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Unread 11-24-2010, 06:24 PM   #1
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Hey guys, I am thinking about doing my turkey on my 22.5 weber with the rotisserie, but am unsure if the motor can handle twenty lbs. What do you guys think?
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If it dies, it will be a great excuse to get a stronger, cordless one! :)

(I think it will be fine if you balance it well.)
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If it's the Weber version for the kettle it will turn a 20lb turkey
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If it's the Weber version for the kettle it will turn a 20lb turkey
Balanced though.
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