Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Old 14-11-2003, 01:15 AM
MONTMACH
 
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I checked google with no luck, I know somebody out there has one. Yea I
know I spelled rotissory wrong. TIA

Dave
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Dave Griffith
NAR 14156
The R.A.T.T.-works
Monterey Machine Products
1504-A Industrial Park Street
Covina, CA 91722 U.S.A.
http://www.rattworks.com

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Old 14-11-2003, 01:46 AM
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MONTMACH wrote:
I checked google with no luck, I know somebody out there has
one. Yea I know I spelled rotissory wrong. TIA

Dave
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Dave Griffith
NAR 14156
The R.A.T.T.-works
Monterey Machine Products
1504-A Industrial Park Street
Covina, CA 91722 U.S.A.
http://www.rattworks.com


It's one a them Frenchie words and you spelled it wrong twice g.
Maybe if you Google for "rotisserie" you'll have better luck.
Jack Curry


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Old 14-11-2003, 02:10 AM
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Jack Curry Jack-Curry typed:
MONTMACH wrote:
I checked google with no luck, I know somebody out there has
one. Yea I know I spelled rotissory wrong. TIA

Dave
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Dave Griffith
NAR 14156
The R.A.T.T.-works
Monterey Machine Products
1504-A Industrial Park Street
Covina, CA 91722 U.S.A.
http://www.rattworks.com

It's one a them Frenchie words and you spelled it wrong twice g.
Maybe if you Google for "rotisserie" you'll have better luck.
Jack Curry


Adding "Motor" to "rotisserie" making it "rotisserie motor" (keep the quotes)
gives 1,690 hits. Since I don't see a need for one in my Kamados, I'll leave it
to you, Dave, to decide if any of these will fit your needs.

BOB
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...=Google+Search


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Old 14-11-2003, 04:47 PM
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"MONTMACH" wrote in message
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I checked google with no luck, I know somebody out there has one.

Yea I
know I spelled rotissory wrong. TIA

Dave
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Dave Griffith
NAR 14156
The R.A.T.T.-works
Monterey Machine Products
1504-A Industrial Park Street
Covina, CA 91722 U.S.A.
http://www.rattworks.com


Dave try Grainger.com look for a DC or AC gear motor


Ken


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Old 15-11-2003, 04:10 PM
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I checked google with no luck, I know somebody out there has one.

Yea I
know I spelled rotissory wrong. TIA

Dave
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www.surpluscenter.com

look under gear motors




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Old 16-11-2003, 03:32 AM
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"K Hannan" wrote in message
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"MONTMACH" wrote in message
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I checked google with no luck, I know somebody out there has one.

Yea I
know I spelled rotissory wrong. TIA

Dave
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Dave Griffith
NAR 14156
The R.A.T.T.-works
Monterey Machine Products
1504-A Industrial Park Street
Covina, CA 91722 U.S.A.
http://www.rattworks.com


Dave try Grainger.com look for a DC or AC gear motor


Ken

They have one that turns 2 rpm made by Dayton part # 3M51 rated at 700

inch pounds. I have seen one used for 5 years and no problems all of mine
use one.



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Old 16-11-2003, 02:45 PM
butch burton
 
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"Michael" wrote in message ...
"MONTMACH" wrote in message
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I checked google with no luck, I know somebody out there has one.

Yea I
know I spelled rotissory wrong. TIA

Dave
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www.surpluscenter.com

look under gear motors


Got one from surpluscenter-it is a gear motor with 135 inch pounds of
torque-reversable with wiring mods and a great little motor-spins my
fully loaded 30# coffee bean roaster drum. THey are used-first one I
got had a howl in the gear box-they replaced it no questions
asked-even paid shipping both ways-now that is service-just held my
telephone reciever up to the beast-their tech said yeah it is growling
a bit-replacement on the way. Great goodies they have in this place.
Eventually am going to build a large smoker out of a 250 gallon oil
tank-want to put a rotisserie in the beast and will use this gear
motor to drive the critter. OH mine is 30 rpm-could reduce this with
diff sprocket sizes-if for a app with lots of heat would suggest going
with a chain drive. I have timed several large commercial
rotisserie's and most seem to turn at 5 rpm.


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