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So a few weeks ago I decided I neeeeeeeded a Big Joe Rotisserie. I love my Classic Joetisserie, but unfortunately there wasn't any Big Joetisseries Australia yet so I decided I would have a crack at making one myself. Turned out way better then i was expecting! 

 

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Nice clean job. Awesome!

 

The moment that I saw the original--i knew that any one with heavy sheet metal,a way to cut metal, and a mig welder-- that it would be easy to make one.

 

Can you show pictures of the ends where the  motor mount is attached and the spit exit side?

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10 hours ago, Marty said:

Nice clean job. Awesome!

 

The moment that I saw the original--i knew that any one with heavy sheet metal,a way to cut metal, and a mig welder-- that it would be easy to make one.

 

Can you show pictures of the ends where the  motor mount is attached and the spit exit side?

Thanks Mate! sure thing, i will take some photos for you and post it up soon.

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VERY NICE!  

 

An idea if you build another one  LOL... If you put the spit on the diagonal over the mounting bolts for the side shelves aligned from right front bolt set to left rear bolt set with the spit motor at the left rear you may have been able to retain use of the shelves and the rotisserie at the same time.  At least that is what I did on my Big Joe on my rotisserie setup I prototyped a couple of years ago although I was not using a tapered ring arrangement.   

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2 hours ago, Smokehowze said:

VERY NICE!  

 

An idea if you build another one  LOL... If you put the spit on the diagonal over the mounting bolts for the side shelves aligned from right front bolt set to left rear bolt set with the spit motor at the left rear you may have been able to retain use of the shelves and the rotisserie at the same time.  At least that is what I did on my Big Joe on my rotisserie setup I prototyped a couple of years ago although I was not using a tapered ring arrangement.   

Great tip! I am making another one for a friend actually. I don't use my side tables but that's a great idea! 

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On 29/07/2017 at 0:28 AM, Marty said:

Nice clean job. Awesome!

 

The moment that I saw the original--i knew that any one with heavy sheet metal,a way to cut metal, and a mig welder-- that it would be easy to make one.

 

Can you show pictures of the ends where the  motor mount is attached and the spit exit side?

hope these shots are helpful to you mate. I used my gas BBQ rotisserie for this. thats why it goes out both ends. I didn't want to cut it down. this way I can always put it back on my gas bbq if I want to. here is a link to my YouTube page. there is a small video of the rotisserie that may show some better angles for you. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpE6s1dhj80

 

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