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Old 03-21-2005, 01:44 PM   #1
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Recommended Rotisseries

I’m new to the rotisserie game, and I’m looking for recommendations for a rotisserie. I’ve seen prices from $30 to $130 so far. Obviously not all rotisseries fit all grills, but after a quick look it appears that many rotisseries will work on many different grills. In particular, it appears that there are many rotisseries that will fit your average gass grill.

I have a charcoal Bar-B-Chef Texas Grill. It is basically the same shape/size as a typical 4 burner gasser. Other than the [url=http://www.bbqgalore.com/store/item.bbq?invky=5823916]$130 33
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Old 03-21-2005, 03:15 PM   #2
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Check out the EZ-Que. They make one that would fit your NEW grill. Susan and Bruce have them. They just ran a special deal for people on the TVWB site.
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Old 03-21-2005, 03:23 PM   #3
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Check out the EZ-Que. They make one that would fit your NEW grill. Susan and Bruce have them. They just ran a special deal for people on the TVWB site.
OK. I saw that I missed a deal by about a week. Ouch. That hurts. I haven't seen the Bar-B-Chef roti. So, I don't know if it looks superior/same/inferior to the EZ-Que. I do know that the EZ-Que looks very nice.
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Email the guy that put the deal together. See if they can sneak you in.
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Old 03-21-2005, 05:33 PM   #5
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I ordered 1 from the guy from TVWBB and recieved it Sat. I haven't used it yet but I can tell you it is a quality piece of equipment. Should last me a lifetime!
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Old 03-22-2005, 07:54 AM   #6
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I just got my EZ Que Hobo yesterday. I agree w/Nick, the thing is pretty high quality. Took about a minute to put together. I did notice the motor was pretty loud, though. Might have to crank the tunes a little higher when it's running at our neighborhood bonfires this summer.... :badgrin: Plenty big enough for 2 chickens...

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Oooh, I got the hobo but haven't opened it! The regular motors aren't too loud (or at least aren't any louder than the weber). If I have time I might tear into the box today just to take a look at the thing. Too exciting!
Maybe it's just me, then. But I think it's pretty loud compared to the one on my Vermont Castings.

Susan, I'm suprised at you! I would think you've already cranked out 10 chickens and a pork roast on it! Must be in the pile next to the Sportsman...

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Old 03-23-2005, 10:08 AM   #8
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Sounds like the EZ Que is the way to go. I'm still not crystal clear on which model would fit my grill, but I'm pretty sure I can get the manufacturer to tell me.

After blowing a chunk of change on the new grill & accessories, I'm going to have to hold off on the roti purchase for a while. I'll probably ask for one for my birthday or Christmas.

I'll keep an eye on roti talk in the mean time.
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