Rotisserie Plans And Pictures

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  1. POCKER

    POCKER Veteran Member

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    Hey guys.
    A while ago I offered the plans of my rotisserie.
    Finally I have them.
    These plans are in millimeters. In South America we use decimal instead of inches but is simple to transform from millimeters to inches.
    Most of the metal tubes are common sizes.
    50 millimeters are aprox 2 inches.
    60 mil are aprox 2.5
    100 mil are aprox 4 inches.
    110 mil are aprox 4.5 inches
    You can transform my measures and use the tubes you can get. The important part is to get tube sizes that introducing one in the other you have the enough clearance to move inside but not too much. (I don’t know if I explain my self clearly but the idea is to have telescopic tubes that move freely but not VERY FREELY).
    All the tubes are structural. It means that are minimum 1/8 inch wall thickness.
    Following are the plans and pictures. If you have any questions or you need more detailed pictures let me know.
    I bought Ram jacks from Jcwhitney. Following is the page link.

    http://www.jcwhitney.com/autoparts/...11475/p-2011475/N-111+10201+600017614/c-10101

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    Hope it helps.

    Best Wishes

    David
     
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    77RS Veteran Member NastyZ28 Sponsor NazstyZ28 Sponsor Lifetime Gold Member

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    verrrry nice! The car is looking great too.
     
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    Thanks POCKER for the plans and the car is looking good. Keep up the good work
     
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    Muchas gracias, Pocker. I got a question for you and others. Just because it's cheap I would probably build one out of wood to hold the body only. Now if I just want to do the bottom for now, do you think a metal one would hold the whole car w/o engine and tranny ?. Thanks and keep up the good work.
     
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    Hey Kstripes
    A metal one can hold the whole car without the engine and tranny. It depends on the quality of the rotisserie. The one I make can hold it.
    The problem is where to attach the bases to hold the car. In my case it’s attached on rear spring point and in front chassis base point.
     
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    GREAT job!!

    POCKER, that is just awesome. Thanks for the plans. You did a great job. It even LOOKS good! :bowtie:
     
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    That has to be one of the nicest home made rotisserie I have seen!!! The cars looking pretty darn good to!
     
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    Damn nice of you to post all that. I'm sure must have taken a bit of time. Thanks a lot. If I ever decide to try this it will be nice to have your plans to work from.
     
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    Administrator: Can I suggest putting this on the "sticky"?
     

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