Auto Rotisserie Information
Features and Design
2000 Strength Testing
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The design of the Roto 2000 auto
restoration rotisserie is backed by
years of experience in auto restoration. It is one of the
most reliable and useful tools that can help you transform a piece of
history into a investment you can be proud of. Years of design testing
in real restoration shop use has resulted in a design that gets the
job done both safely and easily.
The pictures were taken for the Roto 2000's strength demonstration
purpose only.......DO NOT TRY THIS! Strength, design, and reliability
are all high priority of any shop tool, with safety at the top of the
list. The vehicle in the pictures is a fully
assembled 1993 Chevy Full-sized K1500 Series 4X4 Blazer
with a 5.7L V-8. There was also about 17 gallons of fuel in the
tank. The full-sized Chevy Blazers weigh well over 5000lbs and measure just
under 16 foot bumper to bumper. As you can see in the pictures, the Roto
2000 has lifted the vehicle off the ground and shows no signs of sagging
or structural deforming. This is a strength test that the competition
has yet to attempt. With this in mind, it is
easy to figure out that the Roto 2000 is indeed a strong and reliable piece of
equipment that can easily handle it's actual intended use.
Note: Most of the body shells
that our customers will be rotating during a restoration will be between
800lbs-1500lbs with the high end being the larger uni-bodies. Frames
usually run from 350lbs- 500lbs. It's obvious that
the Roto 2000 can easily and safely handle its real world service requirements.
Yes....there is an engine and full driveline in it.
Even when overloaded, the Roto 2000 has no center tongue sag!
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