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Rotisery < Not for cooking

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  • Rotisery < Not for cooking

    My good ole Dynasty 300 DX, and I had some time the other day. So between the 2 of us we fab'd up some steel and built a nice little rotisery. Its not as fancy as some others. But it does everything I need it too.

    Casters are Faultess, 6" ones at the corners and 4" ones in the middle. The are all roller bearing, with grease zerks at the wheel bearing, and at the swivel. Rated for 900lbs each.

  • #2
    Nice job my friend!!


    • #3
      Nice job , I built a set so we could work on a freinds Nova . The ones I built are were built to do more than cars .


      • #4
        Could use a good coat of paint. Good job!


        • #5
          I don't fancy paint much. When the car gets sand blasted , I will blast the stand and send it out for powder coat. Its uncany but the Powder coaters have a blue <star blue> thats SOO close to miller blue. My benches are miller blue currently. But it was too much work to paint, when you don't have a proper booth set up.


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