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    Quote Originally Posted by brandEn View Post
    I measured my drum and its 22 9/16"..... I may just pull the trigger. Rib-o-Later sells this ring as a kit for $150. This may be the set up I need. I would like to get a regular spit though so I could do whole Turkeys for the Holidays.

    We shall see.
    The EZ Que 8" cradle would be ideal for that if you could find one.

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    Can you do a whole turkey with the 8" EZ-Que cradle?

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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 C&C Grilling Co. rotiss ring

    I have one!

    And it works great!

    It is reversible for use with a kettle or a 22" WSM.

    The only drawback that bothers me is that it won't fit my Cajun Bandit!
    But I already have a Weber and EZ-Que ring for them, and even though I had been hearing rumors for months before I got my hands on one, I had modded out the center section of a spare big bullet and turned it into a mega rotis ring!

    But for those of you that have a 22" WSM and are contemplating getting the C&C ring, I would definitely give it a big thumbs up!

    It fits snugly on both a kettle and the WSM, and like they said it fits on a drum if its 22 9/16"-unfortunately none of mine are-BUT, with if you know me and my drums, I use the "kettle flange mod" and the ring will work on mine and you can do the same.

    The motor mounts are custom made for the ring and in my opinion are superior to a Weber or "universal motor mounts" as they have a better hold on the motor with no slop or drop on the down stroke-especially nice if you have a Rib-O-Lator or EZ-Que cradle!

    In case anyone was interested in the battery operated rotis motors, they work like a charm and I have been using mine at comps and at home with no problemos!

    Feel free to PM me if you have any questions-or better yet give C&C a call, they will get back to you and set ya straight-they are cooks too ya know!

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    I got another drum that will be strictly for a rotisserie using my Weber lid. Last year i bought a universal kit at Walmart on close out @ 10.00. Drum was burned out yesterday and all i need to finish is to cut the slot for the rod to drop into.All the holes for the brackets are drilled. Was not anything a 12 pack of Bud light could not accomplish

    Cheaper than 150.00

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