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Ribolator

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 2:38 pm
by urbangriller
Good news from Ribolator in the US:

The 22.5 inch version of the Ribolator for the Weber Kettle is now available!

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See Brian giving it a test run: http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/showt ... ?p=1198840

I will be bringing the Ribolator into Australia in small batches initially, if you want one contact me. The cost is $160 plus internal (Aust Post) postage, roughly another $20.

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The Ribolator comes in two sizes:
22.5 inch for Weber Kettles
And the slightly larger version for Gas grills, Pellet and Texas Smokers, will also fit a UDS.

Both are made of food grade 304 stainless steel.

Cheers
Chris

Re: Ribolator

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 6:18 pm
by hsmax
Hey Chris,

I've been to your site a bunch of times, it's really nice. I must admit I'm eyeing up the texas smoker, perhaps we can discuss that a bit later on. For the moment I was curious about the ribolator, I'm trying to mod my Weber Kettle and just wanted your advice. Have you used a ribolator? What I'm wanting to do with it is to slow smoke 2kg pork necks. It seems like it would be perfect but just cautious that they may be slightly too big for it.

I appreciate your thoughts.

Tim.

Re: Ribolator

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 9:56 pm
by Captain Cook
hsmax wrote:Hey Chris,

I've been to your site a bunch of times, it's really nice. I must admit I'm eyeing up the texas smoker, perhaps we can discuss that a bit later on. For the moment I was curious about the ribolator, I'm trying to mod my Weber Kettle and just wanted your advice. Have you used a ribolator? What I'm wanting to do with it is to slow smoke 2kg pork necks. It seems like it would be perfect but just cautious that they may be slightly too big for it.

I appreciate your thoughts.

Tim.
They should fit on the ribolator.
The necks that I get are generally 1.5 - 1.75 Kg. You can split them lengthways and have one on each rack. This should balance out nicely.

Chris
Does the one for the kettle come with the 6" kettle extension ring or is it just the motor, shaft and racks?

I already have the Weber Rotis just need the racks.

Cheers

Captain

Re: Ribolator

Posted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 1:42 pm
by urbangriller
Hi Phil and Tim,

The Weber extention ring is an accessory, the Ribolator comes in Weber Kettle size and this also fits a UDS. So, you are right, all you need is the Ribolator itself!

I'm thinking the necks will fit no problem, but balance is something to think about.

Cheers
Chris

Re: Ribolator

Posted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 1:53 pm
by kingsthorpedavid
Holy smokes - how many WSM does Brian have?

I am getting the Kettle Rotisserie soon, with extension ring, for my Weber Performer - just waiting on delivery.

So kindly put me down for one basic Ribolator Chris.

Thanks for the heads up :wink:

KD

Re: Ribolator

Posted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 3:49 pm
by Hans
G'day,
I'm new to the forum but I have been looking for a Riblator, I'm wondering if Urbangriller is still selling them.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all and happy grilling.
Cheers

Re: Ribolator

Posted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 5:09 pm
by titch
Hans wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 3:49 pm
G'day,
I'm new to the forum but I have been looking for a Riblator, I'm wondering if Urbangriller is still selling them.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all and happy grilling.
Cheers
Urbangiller is not Active on this forum.
You can contact him on his Website
https://urbangriller.com/contact/
You missed out by by 2 weeks
I gave a never used Ribolater, that had sat in my shed for about 5 years away.
I bought it direct from the States, seemed like a good Idea at the time.
just some more Bling in my eyes