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mbshop 03-03-2013 12:49 AM

small rotiss for small grills.
i'm wanting to use a rotiss on my weber go anywhere and maybe the sj's.
i got enough parts from two good farberware cookers. but i'm starting to overthink things especially on how to attach the rotiss. i don't want to
drill any holes. anyone seen something like that or got ideas/suggestions?
thanks !

Skidder 03-03-2013 06:17 AM

What part are you over thinking? How to attach the ring to the base or how to attach the rotisserie rod to the ring? What skills and tools do you have?

code3rrt 03-03-2013 07:09 AM

Without drilling holes might be tough. The only two things that come to mind would be to figure a way to make the hardware in a fashion that slides or clamps on to each end or to the handles for one, or to manufacture a "ring" that would fit the Go anywhere in the same way the Kettle ring works. Both options would seem to me to be a lot more work than drilling a few holes.
I used to have a small grill similar to the go anywhere, I drilled the wholes and attached the hardware with bolts and wingnuts, made it real easy assembly and removal, worked great for campouts and such. In my case, the way I had it you could not close the lid when using the roto, but i managed to cook some pretty good stuff anyway.

Let us all know what mod you come up with, might be useful to some others.

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