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Old 04-29-2016, 11:43 PM   #15
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Our fridge is usually packed full when we leave on a trip. Freeze your water bottles for the road and keep them in the sink with even more ice if you wish. You can even put cans and other drinks in there and the ice will keep them from rattling and as the ice melts it drains away into your grey tank. Its great because you used a space that is otherwise not being used and you didnt have to fill the fridge or lug along another cooler to take up valuable space in your bays.
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Wow, all awsome ideas. I think I will be trying out a few
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We keep a large cooler with ice, full of beverages for long trips. Free's up the fridge for food items and the drinks are ice cold!

We keep inside when we're traveling during the day. Works great.
This is exactly what we do also. Sure we keep a couple beverages in the refrigerator but most all liquids go in the ice chest. No need to keep opening the fridge and beverages are always cold as ice.
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Old 05-01-2016, 10:51 AM   #18
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If you want "really cold" get a six pack cooler and pack it then drop some rock salt in...real cold then!
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We keep a large cooler with ice, full of beverages for long trips. Free's up the fridge for food items and the drinks are ice cold!

We keep inside when we're traveling during the day. Works great.
Same here except we also throw in 2, 2 liter bottles filled with water and frozen along with the ice.
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We have a small office refrigerator that I put in the basement bay and I have a an electric plug there. Like Space Norman I keep the important stuff like beer and other drinks in it. It works great when outside and I need a cold one I don't have to climb up the stairs to get one. If my battery gets low while traveling before we get to a camping spot I run the gen a little. Have not had a problem plus I have a little freezer in it that we use, works for us. 2001 DSDP 330/ turbo.
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We have the Norcold 1200. We moved two of the racks very close together, just far enough apart for a water bottle to fit (snugly). keep about 8-10 bottles laying down between the racks. Takes up almost no space.
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