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Unread 03-28-2013, 10:30 AM   #1
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Default Rotisserie Set Up - Chargriller Outlaw

I recently received a rotisserie for my Chargriller Outlaw, but have not used one with a charcoal grill before. Can anyone share their set-up with me (particulalrly if you have a Chargriller)? Do you use a drip pan directly under the meat and place charcoal parrallel or pependicular to the skewer? Or do you place Charcoal directly under the meat? Pics would be helpful. Thank you!
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Here's my Weber set-up with a turkey. Pretty much this for everything I rotisserie.

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Looks nice. I want to get a rotissere for my equipment as well.
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I also have a char-griller outlaw and rotissere.

I use indirect heat with the coals at one end and the bird at the other end. I put the legs/thighs closer to the coals.

I put a drip pan under the bird.

I put the coals in a charcoal basket and near the end of the cook I remove the drip pan and slide the coals under the bird to crisp up the skin.
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i have my coals on the side but you can put them on the bottom. i put my coals only on one side and i set it up so that the top of the meat is going towards the coals.

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I have a Chargriller smokin pro with a rotisserie. It's sweet. Nice crispy even chicken in no time. But I prefer to spatchcock than mess with the setup and cleanup sometimes.
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