I have to admit that for every complete rotisserie system we sell, there are many more that are being made in a garage or shop somewhere by regular guys that are handy enough to figure out how to do it. Excellent! It's great to see some much interest in rotisserie cooking. It is a challenging but very satisfying DIY project (I've done it myself a few times) and the payoff is a lot of fun and roast pig to eat.
However, it is not as easy as it seems. There's a bit of engineering, possibly some fancy machining and some hard to find parts that can make the difference between success and, well, you know. If your presentation fails, it could be pretty spectacular and if that isn't bad enough, you have to go back and redo it - more time, more $$$.
So we are here to help you. Call us up for some general advice, or see what we have for you. Maybe you need a motor, a spit, a coupler, forks and other hardware to keep the meat in place (didn't think about that one did you?), etc. Whatever you are missing, we probably have the part or can offer a solution. Let us know - either when you're starting out or when you get stuck - what we can do to help.
Here are some pages that offer parts for building your own pig, hog, lamb, goat, turkey, chicken, or whatever rotisserie:
or here, if you give up and want to let us handle it all (not such a bad choice at the end of some days)