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Old 01-06-2008, 11:23 AM
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Does anyone know who makes the rotisserie that was on today (1-6-08) show? The double side rails seem to be the ticket to a super strong unit.
Thanks, DJ

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you might log onto the show web sight or type in a search for rotessarie and see what you come up with.
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What show???????
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probably an autotwirlers unit from eastwood. i have the accessyable technologies version and i love it
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probably an autotwirlers unit from eastwood. i have the accessyable technologies version and i love it
Not sure... but I think Autotwirler only has centre rail connector.
AFAIK the Whirly Jig has two side rail connectors.

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Yeah- what show??
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The show??

Two Guys Garage shown on 1-6-08 had a rotisserie on it with a double rail base system..I'm trying to find out who makes it..Thanks, DJ
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Sorry, can't help you. I don't normally watch infomercials.
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Heres one.

http://www.1969supersport.com/roto.html

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Sounds like you want it really strong, one of the tests for a strong rotisserie is when you sand blast a body, then try to roll it over with a lot of sand in it, the one i showed you wouldn't roll over until I stood up on the side of it and the body and jumped up and down with all my weight to get it to move.

Once I rolled it over, a lot of the sand came out, then it was easy.
Anyway, just wanted to mention that.

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www.whirlyjig.com ,Try and see if this is the one your looking for.
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