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  1. Smokinstang65

    Smokinstang65 Driving Fast or Flying Slow? Established Member

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    Sounds like the kind of cooler that needs stocked with water for during the track event and beer for after the track event. Nothing worse than 90F+ with 90% humidity and no cold water available while you're taking your turn watching cones at a Solo event.
     
  2. brucesvt

    brucesvt Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Would be great for my up coming camping trip and tail gates for my UTEP miners who are horrible lol


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  3. Blown38

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    I will be using it when I go to Carlisle All Ford Nats and the many drag racing events I attend a year. Will also work well on our boating excursions.

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  4. BUNKY

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  5. SolarYellow

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    I watch the macabe and such and Leakin Park is a well known paranormal magnet. Very interesting.
     
  6. Racer474

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    Nice looking cooler that i'd use for track days.
     
  7. rpagington

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    That cooler would look fantastic in the back of my 2000 Lightning towing my 1979 Pinto GTP road race car to the track on weekends

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  8. josephcostello

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    Would use it on my ski boat this summer, looks like it'd fit in between the engine cover and side of the boat where other coolers are too wide. Gonna be houseboating on powell for 8 days in july, think this would keep the brews nice and chilly.
     
  9. dablaze313

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    I too would use this on my boat. Looks like it would fit perfectly between some of the seats. The backpack aspect would make hauling it to/from the boat easier.
     
  10. SID297

    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    Today is the last day to enter to win this cooler.
     
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  11. SID297

    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    I'm really liking this one for boating and day use (it's a 2-for-1 cooler and dry bag):

    https://amzn.to/2J5DR1m

     
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    Oh wow, that's cool. I have a small backpack cooler, but nothing like that.
     
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    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    If you really like it, try using this 10% off coupon code - BRJBW6LP
     
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    72MachOne99GT Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Any way to arrange a group buy for those of us who don’t win one?

    I need more stuff to buy that feeds my beer-in-summer habit.
     
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    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    It's a possibility. Might be tough to beat Amazon's pricing though.
     
  16. awful knawful

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    I'd be using it in my canoe on the mighty Restigouche River. I have 5 niece's and nephews coming to Canada from Wyoming this summer. I'll need all the coolers I can get!
     
  17. L8APEX

    L8APEX On my tummy..! Established Member

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    That cooler would be perfect for hauling beverages up Pikes Peak during the hill-climb. You have to park and then walk a few miles up or downhill before they shut down the mountain and you are stuck for the day. Then traverse the way back when the race is over.

    The last time we tried a big cooler that had wheels we thought we had it made! We were going to be well "hydrated"...
    As we made it towards our favorite corner we were just about 3/4 the way to our spot (roughly 2 miles from the car), and the square cooler was hopping along the way on it's little plastic wheels. It apparently saw a crowd, swerved and over steered resulting in a bounce on one wheel and it flipped. As it twisted over the lid flung open and several of the glass beverages were ejected (and a few in the cooler itself) failed to survive the tip.
    What really sucked is we were on the racing surface very close to the racing line and had very few options to collect the glass.
    The only thing we had that would work was our shirts. A few dry ones were used to sweep the little pieces we couldn't pickup off the tarmac, and a few got wet in the process. The spot was probably the cleanest spot on the entire course... but now several of us had the choice of wearing wet t-shirts with glass splinters or going shirtless somewhere above 10kft in the mountains.
    Now not only was the ice in the cooler now contaminated with glass but there was not enough sunscreen for everyone to get complete coverage now, so we hit the most exposed points and hoped for the best.
    We all ended up with various sunburns in the areas we thought would be more protected from exposure. For me under my arms and the tops of my legs under my shorts, made the 8 hour drive back to Kansas the next day even more fun for everyone...
     
  18. 04dreamcobra

    04dreamcobra When it runs, it's fast... Established Member

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    Great looking cooler! It would be used for hauling beer to the fire pit and camping! And of course the occasional car show!
     
  19. usedtobesvt

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    My daughter competes in track and field events in the Michigan Special Olymypics, and I usually bring my small 'beater' cooler with a dozen or so of the small sized bottled water for the athletes that forget theirs at practices. This would be a nice upgrade and fit the bill quite nicely. Thanks for doing this SVTP!
     
  20. Gypsy

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    I'd take this cooler on motorcycle trips. It's the perfect size for my bike and to bring on hikes.
     

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