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    YETI Coolers

    Picking up a Tundra 75 for $290 from a friend of mine who is a Yeti dealer. What are your experiences?


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    Great cooler! I really like mine and I am highly pleased. I have a 35, 65, 110, and a 125. They are nice and hold up to much abuse and seal really well. The trick is tempering the cooler before you use it. If you are gonna put cold foods or drinks in, put ice in the cooler before hand and cool it down, drain water and add what you are cooling and then more ice. My 65 keeps ice around a week, the 125 around 8 days. You can sprinkle rock salt on the ice and it will stay cold nearly 10-11 days. You can also use it as a freezer with dry ice. Works really well.

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    Wow, 8-11 days is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSRXP View Post
    Great cooler! I really like mine and I am highly pleased. I have a 35, 65, 110, and a 125. They are nice and hold up to much abuse and seal really well. The trick is tempering the cooler before you use it. If you are gonna put cold foods or drinks in, put ice in the cooler before hand and cool it down, drain water and add what you are cooling and then more ice. My 65 keeps ice around a week, the 125 around 8 days. You can sprinkle rock salt on the ice and it will stay cold nearly 10-11 days. You can also use it as a freezer with dry ice. Works really well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSRXP View Post
    I have a 35, 65, 110, and a 125.
    Your coolers (put together) are worth more than my ski

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    I have a 25 qt. I got it as a present. It works extremely well. The main thing is to store it in the house so it is cooler and to ice it down the night before you use it. It is the only cooler I have ever owned that I added more ice to and it froze the water in the bottom of the cooler. It works awesome.

    Well worth the money

    Paul

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    I put (2) 20lb bags of ice in mine on Friday afternoon, packed food in it and it sat in the sun at the lake all day yesterday and it only drained a quart or so of water just this morning. Amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCW View Post
    Wow, 8-11 days is awesome.
    Rock Salt is the trick. Mine are white and not tan. I think this helps. This past week on Tuesday, we loaded up the 125 and 65 and headed to Shreveport for the races at LA Downs with drinks and such. We used the 65 as a freezer with dry ice. I will check the ice in the morning when I get to the shop and see where they are. Today at lunch water and drinks were ice cold after 8 days. When you salt the ice, it lowers the freezing point. The slurry mix actually gets colder than you might think. I don't drain the salt water out but if its just ice, then I will. I will post a pic if I can remember to do so in the morning. I am a fan...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCW View Post
    I put (2) 20lb bags of ice in mine on Friday afternoon, packed food in it and it sat in the sun at the lake all day yesterday and it only drained a quart or so of water just this morning. Amazing.
    Yeah, they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MSRXP View Post
    I have a 35, 65, 110, and a 125.
    Your coolers (put together) are worth more than my ski

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