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    Posted: 29-August-2010 at 10:55AM
Check out post #10.
 
WOW!!!
WHAT A FREAKING AWESOME IDEA!!!
 
 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02-September-2010 at 6:20AM
My, that is more like extreme rotisserie!

It would be interesting to see it done on a Torino. I am sure it is possible. I think I'd spring for a steel one, though.

Those wood rotisseries (like in the really early posts) really did not look all that safe. Wood is not steel. I would not want to get underneath that thing!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02-September-2010 at 1:22PM
I am thinking a good steel one will be a cool deal!
 
Weld a rim on the end of it for the curve!?


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