Rotisserie install

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DesertRat
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Rotisserie install

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I am thinking about mounting my 65 Comet Cyclone on a new commercial unit rotisserie to take my build clear through paint. Has anyone on the site done that?
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Some have, look at Lou's build thread and a couple of others, I went with my plywood tip jigs but any way you can get the car at a convenient angle to work on the bottom is a bonus IMO.

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Re: Rotisserie install

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Using a rotisserie makes working on the Comet or any other vehicle much easier. I have used one more than once during complete rebuilds/restorations. When I built the one used on my Comet there were no commercial units available.(late ‘70’s)
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Re: Rotisserie install

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I bought one to do my Ranchero & used it on my comet, best thing I have bought, made things so easy, now a friend has his 64 Fairlane on it. John
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