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Akorn Rotisserie setup with BBQube Pizza Ring Video

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Finally I got around to finish this idea I had for a long time, ever since I made the pizza ring. I picked up a set of Weber Rotisserie and lathed part of the shaft round to fit the Akorn. I cut two little "V" on the pizza ring and the drive motor sits perfectly on top fo the side table - lucked out on that one! The chickens were marinaded with Hawaiian Huli Huli Sauce for two days, with some Hawaiian Salt Seasoning, freshly ground pepper and they turned out amazing. I gotta thank my neighbor who worked at a construction site and got me a tuck load of dried out Kiawe wood. It burns really hot and long lasting. I'm starting to put a kit together and will report back on the progress.

 

 

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Fantastic! That looks really great. But I'd recommend not to do vertical video anymore, makes it hard to see what's going on during playback. Man, those chickens look good. It's nice to see the Akorn getting some love.

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On 7/18/2019 at 11:16 AM, Teajunkie said:

It's nice to see the Akorn getting some love.

Seconded! 

Yah, neat. I encourage you to devise a motor support for the non-cart crowd. That would enhance the desirability of your pizza ring. 

Pretty chickens! 

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On 7/20/2019 at 4:21 AM, lnarngr said:

Seconded! 

Yah, neat. I encourage you to devise a motor support for the non-cart crowd. That would enhance the desirability of your pizza ring. 

Pretty chickens! 

Noted! We have revised the design and now the motor support is no longer on the side table. I made a better video while holding my phone horizontally lol. 

We have started production prototype and hopefully will bring it the Akorn crowd in Sept.

If you can't wait, and have access to a lathe. You can modify a Weber Rotisserie kit to fit over the pizza ring as shown.

Aloha!

 

 

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3 hours ago, lnarngr said:

In the immortal words of Guga, "Let's Do It"!

We're doing it. Probably another month or two we'll have the kit. I'll update once I got the production prototype.

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