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Aus.Morgo

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Recently finished this, just in time to take up the coast to a beach house for a mates bucks party for a few days.



It holds 6x 9.5lt kegs. All tubing and a gas system fits inside.
 
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I'd like to see if the driptray is plumbed.

Nice Jockey Box porn tho' I must say!

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Ah ok, it looks rather hefty so I wasn't sure if it was >100kg or something.

I spose it's just an icebox, not a fridge.
 
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Cheers all

I meant to take pictures as I was building it to document the process as I went but I had a few beers along the way and I forgot.
Then I was also going to take some pictures while away, of it all setup and being used, but alas, I poured a few beers and again I forgot.

I'll take some better shots and some internal shots over this weekend before I put it away, until then here's another.
 

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The 2.6kg wont even fit with out a reg, used a soda stream bottle and adapter. I have a mini reg to go on it when I get some larger diameter gas line to fit a ball lock post.
 

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How does one lift it?
With full kegs its a little heavy but two guys can move it around a level surface still.

We have generally been moving it by taking the kegs out when full then its quite light, under 30KG probably.
 

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I'd like to see if the driptray is plumbed.

Nice Jockey Box porn tho' I must say!

:bigcheers:
Its not.
I was going to. I had the drip tray made in the US and imported it (costly) and it has a drain. I've partially drilled the top to allow it to seat flush but haven't cut through into the esky as I decided not to compromise the esky more yet as I thought with the size of the drip tray it will be enough to collect it all with out needing to be plumbed in.
After the first run it wasn't even half full so I may not plumb it yet after all.
I had planned to get some conduit seal it up, put it between the kegs and run some tube down to it. So easy enough to do if I decide to later.
 
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That's very impressive.

How is the timber top fixed to the existing lid?
Also, what's the internal height?

One of these would make moving it pretty easy.
 
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