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Good article on the art of the rotisserie

BGE Large and MiniMax, Napolean 500.  Obsessed with rotisserie.  


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  • SmyrnaGASmyrnaGA Posts: 437
    Thank!  Page bookmarked.

    Large BGE, Small BGE, KJ Jr, and a Cracked Vision Kub.

    in Smyrna GA.


  • CanuggheadCanugghead Posts: 6,192
    edited May 2017
    Great article. IMO one shortcoming of Jotisserie is lack of counter balance, perhaps due to lack of room.  Wondering if the new Big Jotisserie comes with it.
    canuckland
  • eggnewtoyeggnewtoy Posts: 412
    It's been ok for me. 
    BGE Large and MiniMax, Napolean 500.  Obsessed with rotisserie.  


  • HeavyGHeavyG Posts: 4,936
    Great article. IMO one shortcoming of Jotisserie is lack of counter balance, perhaps due to lack of room.  Wondering if the new Big Jotisserie comes with it.
    The Big Joe version is the same setup just scaled up. No room for a counterbalance.

    Doubt it needs it. The smaller model has a motor sized for 50 pounds of meat and one is not likely to get close to getting that amount inside. So as long as the load is reasonably eyeballed and centered it shouldn't harm the motor.

    Not sure if they also upscaled the motor in the Big Joe version.
    Camped out in the (757/804)
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