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Choose a location for the bubbler. I chose to screw mine into the center of the lid since it is the double bubbler.
Drill a hole on both sides of the cooler.
Run each hose through it’s hole and trim it to the length you need before connecting to the air stones.
Attach the brackets from the aerator to the back of the cooler and seal with Marine Epoxy to prevent leaking.
Drill a hole in the side of the cooler where the lid meets the cooler on the side you plan to have the aerator on. This will allow you to close the cooler without pinching the chord.
Cut the laundry basket so that you have two identical sides. These will serve as the dividers to help keep your fish separated and upright.
Screw the two pieces of laundry basket into the side of the cooler and seal with marine epoxy to prevent leaking.
Connect the two pieces of laundry basket together in the middle with the zip ties and place the aerator and hose in the cooler. You will have to trim the aerator hose in order for it to be a desirable length.
Connect to a 12 volt deer feeder battery and your livewell is now up and running.