The rotisserie spit rod replacement is a 5/16 square spit rod. This is the most common size and shape found in grill rotisserie kits. These rods are pointed on one end and have 9mm threading (also the most common) for a handle on the other. The rotisserie spit rod replacement are available in 6 different lengths for grills of all sizes, and we have a size chart below to ensure a proper fit. The length listed in the descriptions is the length of the rod itself.
If you are not sure of the width of your existing spit rod here is an article on how to find that out. It also covers how to figure it out if you have lost the rod and only have the hardware.
Note: These are not compatible with Weber grills.
The rotisserie spit rod replacement is made of steel with a high quality chrome plated finish. These rods have a suggested weight capacity of under 15 pounds.
This is just the rod the handle is available separately here and will be a suggested item when you checkout.
To measure for the proper fit of the rotisserie spit rod replacement. Take a tape measure and measure the width of your grill where the rotisserie is mounted, across the notches for the rotisserie is ideal. Most grill bodies get narrower at the bottom and top so measuring in the proper spot is important.
Rotisserie Spit Rod Replacement Size Chart
Grills up to 13″ require the 19″ Spit Rod
Grills up to 18″ require the 24″ Spit Rod
Grills up to 22″ require the 28″ Spit Rod
Grills up to 26″ require the 32″ Spit Rod
Grills up to 31″ require the 37″ Spit Rod
Grills up to 37″ require the 45″ Spit Rod
You should also look at your rotisserie motor to be sure it has a square drive. A hex rod will work in a square drive but a square rod will not work in a hex drive. The rod should also fit into your motor a little loose. Heat from the grilling process will expand the metal of the rod, so if it is a tight fit to begin with you may not be able to remove it from the motor when it is hot.
Warnings for the rotisserie spit rod replacement
The metal rod gets hot when in use, always wear hand protection when handling. Spit rods should always be kept and stored out reach of children.