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New bowl & hook hobart d300

I need a new bowl and dough hook for a hobart d300
anyone suggest where I can get one?
My location - san diego ca - can pick up or order it shipped

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There is a website called onesharpstore.com, It carries parts for the hobart 30 quart mixer. I specifically saw the bowl and hook attachments as well as others like beaters and a cheese and vegetable grater. Hope this helps. And if you sign up I think you can even request a full catalog for your machine.

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