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Unread 11-21-2013, 12:15 PM   #30
dwfisk
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Thanks, and yes my rotisserie moves up and down with the main cooking grate. Instead of connecting the lift cables to the cooking grate I fabricated 10" extensions out of some 2"X2" tubing so the lift point is actually about a foot above the main cooking grate and I made the attachment point for the rotisserie brackets just above that. So the same winch & pulley mechanism that lifts the main cooking grate also lifts the rotisserie. And you are so right, it is a really nice feature to have. I just put a grill thermometer on the main cooking grate and adjusted the height to keep a 325* cook.

Edit: FYI, details and photos are in my build thread, there is a link back on page #1 as part of my original post.

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Originally Posted by SmokerKing View Post
Nice build! Is your rotisserie rod and motor adjsutable up and down?

I found that when I built mine, it was great feature to be able to raise and lower the rod and motor as the fire varied throughout the cook.

I used Unistrut for the verticals;





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Home built 48" fire pit with a 30"x30" Santa Maria style ranch grill.
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