How To Use A Weber Rotisserie On A Propane Grill

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A Weber Rotisserie may become your favorite grill accessory once you see how easy it is to use. Try it out on entrees like turkey, chicken, prime rib and more. The Rotisserie gently rotates food above the cooking grate, producing succulent, self-basted meat directly from your backyard kitchen

What's Included

  • Adaptor
  • Rotisserie Motor
  • Hardware
  • Rotisserie Spike
  • Rotisserie Forks


  • This rotisserie model fits all weber 3 Burner Genesis II and newer grills
  • The motor can spin up to a 20lb turkey


  1. Peel off any plastic protection from the metal parts
  2. Screw together rotisserie spike parts
  3. Screw on the adaptor to line up with the side of your grill
  4. Make sure any bolts are secure
  5. Attach the  spike to the motor and slide it into the adaptor
  6. Center and measure where you should slide on your chicken/turkey/etc.
  7. Load onto grill and cook

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Published on 2/24/2022.

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