So, I got this mini fridge for free cuz it wasn't working. I fixed it easily enough. It's cooling things down amazingly well, easily -20F. It's a little cube thing that students would have in their dorm rooms. Working as fridge or freezer (not 2 zones). Always thought it is great to have a fridge out in the boonies but the $700 or so for an ARB etc made me wait for a more compelling reason to get one. Now, of course, having tinkered with that free fridge I feel compelled to try it out out there, since I have nothing much to lose. All the same, I'd rather keep it alive. So the question is: would a regular -city if you'd like- fridge survive a trip on the trails? I know that ARB etc advertise their fridge as being able to do 30o slopes and maybe they have a special design for that (or not?). Would a regular one survive working tilted? This is one with a normal-looking spherical compressor. Am I looking at immediate self-destruction on serious trails? If so, would fire roads at least be OK?