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Unread 06-25-2013, 02:12 AM   #1
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Default very cool setup !

this is posted on the garage journal welding section. they are removable sections.

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Unread 06-25-2013, 02:23 AM   #2
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Got everything covered, what would the grate wire drum be used for
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Unread 06-25-2013, 02:35 AM   #3
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Well if it were in Florida it would be for BBQ lotto of course
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^^^Like he said.
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Make the mesh on the drum smaller and you could use it to roast coffee. Your arm would be tired from cranking it for 15 minutes, but it would work.
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Hey, that's mine!

I've been using it quite a bit, tri tips, chicken, peppers





I've also got it set up to cook a small hog like a Caja China box. Did 3 butts in it earlier this year

Think I'm going to test the hog cook next month!



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We use the same drum for raffles at our sportfishing club! Sounds perfect to me, A little cookout and raise a little money...giddy up!!
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Thanks for the OP; SmokerKing that is a very cool setup and I really like the pepper roaster! What size & motor did you go with for your rotisserie? I'm wanting to add one to mine.
I'm looking at a 1/2x39" SS spit rod and the SS 25# DC motor; any thoughts?
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There's a guy at our Farmer's Market that does this. I never thought about making my own!
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Thanks for the OP; SmokerKing that is a very cool setup and I really like the pepper roaster! What size & motor did you go with for your rotisserie? I'm wanting to add one to mine.
I'm looking at a 1/2x39" SS spit rod and the SS 25# DC motor; any thoughts?
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Here's where I buy my rods, motors, kits. They've all held up well so far.

http://www.onegrill.com/category_s/122.htm

I bought the 40 lb motor for the Santa Maria rotisserie set up
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hope it was ok to post that. was just amazed at all the welding and projects being done and then this appeared and it made me sit up and notice the great setup. great work !


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I've been using it quite a bit, tri tips, chicken, peppers





I've also got it set up to cook a small hog like a Caja China box. Did 3 butts in it earlier this year

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Nice grill I love the versatility of it.
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that thing will do almost anything...nice
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FARKIN Bad Arse !!! Nice set up .
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