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Old 10-02-2016   #161
littleton, Colorado
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Igloo Yukon 55 fits neatly in mine with probably 1-1.5 inch clearance on the sides. Compare dimensions on that to the yeti. The newer storms are wider between the tubes I think.

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Old 10-03-2016   #162
Flagstaff, Arizona
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Took my storm out for its maiden voyage on the up upper San Juan this past weekend. I ran a 75 quart canyon up front that was a tight squeeze but worked. I sat on a dry box I rented from pro. Gear pile up front with 2 water jugs on each side of the cooler and a propane bomb in the way back. I'm a big rower at 3 bills and it handled like a dream. Even had a 4 year old ride up front with me for a bit through 8ft and ledge.
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Old 10-03-2016   #163
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Get a RTIC 45 and save $175, has better warranty, holds more ice, and same quality.
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Old 10-03-2016   #164
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This is the fit of a canyon 55 in a new rmr if that helps... it's 28 wide and the yeti 65 is 29.5

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