Sorry for not following-up sooner.
Here are some pictures of my build. I actually ruptured a freon line with a hole saw. Do not, I repeat DO NOT use a hole saw on the top of these fridges. Start from the bottom up from inside the fridge so you can see the lines as you clear the insulation.
Without further a due:
Cut freon line.
Here is the new fridge. Notice how I started from the bottom (inside) up. Added some metallic tape to keep the insulation sealed.
After I found where the freon lines where, I pealed back the the metal just enough to get the beer lines through.
Took apart a pallet to make a makeshift counter. Here it is prepping for screws.
You must remove the tray holders from the inside so that the corny kegs can fit side by side (it's a close fit!)
Cutting a hole into the pallet counter using a hole saw. No freon lines here to worry about
Finished! Fits two corny kegs and a 5lb CO2 tank perfectly!
If you guys have any questions, feel free to ask!