I'm looking at building a kegerator out of an Oster 5.0cu ft fridge I picked up today at Best Buy, which after all of my recent lurking appears to be the logical choice for things you can actually go out and purchase. My girlfriend got me a homebrew kegging setup from a local brew shop for Christmas, which consisted of the hose from Co2 to keg, a reconditioned Cornelius, a picnic line, and a dual gauge reg.
My original plan was to do two kegs, with door mounted faucets. Would there be enough clearance in this fridge to do this? It's a heck of a lot cheaper than doing a tower mount, but if it won't fit then it just won't fit.
Secondly, the regulator she got me was clearly set up for one keg, not two. Would there be anything I needed other than an air distributor and some hoses to make it work for two kegs?
Finally, the setup didn't come with Co2. So far this:
5 lb. Aluminum Co2 Tank | BeverageFactory.com
Has been the cheapest I can find one. I'm in the St. Louis area and everything I'm seeing on Craiglist is 15# or bigger, and I'm a bit wary of drilling holes in this sides of this. Does anybody know of any cheaper 5# or should I buck up and try and get a bigger one and drill a hole?
Sidenote: I heard that on the Oster there are no coolant lines on top, is this true?
Thanks in advance, all!