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    Coca Cola fridge adapters

    I'm sure this will have been covered before but can anyone advise the best way to fit a hanging bar(s) into a double door upright Coca Cola chiller please?

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    I just re-sited the top drinks tray angled down, front to back and on separate occasions it has held a couple of healthy roe and a 24kg fallow and a muntjac.
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    That's certainly easier than getting the drill out!

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    Have you had any problems keeping the temperature down?

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    I had one for the odd roe and muntjac shot during the summer when the main chiller was shut down. I only ever used the top shelf to hang from and never saw any signs of weakness even when it was overfilled with five or six animals.

    If I did have concerns I would look at strengthening the shelf before I considered drilling into the cabinet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KilPil View Post
    Have you had any problems keeping the temperature down?
    No, none whatsoever... I bought a plastic thermometer off eBay for £5, and it all does the job before skinning and butchering for personal consumption
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    Take out shelves , vertically on each side are the support strips for the shelves .... I broke off the top 12" or so got old man to weld Up a stainless H frame with bar , he used the wee threaded holes and just screwed frame in ... Double door version I get 3 roe in no worrys

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    I personally wouldn't be drilling any holes in the side of the fridge.
    That's just my personal view,I'm not a fridge engineer but it's taken me nearly two years to get this kind of fridge and I'll be looking after it for a while.
    the trouble with my particular model is that it's not full height,ie it tapers slightly in the back,and from the height of the top shelf to the top of the fridge there's nearly a foot and a half.

    I have someone knocking something up for me,basically two L brackets that can slide into the recess of the shelf and go right to the top with a circular bar from one end to the other,with just enough room for an s hook.

    Mine about 540mm wide and 600mm deep ish and around 1870mm,but as i say it taper in the back so i loose a bit of room.
    Having said all that i hand them on the shelf and i can get two roe,a fallow doe and buck with head and neck off,a stag cut in halt,and most recently one of my home killed pigs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gelert View Post
    I personally wouldn't be drilling any holes in the side of the fridge.
    That was my thought too. I just wedged a piece of 3x2 wood on to the top shelf support strip and hung a chain round that on which to hook the hooks.

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