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Will a 10 speed Oster Kitchen Center arm fit and work on a Oster Kitchen Center 12 speed base?

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Arms from 10 speed OKC and 12 speed OKC are identical. The arm from 10 speed OKC fits to 12 speed OKC.

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Found the answer on the internet. THanks.

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