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Hobart 450 chopper mixer


This is for a hobart vmc 450 which is not in the product list.
I need to replace the bowl seals. Does anyone any experience with one of these, or know where to get a repair manual other than hobart.
They are so very expensive and I'm trying to save some money by doing the work myself
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Im a hobart service tech and repaired these units often,the seal job is a pain in the ***.Everything has to be torn apart.Forget manuals hobart doesnt give them out but i can step you through it.

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