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    swamprb is offline Can tell pulled pork from sliced brisket swamprb is an unknown quantity at this point
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    Default Rotisserie on a Drum Smoker?

    I had been dying to try the rotisserie on my Drum Smoker and it works better than I could have imagined. This is a 3/16" Hex drive Stainless Steel spit I salvaged from an outdoor kitchen GE gas grill with a 3HP motor modded to fit a Weber rotisserie mount.



    Beautiful day for a Drum Smoke!









    Had so much fun I made the fastest recorded Costco run and did 2 more!





    Any Drum Heads out there wanna try it! I'm thinking of making a dedicated rotisserie Drum.

    Enjoy!

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    NICE WORK!! Fat in the fire and rotisserie, it doesn't get much better than that.

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    I'm in the process of building 2 drums and was looking at the rotisserie just yesterday thinking of doing this very thing. Now I have the motivation to go straight into it. Thanks for the nudge swamprb!
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    Quote Originally Posted by swamprb View Post
    Any Drum Heads out there wanna try it! I'm thinking of making a dedicated rotisserie Drum.
    Great idea, Brian! Another use for a drum! Looks awesome, bro!
    Rob - TX Sandman
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    looks great, one question how much time did it take?

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    About an hour on the drum- it was running @ 300*+ at the dome

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    nice job.

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    That is great. Thanks for sharing.
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    What did you use to make the ring that supports the rotisserie ??

    Looks Great !

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    Nicely done.

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