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A while back I did a search for a rotisserie motor to set up a home made drying rack.  Depending on which one you find they run from 6-8 RPM.  My intention was to find to use as a drive for a 4 or 5 rod drying rack for doing decals and eyelet repairs, but since I started the floating resin swimbait project with Vodkaman I decided I would want one for drying paint and sealer on hard bait sections as well.  

 

I searched Ebay, Amazon, Craiglist, Backpage, etc.  I found the cheapest one was to buy a complete brand new rotisserie from Lowes of all places.  Since I go buy a local Lowes store periodically during the ordinary course of business it was no big deal to stop by and pickup the one they had in stock.  

 

Anybody need a rod and meat hooks?  

 

LOL.

Edited by Bob La Londe

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I made my turner from a rotisserie too. I got my from academy though.

Recently I found two microwaves in people's trash. I got the motor for the turn table out of them. Now I have spares.

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