I just bought a very old Hobart mixer....All the mixers I see online are more modern looking. When moving from one location to another the tow truck operator dropped the mixer and it fell on the shaft and BROKE the housing that holds the bearing for the shaft. Are parts still available for a nearly 100 yr old Hobart mixer? and if so from where?
We really love this mixer so I hope someone can help us...besides we don't have enough money to buy another...
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on a a200 there is no oil. this mixer requiers grease. if mixer is leaking oil it is because the grease is broken down .you have to pull tpo cover off mixer remove trans. parts clean out old grease clean all trans. parts reassemble put top cover back on .then make sure mixer runs in all 3-speeds before putting 1.5 cans of -47grease back in grease can be bought @any hobart office
Hi,im a hobart tech and know all these mixers well.What kind of mixer are you looking to write about?The differences are the sizes of bowls as 20qt,30qt,40qt,60,qt,80qt,140qt.Pick a mixer and i will write YOUR paper,but i want a fixya rating in return.
man you got an oldie but goodie mixer!im a hobart service tech for 8 years and have only seen about two dozen,unfortuantly parts for these units are exhuasted.as for the sight glass they do become cloudy over time and you cant determine the oil level.use a heavy gear case oil.the only way of telling is to drain the oil or if the unit is loud you should probably cange the oil.
Im not bias on my opinion,but from the repairs i do on mixers hobart mixers are far superior than other manufactures.Hobart is over 100 yr old company that started with mixers and their service dept. is good.unlike any mixer out on the market they mirror off of hobart.
sorry my friend but that is a very old mixer and we dont sell them anymore (im a tech for hobart).the only suggestion i have is to find a machine shop in your area and bring them the old gears and see if they can machine them for you.are they broken?whats the problem.