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Old 02-26-2014, 02:43 PM
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Waeco Coolmatic Fridge/Freezer, 52Qt, in Moab

If you're coming to Moab (like maybe for Jeep Safari?), stay cool on the trail with this Waeco Coolmatic CF-50 refrigerator/freezer. The only reason I'm selling it is because I just switched to a larger, 63Qt. ARB since the JK Unlimited has seemingly unlimited space in the back. This unit works perfectly and has always been kept in its insulating protective cover, so I doubt that there is even a single scratch on the casing. Internal temperature is adjustable down to zero degrees F. It features a removable wire basket, internal light, 3-stage battery monitor, Turbo Switch for fast cooling, and a Danfoss BD35F compressor. It comes with the insulating cover, owner's manual and a Waeco Mobitronic AC adapter, as well as the standard 12-volt connector. Street price for this fridge is $700-800. The cover and AC adapter would cost at least another $100. I'm asking $350...but you have to pick it up in Moab. I will not ship it.

Measurements with the cover installed: 26"L X 15"W X 19"H (it's 30" long with the handles)

Weight: 42Lbs. with cover (beer not included)

I haven't bought a cube of ice in years and would absolutely hate to have to deal with ice again. These fridges are incredible and ultra-reliable. I have a FridgeFreeze brand unit in my truck, twice as heavy and way more expensive (like over $2K). Once you pick up one of these, you'll wonder how you ever lived without one. Your wife will love you...no more soggy food...no more dumping dirty ice water out in the supermarket parking lot. I always recommend wiring them with heavier gauge wire direct to the battery. Mine are wired through a switch on the dash. I also use wireless temperature sensors so that I can monitor the temp inside the fridge from the driver's position.
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Old 04-01-2014, 11:27 AM
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