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Old 06-01-2015, 03:12 PM
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Just wanting to see everyone thoughts and sizes of their coolers....What's to big to carry, for me I know anything over 75qt gives me trouble just due to having a shorter frame.

That being said, what is your favorite size after adding ice and "cold beverages"

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Old 06-01-2015, 03:25 PM
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I have a few different sizes. 65 is good for me. I have an engel when it's loaded its a lot to carry for 1 person.
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x2 on the Engel 65. It's a great size, but once loaded down with man sodas and ice it can get heavy.

The perfect set up for me is an Engel 35 with the Engel book bag. Neither is too heavy fully loaded and the straps on the book bag are very comfortable.
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Just got a K2 65 on wheels. It's the tits. Wheels are slightly recessed so that when the ice chest sits flat, they aren't touching the ground. This way the damn thing don't slide around in the bed of your truck
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Originally Posted by KingRanch View Post
x2 on the Engel 65. It's a great size, but once loaded down with man sodas and ice it can get heavy.

The perfect set up for me is an Engel 35 with the Engel book bag. Neither is too heavy fully loaded and the straps on the book bag are very comfortable.


Engel book bag sounds sweet, definitely going to look into one of those.
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Just roll around with a small Yeti, and a Tshirt. That will compensate for everything else.
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Old 06-01-2015, 04:50 PM
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Originally Posted by floridian View Post
Just roll around with a small Yeti, and a Tshirt. That will compensate for everything else.
ha-ha or you could just roll up in the office with a Yeti Tumbler - guy does it everyday along with the can Koozie for after lunch for his diet pepsi.
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I have a 94qt but I won't carry it when full. I have an ice machine and use 5 gallon buckets to fill cooler.
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