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Old 07-15-2019, 10:01 PM   #1
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If you're interested in a Yeti cooler for your cx, the 35 Sized will fit in the rear and allow the privacy cover to operate and conceal. It pushes the height to the maximum that could fit. The tie downs happen to fall into place too.

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Any pics of it packed in?
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I love Yeti coolers, but with their price and the size you would need to have ample interior space, they're heavy as s**t when packed. Kinda feels like you're a pallbearer at a funeral lugging the thing around.

FYI, I decided a few years ago to try a hack: I hot glued Reflextix to the interior of my Coleman 5-Day cooler and seamed sealed with the aluminum tape. I call it my "Ghetto Yeti". Took a little bit of time, but it adds significantly more insulation. It'll now lasts 4 days/3 nights without and issue in hot weather. It never lasted 5 day. Funny how that goes.
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