Fridge size for Jeep JKU?

Vanhalo

Member
Has anyone fit a Snomaster LP66 on the passenger side (long side) with the backseats installed?
Size: 31.5. x 18.5 x 18.50

 
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Vanhalo

Member
Just ordered the SnoMaster LP66
It was the only one that checked all my boxes.
I can still put my freedom tops behind it and pickup 2 gallons of milk.
Threaded feet means I don't have to buy extra tie downs.
Low profile means it will fit in my M416 in the future.
Probably just run both sides as a fridge.

  • 12/24 V DC 120 V AC
  • Model: LP66
  • Size: 31.5. x 18.5 x 18.50″ 825 WDH
  • Capacity: 68.68 Quarts, 67 Liter (Dual compartment) (32.7 / 33.22 split)
  • Running Current: 2.5, 5 or Variable @ 12 V DC, average run time 12 hours in 24
  • Power Consumption: 66 watt
  • Weight: 57lbs, 26Kg

If you compare it to the ARB 50 and the accessories it is about the same price. This was my second choice but I could not figure out where I was going to put my Freedom Tops.
 
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Vanhalo

Member
I sold the LP66. Funny. I almost bought a 4Runner just so I could keep it. It took up too much space in my JKU with the back seats installed. I am going to downgrade to the CL56 or the 42. Probably the CL56. The LP66 came in handy during a recent 4 day power outage. If I could keep the 60% rear bench removed I would have kept the LP66. Great fridge.
 

Vanhalo

Member
More pics of the CL56D in a JKU.




Notice he doesn’t have a tailgate tray. Important detail because the CL56 won’t fit with an Outback Adventure tailgate tray installed. I guess I am going for the TR42SS now. And I also just noticed it looks like he has bucket seats in the rear.
 

TheDriver

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I think the Snomaster 42 dual zone is that right call! I have the Engel MT45 dual zone that is the same external dimensions and it fits perfectly, even with my tailgate table.
 

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Vanhalo

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I think the Snomaster 42 dual zone is that right call! I have the Engel MT45 dual zone that is the same external dimensions and it fits perfectly, even with my tailgate table.
I am considering the Engel.

2 things holding me back.

1. Noise
2. Shipping UPS or Fedex instead of freight.
 
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