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Old 04-14-2020, 11:40 PM   #43
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Ours installed at factory. Wouldnít ever be without it.
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Old 02-22-2021, 07:21 AM   #44
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I opt'd out of the OEM trays and I'll be having Slide Master build some custom trays. Looks like there is wasted width space with the default OEM tray for the fridge. Hoping to install the CFX3 95DZ instead of the standard 75 unit.

The problem I have with these fridge units is the disclaimer about 90F being excessive heat. There's also disclaimers around temps being too low as well (below 41 I believe). The lower temp is not as big of a deal since the basement should be somewhat temp controlled heatwise. Not sure on the cooling side though...
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Old 02-22-2021, 07:30 AM   #45
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I opt'd out of the OEM trays and I'll be having Slide Master build some custom trays. Looks like there is wasted width space with the default OEM tray for the fridge. Hoping to install the CFX3 95DZ instead of the standard 75 unit.

The problem I have with these fridge units is the disclaimer about 90F being excessive heat. There's also disclaimers around temps being too low as well (below 41 I believe). The lower temp is not as big of a deal since the basement should be somewhat temp controlled heatwise. Not sure on the cooling side though...
I have not had any problems with temps.

That 95 is a big unit and will nicely fill that space.

I do like the space on both sides for storage and find the 75 more than enough space.

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Old 02-22-2021, 12:27 PM   #46
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I ordered it and am very happy with it. It will be full of beer on the way to Alaska in June and salmon on the way back.
10 Fan- having been across the Canadian border about 70 times in the past 50 years, they are really strict on booze & smokes. This is because of the very high 'Sin Taxes' on these items. You are only allowed to bring in duty free 1 case of beer OR 1 - 1/5 of hard booze per person you have on board. They will search your unit periodically & you'll have to pay the duty on the excess amounts.

The last I knew -duty on a case of beer is abut $15 USD & $18 USD on a fifth.
Duty on cigarettes is ~ $40/carton of 10 packs. Canada hits these items really hard with taxes!

As far as the fish go- don't exceed the in possession limits of what ever jurisdiction you caught them in.

Canada is also really restrictive on firearms & NO PISTOLS are allowed!

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Old 02-22-2021, 12:36 PM   #47
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My Horizon came with the outside Fridge / Freezer.
I used it for all my beer.
It was nice to have it outside in the summer.
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Had the Dometic 95 in my last two MA's and would be missed if I didn't have it !
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Our current coach came with one (A Dometic...not sure of model but it can be a fridge or freezer). Like others have mentioned, we keep it full of a variety of drinks...water, soda, beer...and transfer to the inside fridge as needed or to keep from having to run inside. Since we're not full timers, I leave it on while the RV is parked in the MH Shed so when I'm done mowing grass or any other time I'm outside and need a drink, I can get a beer out of it without going in the house.
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