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Discussion in 'Body Restoration' started by Rosster, Sep 23, 2020.
Can I please borrow that tip-tissorie SPG?
only if you swing on by when I'm done with it lol
Trust me if I was close to Sac, I would and pay you for it.
I made mine out of two Harbor Freight engine stands and some 2" angle and perforated angle iron. I can spin it a full 360' with one hand and with the angle locks in the engine stands I can lock into any spot and if I need another position, I just drill another hole. With the perforated angle on the floor I can make it any length I want and the outrigger legs make it very stable. Once done I take it apart and it breaks down into a storable bundle.
I bought a Bottoms Up rotisserie from Accessible Systems. Very well made and easy to use. Price was very fair. My cover photo shows my 73 on it.
I don't remember who made mine, (15 years ago) but you definitely want one with hydraulic cylinders that will raise and lower the body on it. I got mine from a guy who made them Vs. Summit or other online places.
Love my autotwirler! Heavy duty, got my 70Z project off it about a year ago. Can’t beat it! Where are you located?
Northern california bay area