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Old 01-07-2012, 03:45 PM   #15
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Great job Tom. You have much more room without the liners.
Patti
Thanks.

I'm still looking for a liner for my compartment by the door. I like the way they look and don't mind stashing extra stuff in the nooks and crannies, then putting the liner in place.

Just a neat freak, I guess.
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Old 01-07-2012, 08:31 PM   #16
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Very nice, good Idea, looks great
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Old 01-25-2012, 07:52 AM   #17
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very cool-how about refrig install? UHaul CT

I really appreciate your detailed photos . I just told Greg we needed to think about under sink. Thanks for inspiration.

NOW, we just took out the old icebox(yes, we saved it) and have a dorm frig to install. By chance, did you do this also? If so, pics and DETAILED step by steps would be much appreciated.
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I really appreciate your detailed photos . I just told Greg we needed to think about under sink. Thanks for inspiration.

NOW, we just took out the old icebox(yes, we saved it) and have a dorm frig to install. By chance, did you do this also? If so, pics and DETAILED step by steps would be much appreciated.
No, I plan to mostly dry camp and if I went with a fridge it would have to be propane - which also means cutting some sizable holes in the shell to properly vent it.

My immediate plans are to add 2" of foam insulation on all sides of the current icebox and double up on the gasket, then reevaluate.

I have an irrational aversion to changing anything that can't be retrofitted back to original if desired.
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Old 02-11-2012, 09:53 PM   #19
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This is beautiful! A creative way to organize! I like "Out of the Box" thinking.
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