I use the EdgeStar 63qt fridge freezer. It works like a champ, built like a tank and holds -08 degrees and or can be used as a refrigerator. It runs on 12 volt or 115 volt, very little draw on the 12 volt side, I would say a good battery and a solar panel would work fine. http://www.compactappliance.com/12-Volt-Fridge-Freezers/Outdoor_Living-Travel_Coolers-Portable%20Freezers,default,sc.html http://www.compactapplian…eezers,default,sc.html
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Has anyone tried a propane refrigerator or a DC Refrigerator on their carts. I have a propane fridge in my camper and it works good, but it takes a while to get down to a good temp. DC fridges seem pricey but can run off battery power and with the right batteries will probably run a full day before a recharge is needed, and with a solar panel or two you can keep a trickle charge on it all day.
Propane or DC Refrigerator
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