the metal top.
The two Cornelius kegs and CO2 canister and manifold that will be going in the fridge.
Measure twice cut once and drink home brew while your work... I think thats how it goes. anyway Im making measurements and reference points to center the tap tower.
Here is a top down view. with waterproof tape lining the hole to keep moisture out of the exposed insulation.
Im making marks for drilling pilot holes for securing the tap.
Here I am tightening the bolts from up under. I found out you need longer bolts than what come with the tap so this is right after an unplanned midnight run to wally world for some 2 1/2 in #10 bolts and washers.
here it is all done with kegs tucked away in their new home.
The first test pour of warm flat beer... Tastes like success.
It was a lot of fun and certainly wont be my last project.