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Help Please- need more info on how to set up rotisserie-

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Need help with setup- just got in motor, have large cradle and small spit- nothing fits in new 23"! Instructions do not match inside fittings- has there been a change in how spit contacts left and right sides. None of the adaptors or accessory rods seems to fit. If anyone has insight on how to make these pieces work, would be most appreciated- Thanks

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Do you have pix of how things don't seem to be fitting? There are pixs posted on the forum but it will take some digging to fine them. The good news is you know this will get sorted. :) 

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Is it pretty close when you add the fittings to both sides of the basket? I think I had to remove about 1/16" from mine to get it to fit. 

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Thanks for the comments-

Well, finally figured it out- issue was the left side spring load on the grill was stuck. So I also figured out what my PhD in engineering stands for- Push Harder and Deeper!

Ordered a OneGrill 50 lb motor- only one issue with the new bracket- the 6 to 4 side rod that connects motor to bushing in the grill side to turn the rotisserie needs to be cut off about 5/8". Easily done with hack saw and fits perfectly- see pic.

Also, Brian at OneGrill is especially helpful- obviously wants to help his customers- highly recommend!

Thanks, Barry

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I think that most of us have ended up making adjustments to the various connections on the basket, motor, and rods. My Dremel paid for itself just in getting all my rotisserie parts to work. Yeah, the folks at OneGrill are great. Walked me through the process to reverse the rotation on the motor so the threaded connections didn't work themselves loose during cooks - talk about frustrating!!! :smt017

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7 minutes ago, tony b said:

I think that most of us have ended up making adjustments to the various connections on the basket, motor, and rods. My Dremel paid for itself just in getting all my rotisserie parts to work. Yeah, the folks at OneGrill are great. Walked me through the process to reverse the rotation on the motor so the threaded connections didn't work themselves loose during cooks - talk about frustrating!!! :smt017

The new cradles have a socket and pin-clip connection so motor direction is irrelevant. 

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