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 on: Today at 01:00:26 PM 
Started by BVYKA - Last post by BDA2
Finally they make a direct swap better tire.  I may change mine up next summer to these.

I'm also going to swap my battery out for weight management.  Those batteries must weight that cooler down a bunch. 

Solid build and pretty much a doppelganger of mine.

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 on: Today at 10:08:42 AM 
Started by SageOne - Last post by Renninger
I'm looking for some new music to listen since I overdosed on Springsteen lately. I'll check your playlists out, thanks!

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 on: October 20, 2017, 07:27:23 AM 
Started by BVYKA - Last post by BVYKA
So i redid my cooler the took on water at our last float. Lost the amp, radio, chargers, and remote commander. Let the rebuilding begin...
My components now exist of

1) Exile Audio Media Center

2) Polk Audio PAD4000.4

3) 4 Polk Audio DB691

4) 2 35AH SLA Batteries                        totaling 75AH

5) 8 Gauge Amp Kit

6) 12 VDC LCD Volt Meter

7) 3.5mm Plug

8/  Pro-line All Terrain Cooler Conversation Soft Tires

9) Hard Plastic Handles

10) On/Off Switch

11) Bottle Opener with Bottle Top Catcher

12) Every Load Fused By Itself

13) 24 Can Soft Dallas Cowboy Cooler

14) Genius Noco Charger

15) Diamond Plate for back support of Handles

16) USB Charger

17/ All Wires Ran Thru Cooler Walls

18/ 2 single Female to Double Male Y Rca Connectors

Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk

 4 
 on: October 17, 2017, 08:12:55 AM 
Started by Twiztedkoolers - Last post by newbie builder
any pics of the inside

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 on: October 15, 2017, 03:43:36 PM 
Started by BVYKA - Last post by BVYKA
So i redid my cooler the took on water at our last float. Lost the amp, radio, chargers, and remote commander. Let the rebuilding begin...

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 on: October 05, 2017, 09:40:51 AM 
Started by the_chickeneye - Last post by Rose Merry
Here is where you can get a giant tube like I have. This will hold the 120qt coolers and can probably stretch to fit the 160

http://case-ihparts.com/products/?view=product&product_id=3856


thanks

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 on: August 30, 2017, 10:49:41 AM 
Started by Twiztedkoolers - Last post by newbie builder
i made a wooden platform to sit on top of a inner tube with a frame of 2 x 4's to sit the cooler inside with a strap that goes over the top just in case i just cut a circle out plywood set the 2 x 4's on edge so the cooler will sit inside and zip tied the platform to the tube works really nice and makes a nice place to put things around the cooler your is a little bigger than mine so just get a bigger tube 

 8 
 on: August 22, 2017, 11:38:56 AM 
Started by BVYKA - Last post by Snoball
Damn. That sucks.

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 on: August 18, 2017, 06:32:56 AM 
Started by BVYKA - Last post by BVYKA
RIP #GUADALUPE!!! You were great for the years I had you. Last weekend we went to float the Colorado River in Laughlin, Nevada and got caught in some wind storms. Got pushed into the docks and a pontoon popped both our floats. The float my radiocooler was on went between the pontoon and got stuck. When we unstuck it I had to grab it from floating down the river. Taking it to dry land I let the water out and then saw my electronics smoke!!! Time for a rebuild!!!

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 on: August 17, 2017, 05:21:15 PM 
Started by IndyNick - Last post by IndyNick
Hey guys. First post. I see a lot of people use the 3M 5200 Marine sealant for the cutting board partitions. I've also seen where it eventually leaks as that sealant will not bond properly with HDPE. I've also seen a suggestion to use the 3M scotch-weld DP8005 which will bond with HDPE. Just wondering what everyone's experiences were? I have a new cooler in progress using Wet Sounds Revo 8 and amp so I just want to make sure it stays nice and sealed.

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