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Old 04-10-2016   #101
 
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Atomic,

I see that the 2016 storm dimensions have increased. What size cooler is that? Do you mind measuring the width between the tubes where your cooler is? Just got accepted to yeti pro store so I'm looking to get one that will fit the storm.

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Old 04-10-2016   #102
 
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Atomic,

I see that the 2016 storm dimensions have increased. What size cooler is that? Do you mind measuring the width between the tubes where your cooler is? Just got accepted to yeti pro store so I'm looking to get one that will fit the storm.
2015 inside tubes 24"

2016 inside tubes 28"
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Old 04-10-2016   #103
 
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Thank you! You think I could fit a yeti 65 cooler in there? measures in at 29 inches long.. Wonder if I could squeeze one in..
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Old 04-10-2016   #104
 
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It is wider like spider said. The cooler in the picture is the blackrock 60c and it is 23" wide at the top and 18" deep and 17" tall.


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You can fit a 29" in there for sure. 28" was a loose measurement. Never had a problem with tight fitting coolers in smaller size boats. Stuffing a 32" cooler would be an issue but a 29" will be fine.
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Great thank you. Going to Prurchase a yeti 65. Seems like a solid amount of space for all around use.
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Old 04-12-2016   #107
 
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I think someone was asking about deals on Storms. Saw this and thought of this post. Not sure if the price is right, just passing along the info.

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Great thank you. Going to Prurchase a yeti 65. Seems like a solid amount of space for all around use.
...wait, you're getting a yeti now?!?
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Just got accepted to yeti pro store so I'm looking to get one that will fit the storm.
Is their pro deal on coolers going again? Last I talked to them at Outdoor Retailer and they said it was suspended indefinitely because they couldn't keep up with demand for customers.
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