How To Make A Large Rotisserie Pit BBQ


Hosting a BBQ at your home can be really fun as you can invite your friends or family, enjoy some great food and spend a nice time together. Sure, barbecued food is great, but if you don’t have a suitable rotisserie pit, the whole event can be ruined and your food wasted. If you want to build an awesome rotisserie pit for a BBQ, just follow the steps from the link and you will see that it is actually a very easy task. You will build the BBQ out of bricks, so you can easily replace a piece if broken. Also, you will be able to move the pit from one place to another and assemble it in another corner of your backyard. Check out the details in the link and build your very own BBQ place in just one weekend.








26 Responses to “How To Make A Large Rotisserie Pit BBQ”

  1. Jeff says:

    “If you want to build an awesome rotisserie pit for a BBQ, just follow the steps from the link and…” Where the heck is the “link”??!!!!!

  2. ep says:

    Link at the end with specifics isn’t live, just goes to the first picture

  3. Jasmine Q says:

    I want to pin this to pInterest. Are you aware that your site is blocked….because of possibility of inappropriate content? I don’t think so!

  4. Orlando Martinez says:

    Need instructions and material list

  5. Orlando Martinez says:

    How To Make A Large Rotisserie Pit BBQ

    How To Make A Large Rotisserie Pit BBQ

  6. Maku Ninja says:

    Whoaaa! Looks like tomb when covered with the tarp.

  7. Greg Sonnier says:

    When you hit the link beyond you back to original page. Would like to build this bit can’t get to information to build our material list

  8. Nick Gough says:

    would like to build 2 of these my house and my brothers. Would look great near the pool as a fire pit aswell. Please send link to instructions and material list.

  9. pearl says:

    hire a mason to do for you. along with a pizza oven.

  10. Natalie says:

    i can’t pin this! pls fix…


  11. steve rogers says:

    If you have any skill set at all you could look at the pictures, do a little math and have that baby ready by dinner time. I WANT ONE !!!!!!!

  12. Jason says:

    My dad built these every year for our annual pig roast at our home. If you are going to do something like this and dig into the earth, dig at an angle (and line with tinfoil or tin) for all the grease to run down (have a grease trap aka massive bowl). otherwise, be prepared for a massive grease fire. i still have his “plans” dating back from the late 70’s

    • BigSarge says:

      Would you be willing to share those plans, if it is not too much triuble. I will like to build one of these but have no idea on howmto even start and what you said does make lots of sensea oit the grease run down and how to collect it. It will be greatly appreciated

  13. Lucilla Kubu says:

    We then cold is over I am back to Outdoor Smoking outside. Plus I am going to try this with my Neighbors

  14. broomsticksnz says:

    Love the design…it’s practical. Where did you source the motor and spit assembly?

  15. LES BARTLETT says:

    Hello… my name is les Bartlett, Gm at eagle plasma in Arkansas. We make plasma tables for cutting metal or router for wood. Look us up website or facebook. Pictures of customers work for examples of what you can do.

  16. Bob says:

    Where are the plans? Send me the link please. Thanks

  17. Chuck says:

    Cinder block firepit? Are you trying to get people hurt? You can’t use that material with that kind of heat. Moron.

    • jim says:

      Cinder blocks made from the ash of coal furnace. I haven’t seen any for sale in 40 years. There is no direct heat.I have never had a problem with CEMENT blocks. Well so much for the moron.

  18. john says:

    Cinder blocks crack from that kind of heat, not explode…moron

  19. Tracy says:

    Cinder blocks???? That will for sure get someone hurt. When you heat them, they tend to explode. Cudos on the design, but use fire brick if you don’t want hot chunks of rock flying through the air.

  20. Marty says:

    A casket for 4 turkeys!

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