Hi all of you Keezer Kats!
I just installed two 4 inch shanks into an 18' Upright Keezer. They are going through the door since there are coils on the sides. I can't seem to tighten them up enough because it just keeps compressing the door liner and insulation. I don't want to keep going and completely pinch it down which would kill the R Value in the door. I was thinking about mounting a piece of plywood on the inside but would like to hear what the rest of you think.
- How big of a piece of plywood do I need?
- What is the best way to attach it to the inside of the door?
- Do I need to take off the liner or can I mount right on top?
Thanks for your thoughts. I know the vertical keezer is not done much around here but it had many options for me. The first was it was the quickest way to get keg to glass. Meaning there was no big keezer build required. Second is that with the height I can probably fit 10-12 Cornys in this baby. Lastly, when I convert to a real keezer at some point down the line this will make a great fermentation chamber.
Pics will follow.