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Cement mixers aren't motorcycles. You could try asking Husquvarna for a diagram, they will definitely have one. It can't be that complicated thiough. They are usually diesel and so only have a very basic electrical system, Start and stop circuits and maybe a heater for the engine.

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NEED A CONDENSER FOR HUNSK CEMENT MIXER PART# 105890DM32. DO YOU HAVE ONE OR KNOW WHERE TO GET ONE?


Hello, Howard -

Fixya.com does not sell replacement parts for anything.

I do not find any cement mixer with the manufacturer name "Hunsk". Did you mean to type "Husky"?

You MAY be able to find the replacement part you need here:
Mixersystems:
http://www.mixersystems.com/parts/replacement-parts/
or here:
Concrete Mixer Supply:
https://www.concretemixersupply.com/parts/category/concrete-mixer-parts/

Note: I suggest you telephone each supplier (Customer Service), talk with a real person and ask if the company sells what you need.

Best wishes.

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I have bottom part of older portable cement mixer trying to find name/model number so we can get the top part. How can I submit photos to see if anyone recognizes it? Pot to be removed.


Google images has a way to search for similar images on the internet. If you put your picture on the internet, for example, on your own Facebook or other page, there is a way to search.

However, you have placed your question in the Food Mixers category. Is it a portable cement mixer or something else, perhaps spelled differently?

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Grips


u can take the current ones off by simply heating them to warm the cement then pull...if that doesnt work u could use a razor blade but bake sure that u dont cut anything. you could put the wire around the grip if u want its all up to u.

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