Buying a Weber Kettle Rotisserie would be too easy and too expensive... so
A friend of mine bent and welded the midsection. I cut and trimmed the stainless steel rod to fit the motor and purchased the hooks locally.
I'll be cutting a slit for the rotisserie, make it easier to install and remove from the mid section.
The chicken was great. Next time I'll remove the water pan.
Works just fine, but I need a 181/2 Weber Kettle lid to fit better. Anyone want to get rid of one??
High temp paint and slit for the spit
Only kinda dead barnyard avian mo betta than hot and fast on the chicken blaster is one which has been rotessed. Preferebaly rotessed split down the middle and residing in a clamp basket. Fine job. Can't imagine a WSM dont come equipped with some screw holes where can mount a couple of rotess brackets. It just aint fair I tell ya. I guess they figger that most rational folks would use a rotess on a grill as opposed to a water smoker. Shows whut they know huh?