paul6057 Posted December 20, 2021 Share Posted December 20, 2021 Hi all - I recently set up a Weber kettle which I plan to use, in large part, for rotisserie cooking. Having built it, it because apparently that the barbecue I had been gifted does not have a temperature gauge in the lid. This is a pretty useful thing for rotisserie cooking, so I'm thinking of adding one, so have a couple of questions: 1) How easy is this to do? 2) Do I need a special kind of drill to not chip or crack the coating? 3) Any recommendations for a reliable thermometer to install? Thanks, Paul Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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