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woodpelletsmoker 11-05-2012 01:15 AM

Do you need to add a Spit Rotisserie in your offset
 
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main skewer length is 48" inches.
Three skewers design can hold food easily and securely
Motor is 110VAC or 230 VAC, can turn 80 lbs load on rotisserie
Price is $200, free surface mail to north American
You need only to drill two holes of  3/8" inches at both ends

You can add a small one on your weber also.
main skewer length is 24" inches.
Three skewers design
Motor is 12 VDC , can turn 30 lbs load on rotisserie
Price is $80, free surface mail to north American

What is your comment

woodpelletsmoker 11-05-2012 01:22 AM

I have reverse flow offset wood pellet smoker.
I measure temperature at different points.
Upper part, lower part, left side and right side have different temperatures.
Reverse flow can reduce difference from left to right sides.
Spit Rotisserie is a great help too.


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