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Old 06-05-2012, 05:29 PM   #431
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This is my first time post, however I have been a long time reader. I was wondering if anyone had the sketchup file (google's sketch program... I think it's sketchup) for this keezer. It's absolutely incredible and would like to use this as a template. PM me if you do and I will send you my email. Excellent job jester!

 
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Old 06-05-2012, 05:34 PM   #432
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This is my first time post, however I have been a long time reader. I was wondering if anyone had the sketchup file (google's sketch program... I think it's sketchup) for this keezer. It's absolutely incredible and would like to use this as a template. PM me if you do and I will send you my email. Excellent job jester!
all i did was pm jester and ask if he would mind sending them and he did. he is really nice.

 
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Old 10-20-2012, 11:24 AM   #433
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Ok, so slowly running this thing to ground!

Here is the top (without the coffin) attached to the freezer, held up with a prop.



Here is what it will look like assembled - the boards on top of the coffin have not been attached. Once the glue has fully cured, they will be attached.
How does this get attached to the freezer? Did you just glue it the freezer door? If so, what type of glue did you use? Standard construction adhesive? Sorry for my noobness. I'm completely new to this and this seems like an amazing project that I would like to integrate into my bar. There is a lot to read here. Do you have a link for the plans? Does it matter what freezer you use? I have a GE 7.0 cubic freezer(FCM7SUWW) and would like to try this with your project with a 3 tap system. 1 - 1/2 keg and 2 cornies(at least that's what I think they are called).

 
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Old 10-20-2012, 03:21 PM   #434
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No, it's not glued on. Somewhere in the thread I detail how it goes on, but it's basically bolted on. I think if you search 'blind nuts' or 't nuts' you should find pictures of how I attached it.

I don't have a link to plans, but if you PM your email address I'll send you the files I have.
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Old 10-20-2012, 10:14 PM   #435
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No, it's not glued on. Somewhere in the thread I detail how it goes on, but it's basically bolted on. I think if you search 'blind nuts' or 't nuts' you should find pictures of how I attached it.

I don't have a link to plans, but if you PM your email address I'll send you the files I have.
PM Sent....Thanks man...

 
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Old 02-01-2013, 03:20 AM   #436
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Would you say it was over or under $1000?
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Would you say it was over or under $1000?
Over, for sure. Not by a lot, but certainly over.
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Old 02-01-2013, 03:36 AM   #438
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Over, for sure. Not by a lot, but certainly over.
Thanks. I'm looking to do a similar project!
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:59 PM   #439
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2) Position the drip tray better. On mine, it's a little too far back. A glass sitting directly under the tap straddles the drip tray on mine.
Would you move it out an 1" or 1/2"?
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Would you move it out an 1" or 1/2"?
1" if I remember right.
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