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    Which Rotisserie for Weber

    I have an oldie but goodie Weber Genesis Silver B. 3 burner 18"x24" cooking surface.

    Looking to do some rotisserie cooking on it. Is the Weber OE unit the best? Or is there another option?


    Amazon.com : Weber 1000-4500 Genesis B C & A 500 700 Spirit Series Gas Grill Rotisserie Kit 7517 : Patio, Lawn & Garden

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    This is what my grill looks like.

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    • Max Good
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      That's the one alright. Weber Part number 7517.

      Other rotisseries may work, but Weber recommends 7517 for your grill.

    #3
    I'll see if Max has some input.....

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      #4
      Found a Weber 7517 new in box for $30 on CL. Figure the motor is worth that if I have to modify or buy new parts for the rest of it.

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        #5
        I bought one for my weber from this place. www.onegrill.com It's a real nice unit and heavy duty. I think it was a lot better than the weber unit.

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          #6
          Well, I went to pick up my CraigsList gem and the motor made horrible noises, but the spit, forks and the rest of it was pristine. $10 later it was mine.

          Took it home, disassembled the motor, cleaned and lubed everything, but it back together and BAM! $10 rotisserie.

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          • Jerod Broussard
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            Great job!! Jason King does his Prime Rib Roast on a rotisserie.

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          My first cook on the spit went really well. Chuck with simple garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper.

          Tried to hold around 300 on the dome thermometer, so I was probably somewhere between 250 and 350. Front and rear burners on low to medium, middle burner off. Meat was DELICIOUS. Should have cooked a little longer, but the natives were restless.

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            • Jerod Broussard
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              Nice, I also like the dome thermometer guesstimation.

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