Colorado Folks Need a Freezer?
In my usual way, I spend the winter buying accessories for the RV. I spent some time and research and decided to put a Dometic freezer/cooler in our Redwood 36RL like the motorhomes have. My intent was to eliminate ice and coolers all together.
Well, I bought the stuff, but traded the Redwood before I ever installed it, and our MH already has a CF-80.
This is a CF-050AV110 Portable freezer/refrigerator light/dark gray color 52 quart. 1.7 cubic feet. Holds 68 - 12 ounce cans. The cooler operates on 12V or 110, and will switch automatically when 110V is available or disconnected.
The tray is a MorRyde SP56-132 sliding tray designed specifically for the CF-50 freezer/cooler in a side pull arrangement. The tray slides out 200%, which easily clears the hatch door out of the basement (leaves enough room to fully open the cooler under the hatch door when open). With the exception of the FL (which I haven't reasearched the basement), this tray fits to the left of the basement on the curb side and still leaves the full pass through on the right without obstructing it. It more or less takes up the same room as one of our ice chests did when we traveled.
These things are compressor driven freezers/coolers, and are awesome. It can reach freeze when empty in about 2 hours from pulling out of storage. The freezer is 44 pounds and can be pulled to use in the car or boat on 12V, then set back in the tray when done.
The cooler was $620 new, and the tray was $360. Will sell for $650 for both. The tray has never been installed and is a super nice typical Mor-Ryde product. I tested the cooler at my office for a week, but beyond that we haven't used it. Cash and carry, I really don't wan't to ship this tray as it probably weighs 75 lbs.
IM me if interested.
Brad & Dory - Lone Tree, CO
CURRENT - 2013 Itasca Meridian 42E/2013 Wrangler 4dr Sahara
SOLD - 2014 Redwood 36RL/2014 F350 DRW