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Need shaft coupling between motor shaft and mixer shaft. any suggestions??

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Heritage Food Service Equipment has parts listed as available. www.hfse.com
The motor to shaft coupling will have to be ordered from another stlye motor but will work.
The model to look for is actually listed as Dito-Dean, not Matfer.

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