I have a mid size upright freezer and the tubes for the freon run through the wire shelves. That makes turning it into a keezer or tap box a little more difficult. You must make sure that you do not crack or crink a line or the system will not work properly. I used a set of dykes and cut away as much of the wire mesh as I could get to and carefully moved the exposed coils out of the way. The shelves that are remaining have not been altered so I can stack bottles on them in addition to two pin lock kegs. There is ample room and the STC-1000 is working nicely so far. I am currently maintaining 55 degrees F and plan to drop it a bit once the major fermentation has completed and maintain lager temps from then on. Hope this helps, just be extra cautious if the tubes for the freon are visible inside the box so you don't create a leak.
What do you mean "no Kidneys"???, WTF now I gotta drink less beer...
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