The Grizzly Spit is a portable rotisserie cooking system, designed to be used to cook up to 15 pounds of food over any open fire, on the ground, or in a bbq pit. It runs on two D size batteries and can be used virtually anywhere. It comes with two upright poles which are driven into the ground on either side of the fire. It has a three foot crossbar that fits into the battery operated motor. The crossbar comes with two spit forks which lock the food on the crossbar so that the food does not slip while the rotisserie turns.
Instructions for use:
each use WASH cross bar and spit forks in warm soapy water, rinse thoroughly,
and wipe dry.
Drive the two vertical support poles into the ground, with a hammer,
approximately 34" apart on either side of your heat source.
Insert the battery powered gear reduction motor into slot on the vertical
Slide the food to be cooked onto the square rotisserie
cross bar and secure with spit forks.
Insert pointed end of crossbar through eyehole in support pole, then BACK
the other end into square opening on motor (mounted on second vertical support
FLIP THE SWITCH at the back of the motor and YOU'LL BE COOKING!
Your GRIZZLY SPIT PORTABLE ROTISSERIE KIT includes everything you need
except batteries, the fire and the food!
Knocked a 15 pound turkey out of the park on my first attempt at using an outdoor rotisserie! I've never had such good results cooking turkeys INSIDE! Keys to success:HOT fire to start,don't skimp-get those embers glowing. Have a secondary fire or charcoal chimney for fresh supply of fuel(New wood or charcoal will give you more flame than heat,not good if you're basting.) Give yourself time and a good even fire.
Roasted Piglet with this Baby!, 5.7.2014
Reviewer: Juan Acantlado-Rojo (Elgin, Ont)
I knew this was meant for a maximum of about 8# of meat so I mounted a mower wheel to the spit and a bike wheel to a dowel with a large split inner-tube as a drive belt. This rig ran 6.5 hours without a problem spinning a 25# piglet. Awesome!