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I am wanting to do a rotisserie prop with a dummy or something small/lightweight on it this year. I was wondering if anyone had a recommendation on what kind of motor to use for that?" Thanks!
 

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The Horror of The South
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Beleive it or not, but a rotisserie motor will work perfectly....

Its been suggested many times as its the perfect RPM and torque for a prop to be placed on it...

Ruggerz
 

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I agree with ruggerz........If it can spin a small pig it can spin a light prop .......they sell rotisserie motors at home depot.or whole rotisserie kits for pretty cheap .....I dont know if they put them away for the Christmas stuff yet ....I figure that stuff will be out soon ,,,,,,,,
 

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I just won one on ebay for .99 and just a few bucks shipping. If you're patient enough to wait for shipping, you could go that route.
 

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I can let you have the whole thing.....motor, pole, little spiky things. I have one I picked up for $7 and will let you have it for the same, plus shipping of course. Its brand new and made by Jenn Air. Send me a PM if you are interested.
 
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