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04-07-2004 03:47 PM
DARK SIDE Thax for the pics and advice guys. Keven 45...your base is 39 in. wide. Is that enough or would you build it wider if you did it again. I'm going to be putting o 52 buick super on it and I'm a little concerned about it tipping over,..john
04-07-2004 05:30 AM
Originally posted by Kevin45
Check out page 4 & 5 in my Photo album. It has a couple of plans for rotisseries.

Nicely done. Gonna hafta copy them there pages.

04-06-2004 05:45 PM
Kevin45 Check out page 4 & 5 in my Photo album. It has a couple of plans for rotisseries.

04-06-2004 03:58 PM
302 Z28 I saw one that was for a frame and it was made of two engine stands, worked real well and it was cheap.

04-06-2004 02:13 PM I won't publish scans of the plans 'cause they are copyrighted but you can get them in the book

The Racer's Guide to Fabricating Shop Equipment
by John Block
Steve Smith Autosports Publications
P.O. Box 11631
Santa Ana, CA 92711

or get it on-line @
04-06-2004 02:03 PM
poncho62 Yeah, right........I think this thing attaches to the wheel hubs.

BTW, I am in Georgetown, just up the QEW toward Toronto.
04-06-2004 02:00 PM

Bodys coming off the fram in 2 weeks so I don't think the tilting kind will help.
04-06-2004 01:55 PM
poncho62 I see that you are Canadian, ......Don't know if you get "Old Autos" magazine, but there is an ad in there for a car cradle that lets you tip the car on its side. I have the paper at work and will try to post the address tomorrow.
04-06-2004 01:43 PM

Hi to all. I'm new to the site and it looks really good. Lot's of info. I'm trying to build a rotisserie. I have checked out most of the forums here and have asked 4 people for plans that they state they have. I have recieve 1 response already with a promise to send plans if they can be found and I'm sure more will follow. What I need from anyone who has ever built one is all the don't and never do's that you ran into while building it. I need all and any advice. If anyone has any good plans please send..thax.

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