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  1. #1
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    A brother inlaw in need-

    Hey guys my thing is definitely NOT food service repair- my brother inlaw decided to start a small specialized food wholesale manufacturing business. Dolmas- stuffed grape leaves is what I call them. Anyway he is trying to make a few different products and bought a Hobart chopper/mixer of world war II vintage (well it looks like it). I replaced the original cord and plug-fired off and sounded rough but amp draw was good. I get ready to pack up the tools and head home-on a day off! I ask him if he knows how too pull it apart and sanitize-should of kept my mouth shut . Everything was good until I tried to remove the blade-hadn't been cleaned in a very long time. Day 2- return on Sunday with a bearing puller that can strip a fan blade from a Trane condensor fan motor like it was brand new-I fought it for 2 hours got it up about 10'' until my lovely wife ripped me a new one for not being home to attend a family function-her sister=my brother in law-Appears to be a family function to me . Anyway- does anyone know of a manufacturer of a puller to lift the blade say-18 inches. If I can fix this my life will be in balance- for this week-Thanks guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by mroy3 View Post
    Hey guys my thing is definitely NOT food service repair- my brother inlaw decided to start a small specialized food wholesale manufacturing business. Dolmas- stuffed grape leaves is what I call them. Anyway he is trying to make a few different products and bought a Hobart chopper/mixer of world war II vintage (well it looks like it). I replaced the original cord and plug-fired off and sounded rough but amp draw was good. I get ready to pack up the tools and head home-on a day off! I ask him if he knows how too pull it apart and sanitize-should of kept my mouth shut . Everything was good until I tried to remove the blade-hadn't been cleaned in a very long time. Day 2- return on Sunday with a bearing puller that can strip a fan blade from a Trane condensor fan motor like it was brand new-I fought it for 2 hours got it up about 10'' until my lovely wife ripped me a new one for not being home to attend a family function-her sister=my brother in law-Appears to be a family function to me . Anyway- does anyone know of a manufacturer of a puller to lift the blade say-18 inches. If I can fix this my life will be in balance- for this week-Thanks guys
    You may want to see if that actually "pulls off." Most likely, with the problems you are having, it doesn't simply pull off. Check this link, if remember the ml number, click on enter site....

    https://www.hobartlink.com/extranet/...main2?openform
    "Fighting Ignorance since 1973 (It’s taking longer than we thought)." The Straight Dope.

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