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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Denman View Post
    How about adding a beer tap to it?
    .....add a portable bar, a hibachi, and fold up barstools for tail gate parties
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    I can sense a 622 getting some SERIOUS modifications this Winter...

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    my softsided bag holds two bluie ice in thje top and two in the bottom plus 9 cans of ---- and fits in the right or left rear compartment no worry no fus capt jim on the road in colorado.

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    My wife actually uses a soft sided cooler that plugs into our 12v accessory plug. No worries about ice replenishment .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Denman View Post
    How about adding a beer tap to it?

    I vote for a beer tap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by capt jim View Post
    my softsided bag holds two bluie ice in thje top and two in the bottom plus 9 cans of ---- and fits in the right or left rear compartment no worry no fus capt jim on the road in colorado.
    Wow!!!!!!!!!!! Folks here is someone that I haven't heard from in quite sometime. He pops up every so often. He says he's in Colorado right now, but I wouldn't be surprised if he's headed for Mehico to meet up with some of those banditos down that way.

    Jim it is certainly good seeing your post and seeing that you're enjoying life to its fullest.

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    (Referring to jthornton photos above). Sure wish I could find something like this that pretty much maxed out the frunk. You've got lotsa unused space in there. I'm looking for something that I could pack a weekend worth of camping food in that keeps ice for more than just a day trip. IMO, ideal dimensions would be 17” (Tall) x 10” x 12”.

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    I've got a Barrett .338 Lapua that's GREAT at putting holes in things...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Upcoaster View Post
    (Referring to jthornton photos above). Sure wish I could find something like this that pretty much maxed out the frunk. You've got lotsa unused space in there. I'm looking for something that I could pack a weekend worth of camping food in that keeps ice for more than just a day trip. IMO, ideal dimensions would be 17” (Tall) x 10” x 12”.
    IIRC we got that at Bass Pro and still use it today... talk about waking up an old thread!

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    Small kayak dry bag in there with either ice packs or regular ice would work. The dry bags will keep water in as well as out. The roll and strap tops are very secure. The size to fit the compartment would just about fill the whole space. Diameter is the only thing that matters, they roll down for the correct length.

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    The early GS/RS did have a drain plug but I doubt BRP designed it as an ice chest. Just drainage. I donít know when they plugged the hole permanently
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    Food for thought: I occasionally use a soft sided cooler in the frunk, side bags or top case. It depends on what else I'm carrying and where I have the other things packed. I have also cut a few pieces of 1" thick Arma-Flex insulation to custom fit in the frunk in the interest of maximizing the amount of cool space there. That, combined with a few medical grade ice packs works very nicely. If more volume is needed, 1/2" Arma-Flex can be used.

    3' x 4' sheets of Arma-Flex can be purchased at HVAC shops in case anyone wants to give that a go. On the other side of the coin though, the soft sided coolers offer more convenience for ease of installation and removal.

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    I found the perfect way to carry everything...

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