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    rotisserie

    Hi New member here. I'm in the process of restoring 3 vans - an 85 almost done (being painted), an 86 good shape low miles but needs motor, an 87 cargo that I plan to convert. All have been cleaned, sandblasted and undercoated (a nasty nasty job). On the last 2 I used a rotisserie (pics attached) making it a way easier job. So much easier that I'm going to do my truck also.
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    Re: rotisserie

    Expect a lawsuit from El Pollo Loco any day now...
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    Re: rotisserie

    oh man id love to go to town on my van with one of those haha

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    Re: rotisserie

    Nice!!

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    Re: rotisserie

    Is it too late to ask for details on how you attached the van to the rotisserie mounts?

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    Re: rotisserie

    The crossarms front and back are large heavy gauge angle irons with hole locations the same as the bumper mounts. To use it I remove the bumpers and fluids, bolt the rotisserie on, jack it up (there are locking pins to hold it), remove the wheels, and roll it over.

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