The Frio 65 Extreme comes equipped with two 10", no flat, all terrain tires! This 65 quart cooler comes with all the bells and whistles of a Frio 65 but with the added bonus of mobility. Supported by a stainless steel axel, this Frio stays put with superior aluminum pegs with non-slip feet. Aluminum retaining nuts, stainless steel screws, & custom machined axel retainers ensure's that this cooler means business. Too dark to find your beverage? No worries! This cooler comes equipped with a light built right into the interior of the lid! - Holds 100 Cans w/ Sufficient Ice - Exclusive Stainless Steel Latches Make Opening & Closing Easy - Motion Sensitive Light Attached Inside the Lid - Built-In Fish Ruler on the Lid - Rubber Non-Skid Feet Prevents Sliding - Heavy Duty Seal Locks in the Cold - Handy Lockable Feature to Prevent Theft - 2.25" Polyurethane Insulation Keeps Your Drinks Cold for Days - Made Out of Heavy Duty Roto Molded Plastic - Comfort Grip Rubber Handles Capacity Size: 34.25"L x 23.25"W x 20.75"H Weight: 43 lbs Capacity: 65 Quarts or 100 cans w/ sufficient ice Ice Retention With the cooler properly pre-cooled before adding ice, it will last 5 days in sub 90 degree and 3-4 in 90 degree plus heat Pre-cooling, pre-chilling and pre-loading your cooler. High-end rotomolded coolers such as FRIO benefit greatly from this. Why? Should you pre-cool your cooler? The better the cooler, the better off you are pre-cooling your cooler. Pre-cooling is also known as pre-loading or, pre-chilling a cooler. Frio coolers are made of denser material and therefore have greater mass (weight for its size). The insulation in your cooler insulates but it can also be and anchor for heat or cold. This is more intense in a Frio high end cooler due to insulation density (weight). Without pre-cooling, you will get better results with a low-end cooler then with a high-end cooler if both coolers start out warm. This is because the cheaper cooler has less mass, making it easier to change the temperature of the cooler. What’s happening when you pre-cool or pre-chill a cooler? When you pre-cool a cooler, you bring its temperature closer to the intended food temperature goal, thereby not wasting energy cooling the cooler. When the better coolers are pre-cooled, they will substantially outperform a pre-cooled low-end cooler. How do you pre-cool your cooler? Always start with your cooler in at least ac / room temperature. Do not pull from the attic or hot garage and add ice without chilling. Many people use sacrificial ice to pre-cool a cooler. This is ice that you use only for this purpose, toss out and then properly pack your cooler with new ice. The Frio Kooler Kube is a great "reusable" item to use to cool your cooler and greatly extend the life of your ice retention. Simply fill the Frio Kooler Kube with water and freeze for 24 hours. When it’s time to use the cooler, make sure your cooler is cold as possible, add the Kooler Kube with your ice and make sure the food and drinks you put into the cooler are cold as possible. This process will give you the best ice retention possible.