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  • wood fired spit roaster

    I've been asked assist in puting together a kit oven by a guy who also wants a wood fired spit roaster. Anyone had some experience ? I was thinking along the lines of a fire brick pit (a few holes in the side to allow air in) over vermicrete, with a s'steel lid and inside an electric powered spit. Help !
    Kindled with zeal and fired with passion.

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    Re: wood fired spit roaster

    You could take a Forno Bravo Fireplace Kit and bore a hole in each side and mount the motor on one side add a grate to hold a tray if you need one . Bingo an instant Wood Fired roaster and a cozy Fireplace when your not interested in Roasting.

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    • #3
      Re: wood fired spit roaster

      here is one of the niicest simplest one to build

      Fireplace BBQ and Outdoor Pig Rotisseries: SpitJack Fireplace Rotisseries and Hearth Cooking Grills

      with a few mods it can do anything.

      you can build this unit for about 150 dollars including motor. just let your imagihtion fun wild.

      this is one built for about 50 dollars http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f39/...erie-4159.html
      Last edited by CajunKnight; 09-06-2008, 11:23 AM.
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      • #4
        Re: wood fired spit roaster

        CK, good to hear from you!

        I have a couple of windsheild wiper motors that may just do the trick. I love the ideas one can find here.

        Christo
        My oven progress -
        http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f8/c...cina-1227.html
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        • #5
          Re: wood fired spit roaster

          Originally posted by christo View Post
          I have a couple of windsheild wiper motors that may just do the trick. I love the ideas one can find here.
          Christo
          Make sure you add some heat shielding, I made one from a wiper motor, and the casing ended up glowing red!!!
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          My 2nd Build:
          Is here

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          • #6
            Re: wood fired spit roaster

            Look up ACHILES in the photo section, he built a nice rotisserie with his oven, He is a great guy and im sure he would be happy to share experience with you

            Cheers
            Mark

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