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Homemade Heavy-Duty Rotisserie


Heavy-Duty Rotisserie

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BUILDER:
toolman8 on harwoodperformance.bizland.com
DESCRIPTION:
Homemade, heavy-duty rotisserie fabricated from square steel tubing and capable of supporting and rotating at least 5,000 pounds. Caster-mounted for enhanced mobility.
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Feb 09, 2014 12:47 PM
Colorodan
Great piece of work. Was going through Homemade tools and found your detailed plans on the rotisserie and noticed your project (41 Buick) for which this tool was designed for. I to have a 41 Buick sedanet just like yours, infact I have two of them, one is for sale. Been collecting parts to put it all together, engine-GM454, going to go with a earlier version GM 700R4 without the use of a computer, and a complete frame from a 79 Chevy Caprice Classic. The rear end will have disc brakes from a 78 Cadillac Seville. From the Caprice classic I have the gas tank, wiring and brake/fuel line in place. Can't wait to get started on it, but right now I'm working on a 47 Chevy Fleetline 4dr businessman sedan.
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DIY Heavy-Duty Rotisserie - comment on how to build a Heavy-Duty Rotisserie - 2 comments
Colorodan says:
Feb 09, 2014 12:47 PM
Great piece of work. Was going through Homemade tools and found your detailed plans on the rotisserie and noticed your project (41 Buick) for which this tool was designed for. I to have a 41 Buick sedanet just like yours, infact I have two of them, one is for sale. Been collecting parts to put it all together, engine-GM454, going to go with a earlier version GM 700R4 without the use of a computer, and a complete frame from a 79 Chevy Caprice Classic. The rear end will have disc brakes from a 78 Cadillac Seville. From the Caprice classic I have the gas tank, wiring and brake/fuel line in place. Can't wait to get started on it, but right now I'm working on a 47 Chevy Fleetline 4dr businessman sedan.

daveward says:
Oct 26, 2013 12:26 AM
Wow.  Really helpful write-up.

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