jimmie7915

Help finding a rotisserie motor

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Can anyone tell me what department in Lowes that I would find the rotisserie motor.I know I've heard you guys talk about buying these things there but when I went and asked one of the employees there where I would find this he looked at me like I was speaking Japanese.He had absolutely no idea what I was talking about.Thanks again fellas you guys rock!

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Sears, lowes, home depot, wally world all have them in the BBQ/grill section. Any place that has a good selection of grills should have them.

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the one that spike a pike posted is the cheapest one I've seen (its what I use)...I used a 5 gallon bucket to draw a circle on 1/4 inch plywood and built a drum:)

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here the lowe's one....built a frame like a rodwraper kinda just to mount it like you mount it to a grill:) I ain't used it yet my celler'd too cold for epoxy

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other end...I used a 5 gal bucket and traced the bottom on 1/4 plywood...I turned the inside part(don't know what to call it) on my lathe and screwed the plywood to it after drilling it out to fit the shaft, and used a bolt to hold it to the shaft....:)

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stripercrazy.

If you had mounted the rotisserie motor and spit in your gas grill with the frame inside, couldn't you have set the burner to a low setting and countered the cold and be using it now???

Dude, tackle building is about taking risks.... JUST KIDDING, SAFETY FIRST ALWAYS

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