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Drying Rack Motor

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I picked up a rotisserie kit @ Lowes yesterday....grilling section of store....came with motor & center shaft....$24..reg $35

Will work greatt for EPOXY DRYING RACK

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That sounds perfect. I have been looking around for something that I could use and there it is. I got the rack part figured out, its just an old rear bicycle rim and I will use the chain to drive it. Now I just need a rotisserie motor. Thanks for the info.:D

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That sounds perfect. I have been looking around for something that I could use and there it is. I got the rack part figured out, its just an old rear bicycle rim and I will use the chain to drive it. Now I just need a rotisserie motor. Thanks for the info.:D

Look on ebay for a rod drying motor. Cheaper and easier to work with. You can get them in different voltages.

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I went to the thrift store or goodwill and picked up a george forman mini rotisseri and tore it apart works great perfect speed and it has a timer.. I was stuck for ideas but happened to come across that and made a wood housing for it works like a dream. Total cost 10$

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I went to the thrift store or goodwill and picked up a george forman mini rotisseri and tore it apart works great perfect speed and it has a timer.. I was stuck for ideas but happened to come across that and made a wood housing for it works like a dream. Total cost 10$

look for microwave ovens at curbside trash and take out the turntable motor

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Question: What are you guys using to hold/support the other end of the rod when it`s turning?

I`ve tried a piece of wood with a small vee cut into it, covered over with felt. What else works ? :)

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