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Re: rotisserie motor

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Posted by donnie on February 26, 2012 at 18:02:51:

In Reply to: rotisserie motor posted by ozie henry on February 26, 2012 at 14:08:50:

Grainger has what you need. I usually use a 2 rpm but can't remember what hp they have been. Grainger has sprockets, collars, chains most anything you need and if they don't have what you need they can usually point you in the right direction. You could probably go to the Old Hickory or Southern Pride website and find the hp rating of some of their cookers.

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