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  1. #1
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    Free "Beer" Fridge

    Some friends of mine gave me a mini fridge last year and I had grand aspirations to turn it into a kegerator. I've no time to work towards that goal and while the little thing has been doing a great job at keeping my bottled beer cold, so does the fridge in my house. I don't need this anymore and it's taking up space in my shop that could otherwise house something more useful.

    If you want it, PM me for an address and directions if'n you need 'em. It's not required, but I strongly encourage any potential mini fridge owners to bring beer for me...actually, I generally encourage anyone to bring beer to me so if you're interested in bringing me beer, PM me for directions

    First one to show up gets it.

    My apologies if giving away a small fridge somehow violates MTBR policy.
    Sean Chaney :: Owner/Builder :: Vertigo Cycles LLC
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    How big is it, and where are you located?

    If it'll fit a couple of corney kegs, and you aren't too far from North Portland, I'd trade you some delicious brews for it.

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    The exterior measured 34" high by 19" wide. The interior fridge space is 24x16. The tiny freezer is about 5" tall. I'm in SE near 72nd and Powell, I don't think it's far from NoPo.
    Sean Chaney :: Owner/Builder :: Vertigo Cycles LLC
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    It looks like I need about 26" clear height...

    Which sounds like yours might not be tall enough?

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    This one won't work then. bummer
    Sean Chaney :: Owner/Builder :: Vertigo Cycles LLC
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    Bring it to Cottage Grove and I'll take it! I'll buy the first, third and seventh rounds.

    Brock...

    PS: and I'll throw in a free night's stay in our guest room and a personal tour of WhipeAss. You would have to slow down though of course.
    Are the wheels roundish? Ride it.

    Disciples Of Dirt, come ride with us.

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    PM sent.

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    I would avoid Whipetail

    I have heard people tend to break bike frames there.

    Jaybo

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