All rotisserie cooking requires Medium-Hot indirect heat, and a drip pan. A large enough pan will provide the indirect heat for you.
Checking the diameter of your spit rod is easily accomplished by just laying it down next to a pen or a sharpie marker. A standard 5/16 spit rod is just slightly larger than a pen.
The placement of your spit rod bushing is very important to your rotisseries performance. You want everything to rotate as freely as possible. In order to achieve this slide the bushing onto the rod, place the rod into the rotisserie motor as far as it will go then pull it out slightly, a half an inch should do it.
On this page we answer common questions people have about their grill rotisseries. We will be using some of the actual e-mail questions and our replies that we have received over the years.
We get asked all the time for either extra long or large custom spit rods. These are people looking to grill over fire pits or for rotisserie cooking whole hogs. The only thing we can really recommend is finding some 304 stainless steel rod stock. Rod stock is readily available either from a local machine […]
How to mount a grill rotisserie is written for those who have never installed one before. This is a step by step how to guide to ease you through the process. You only need to install it once so take your time and do it properly and it will pay off for you in the […]