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Old 03-21-2012, 08:38 PM   #11
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Here is a pic of mine. The OSB is under the 3/16" inch oak cabinet backing. The cabinet backing was left over from a kitchen remodel. Chalkboard paint on the freezer. Co2 is sitting in a tray attached to the back of the base. Base is on wheels.


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Old 03-28-2012, 04:35 AM   #12
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nice. I made my cart already and plan to do chalkboard paint too. Because of funding (or lack thereof) I'll make the collar, but will continue to use picnic faucets for now. I can always add faucet holes later.

Did any of you use insulation panels like people have in the larger keezers? I've noticed that people who do small (under 6") collars don't use it


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Old 03-28-2012, 05:07 AM   #13
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nice. I made my cart already and plan to do chalkboard paint too. Because of funding (or lack thereof) I'll make the collar, but will continue to use picnic faucets for now. I can always add faucet holes later.

Did any of you use insulation panels like people have in the larger keezers? I've noticed that people who do small (under 6") collars don't use it
I use some. It was cheap. I didn't bother doing anything too incredibly fancy with it, just cut a length on each side to rough-size and glued it to the wood.
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that's the styrofoam looking panel right? that way it's cut to size.
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Yeah. It was a blue color that's like styrofoam. Scored it with a knife and then it snapped in half.


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