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Old 02-14-2013, 02:08 AM   #1
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Its simple but effective and looks real nice!!!I still need to glue a matching door panel to the fridge to bring it all together.


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Old 02-14-2013, 02:17 AM   #2
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Looks good. I might be worried about the co2 tank on its side.... you don't want liquid co2 in your regulator...


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Old 02-14-2013, 02:22 AM   #3
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i was loving what you did with the tank then i red this
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Looks good. I might be worried about the co2 tank on its side.... you don't want liquid co2 in your regulator...
now im scared!!

you could probaly noch out a half circle in your shelf and stand up the tank!
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Old 02-14-2013, 02:25 AM   #4
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I spoke to the place where I get the tank refilled,a real deal gas supply and they said it would be no problem.There's room to prop it up on reg side if I thought it would create a problem,but its working fine

EDIT:Now your making me nervous,Ill be propping it up tomorrow LOL
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Nice work!!! It looks awesome. Agreed on the tank. I would just rework that shelf and open up the left side so the tank can stand upright. I'm jealous. I've been wanting to convert my keezer into a real bar with taps.
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I concur, nice work.
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I looked up CO2 liquefaction and I doubt that tank would be subjected to the required atmospheric pressure and temperature to be of any concern. Prolly good 2 go!
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I looked up CO2 liquefaction and I doubt that tank would be subjected to the required atmospheric pressure and temperature to be of any concern. Prolly good 2 go!
All CO2 in a tank is liquid (well other than the headspace)
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The best part of the build was I ripped out the china hutch in the dining room to build a bar.Why....cause no one told me I cant
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Gonna put up shelves for your glassware and whatnot?


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