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Rib-O-Lator
12-29-2012, 12:41 PM
You have seen ferris wheel type rotisseries in larger smokers that cost thousands of dollars.
All I have done is take that same concept and made it fit the average grill or smoker so you could achieve the same competition quality BBQ the pros do at a fraction of the cost.

Use Promo code rib for $10 off

What makes the Rib-o-lator works so well, is that it cooks (rotates) all your food using indirect heat. All BBQ pros will tell you that this is the best way to turn out tender juicy food.

How Big is it and What's it Made Out of?
The Rib-o-lator consists of four stainless steel trays that are 17” long x 5” wide = 340 sq” of cooking surface and two X brackets that attach to the spit rod (up to 5/8” diameter). Once the brackets are secured in place the trays will slip on and off without having to remove the brackets.
All parts are dishwasher safe.

I also have a new tray design that will adjust from 14"L to 24"L. All you do is slide the trays in and out to adjust to whatever length you need.

The Rib-o-lator holds allot of food:


4 racks of ribs
20 chicken breasts
60 hot dogs
16 pork chops
16 ears of corn



12 steaks
4 full length fish fillets
20 chicken thighs
60 wings and drums
all the veggies you can eat
And much more

What Will the Rib-o-lator Fit?
The Rib-o-lator will fit 99% of all medium to large gas grills, 22.5 Weber kettle and WSM style grills, 55 gal drum smokers and many others.

My son and I as well as many other BBQ teams have used the Rib-o-lator in many competitions and have always placed using it.

You can see many of our pics as well as those of customers who have cooked on the Rib-o-lator.
http://www.ribolator.com/photogallery.php

If you go to our site you will see all you need to know about the Rib-o-lator and how it works.
http://www.ribolator.com/index.php

Here are some testimonials:
http://www.ribolator.com/testimonials.php

The Rib-o-lator fits gas,22.5 kettle and wsm, 55gal drums (UDS) and many others.

http://www.ribolator.com/images/hp-ribo.jpg


Check out our Facebook page as well.
http://www.facebook.com/tastyribs

BB-Kuhn
01-02-2013, 06:06 AM
How long do those batteries last with 4 big slabs of spare ribs on that thing. Saw a YouTube video and it looked like the motor was struggling - a bit jagged in operation and not as smooth as possible.

I really like and am interested in this product, I'm just weary of an underpowered motor breaking, or going through D batteries fast enough to make it not worth the trouble.

scm1226
01-02-2013, 10:58 AM
How long do those batteries last with 4 big slabs of spare ribs on that thing. Saw a YouTube video and it looked like the motor was struggling - a bit jagged in operation and not as smooth as possible.

I really like and am interested in this product, I'm just weary of an underpowered motor breaking, or going through D batteries fast enough to make it not worth the trouble.

I just got mine last week for my Birthday. Unfortunately my Cajun Bandit Rot Ring didn't arrive so I had to put it on my gasser. I have a plug in rotisserie. I wouldn't think the battery operated one would work nicely (or that long) but I can't say for sure. It worked great I can't wait to cook on it when the bandit ring comes in. I will post with Pics ASAP.

Rib-O-Lator
01-03-2013, 10:40 AM
this is the only motor i use even in comps. the batteries last 50hrs and will turn 25lbs of food. it's not as quite as a corded motor but works great.