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Hello, I have a commercial dough mixer,

Hello, I have a commercial dough mixer, "General" brand. This unit has a power output hub that allows the use of slicers, grinders, etc. I don't know how to define the size or compatability of the hub. My unit receives a spud approx. 1 1/2 inch in diameter, approx. 3" long, with a through shaft having an approx. 3/4" square drive at the end. Can you tell me what might be compatable with, and is this a common drive system? Thanks. Jerry

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It's a standard drive system found on most hobart mixers like the a200 style and you may find only hobart parts will fit it

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