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Old August 21st, 2013, 01:38 PM
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fridge in 90 with rear seat?

Has anyone successfully installed a fridge in a 90 with the forward facing rear seat? Is there sufficient room on top of the wheel arch to mound a small one securely?
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Old August 21st, 2013, 05:47 PM
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I think Bill Burke has his mounted on a wheel arch. You might want to e-mail him or message him on FB.

Edit: Here's an article about how he packs the Defender. ARB fridge is on the passenger wheel arch.

http://blog.roversnorth.com/2010/01/...-february-2010
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Has anyone successfully installed a fridge in a 90 with the forward facing rear seat? Is there sufficient room on top of the wheel arch to mound a small one securely?
Dude...where do you think I mounted the one I bought from you ?
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I have a engel 15 that fits perfectly. I just strap it down. I have seen a 17 was mounted that would work in a st 90
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Nice! Thanks guys! Now who's got a fridge they don't need?
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Went with the edgestar 43 after a lot of research. Will report back on mounting and performance.
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Went with the edgestar 43 after a lot of research. Will report back on mounting and performance.
Think that's the one my parents have for their trips to the DC area. It should fit pretty well on the wheel well.
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anyone have pictures of one mounted? looks like the engle 17/27 may just fit with a bench seat.
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I'm a fridge nut.
Engel 35 for 10 years now; no complaints.
Had the Edgestar 43 for a few years; not bad-a little erratic temp.
Ironman Icecube 50 since Conclave 2012; rock solid like the Engel and has a little LED light inside.

IMO, get as big as you possibly can fit.

I love fridges. They keep my Kombucha icy cold on the trail.
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