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Old 07-08-2010   #11
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Originally Posted by ridecats View Post
Again, due to dimensions, I am not really looking for comparisons between Yeti and Galaxy. I am comparing a Yeti Tundra with a Yeti Roughneck...
I'm guessing you have a 14' boat and your trying to fit the biggest cooler you can in that space. I have owned both the Yeti roughneck 128qt and Tundra 120qt coolers. My roughneck cooler developed a crack in the lid and Yeti replaced the cooler no questions asked. My personal experience is that Yeti has the best warranty in the business imho. Both models are great but he Tundra seems a little more polished, the fit and finish is slightly better then the roughneck model but from my experience both function equally well. Personally I would just buy the Tundra 120qt model, it's the best cooler you currently buy.

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Old 07-22-2010   #12
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Originally Posted by Wavester View Post
I'm guessing you have a 14' boat and your trying to fit the biggest cooler you can in that space.
You are very astute. I am wanting to upgrade from two broken 80 quart coolers, neither of which was all that effective to start with.

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Old 07-27-2010   #13
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The Tundra is by far the better choice over the roughneck. Truly a bomber cooler!
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Old 07-27-2010   #14
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I read an interesting head to head cooler comparison on GC private boaters site. Shockingly the igloo with the lid duck taped shut held it own (and is way cheaper). If you got the money, go for it. If not a roll of duck tape is pretty cheap.
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Old 08-06-2010   #15
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I'm quite pleased with my Galaxy, and the customer service was awesome.

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