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To get started with this recipe you will need two whole chickens. I always recommend trying to find them already tied up with butchers twine so that you don't have to do it yourself. Once you have your whole chickens, lightly oil them with some olive oil or if you have access to a garlic infused olive oil like we used then that is recommended. It's going to add a lot of extra flavour to the finished product. Next, season your chicken with your favourite rub you would use for chicken. On this cook we used our Postal Barbecue Original Rub which always goes awesome with Chicken.
Once your chicken as been prepared, take your rotisserie and feed the rod through the cavity of the chicken(s), and then secure both ends with your clamps. Lastly, touch up your bbq rubs in any areas that came off while attaching the chicken to the rotisserie.
With everything prepared, place the chicken into the grill that has been set up to cook around 300F. Along with this, place a piece of your favourite hardwood to add a little bit of smoky flavour to the BBQ Chicken. Close the lid and begin to cook until the breast reaches an internal tempreture of 160F-162F so that as it rests it will continue to cook to around 165F which is a safe eating tempreture. This should take around 1.5 hours. Once your chicken is up to your desired tempreture, remove it from the grill and let it rest about 10 minutes before slicing into it.