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Need to change the part that holds the bowl on an 80 qt mixer...

I have an 80 qt mixer. One of the arms that holds the bowl in place is broken. It is the same part that moves the bowl up and down on the track via the crank. I have another mixer for parts and I want to swap this part. How do you get this part off. I am assuming that you need to take one of the tracks off. Each track has 2 counter sunk bolts toward the top of the track. I have removed these bolts but the track still doesn't come off. Can anybody tell me how to remove this part

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Look behind the slides there should be 5 bolts on each side,you may have to scrap because there painted over.From the front remove the stainlees splash guard,you will see a big screw.Remove the 2 bolts in the plate,support the yoke with a block off wood and remove.

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