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    Quote Originally Posted by tgoss View Post
    Came out nice!
    That thing is huge. Good spot to put it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgoss View Post
    Awsome fridge. Why my wish list has no space anymore????
    Oh it is time to flip the page

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgoss View Post
    ARB's new weatherproof fridge.

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    Thats is nice, enjoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by naysjp View Post
    ARB fridge, deep cycle battery or Enforcer 4" lift. Having a hard time. I need to buy that lift before I spend the money even if I still need to buy the driveshaft and drag link flip
    This is a no brainer. Go with the lift. That said, they are not in the same ballpark price wise.
    I think I may consider lifting my Jeep. Or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    they are not in the same ballpark price wise.
    I was thinking the same thing. Then tires/wheels, drive shafts, everything else to complete the lift. A fridge is a bargain when compared.
    en hopup veritas

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    Just used this for our first overnight. Worked great. I think my favorite thing about it was that it was packed three days ago. No last minute food transfer, no stops for ice on the way out of town, just ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Just used this for our first overnight. Worked great. I think my favorite thing about it was that it was packed three days ago. No last minute food transfer, no stops for ice on the way out of town, just ready.
    Exactly my thought when I used mine the first couple times. You'll kick yourself many more trips to come for not doing it sooner. Hopefully we'll both get over it sooner than later. Lol.
    I think I may consider lifting my Jeep. Or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Just used this for our first overnight. Worked great. I think my favorite thing about it was that it was packed three days ago. No last minute food transfer, no stops for ice on the way out of town, just ready.
    Another cool thing you'll realize after a few trips is that all the extra food from the trip goes right back into the kitchen fridge. No waste.


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    Looks like I just missed the MIR for a cover. I guess I'll keep waiting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Just used this for our first overnight. Worked great. I think my favorite thing about it was that it was packed three days ago. No last minute food transfer, no stops for ice on the way out of town, just ready.
    I'm jealous. I want one really bad. Just so expensive, and I'm cheap.
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