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Old 03-01-2006, 12:16 AM   #21
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Well mine is made... was it cheap... well... if I took out the learning experience in order to make what I have now, yeah its pretty cheap. Probably spent around $60-70ish. I screwed up one cooler... that added a $20. I kept buying fittings I thought would work... returned a bunch... bought more that I thought would work.... sadly returned some (hahahaha). Got fed up and bought some premade things that in the end work.

5 Gal Rubbermaid cooler...$20
Steel false bottom..........$25
Kewler kit.....................$27
Other fittings needed.....$10

I still have the plastic Phils false bottom that did not work. I can use it for something else I suppose.... The steel bottom will certainly last a lifetime. I have the other cooler that I pluged the hole in it that I screwed up with..... HWT.....

It wont matter when I'm drinking beer made with fresh grain and I'm guessing it wont matter to you too in the end


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