Fridge Dimensions

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Tara C.'s Comment
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What are the fridge dimensions of the space on a freightliner Cascadia. I am going to be driving for a western express and I’d like to buy a fridge to put into my truck

PackRat's Comment
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Go to the online store for the Iowa 80 truck stop. The fridges they have for sale are for specific trucks and model years. The detailed description should list the measurements. I'm not unbolting my fridge to measure it for you. Sorry.

James R.'s Comment
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Are you okay with using a chest fridge? I bought a chest fridge freezer that sits on the passenger seat. It freezes down to 0F no problem and i can move it where i want it easily if i need to.

Rob D.'s Comment
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This is what I have in my 2019 Cascadia. Magic Chef 4.3 Cubic feet fridge.

James R.'s Comment
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This is what i use https://www.amazon.com/Ausranvik-Portable-Fridge-Luggage-Design/dp/B07J4WD6RP/

James R.'s Comment
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ausranvik

second try

Mikey B.'s Comment
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The 40 quart Coleman and igloo coolers slide right into that space. I had it standing on end but everytime I opened the door after driving the drinks and all were fallen everywhere so I just slide it in like a regular ice chest, works great.

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Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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What are the fridge dimensions of the space on a freightliner Cascadia. I am going to be driving for a western express and I’d like to buy a fridge to put into my truck

Depends on the year of the truck. Mine is a 2015. I bought a dometic that fits right in the passenger side cupboard. 16x16x21h

You can turn the entire fridge into a freezer.

But it wasn’t cheap. And prices have gone up since I bought it.

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An SMAD fridge is cheaper but won’t get quite as cold, but still colder than the 12v coolers.

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I bought that one first and it also fit, but I wasn’t positive it was working on 12v. It did work on 110 no problem. It probably would have been fine but I decided to spend the extra on the Dometic.

I’m sure I have saved enough by doing my own cooking to have paid for it.

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