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I just purchased a deni 3500 to processe my deer meat. i stuff the 1 lb. game bags with sausage. to my supprize this machine is a #5 grinding head. where can i find a 2 in. stuffing tube to fit this grinder so that i will be able to stuff these bags ??

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Hello. Here is the link to the parts you seek. http://www.thegourmetdepotco.com/store/store_manufacturer.asp?manufacturer=93

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