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Old 19-11-2003, 10:20 PM
Anton S.
 
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Default seeking spiral dough hook for Titan/Intedge mixer

I recently acquired a Titan (now Intedge) 20 Quart Bench Mixer (Item #
GP620B) (year 2000) and I need a spiral dough hook for it. Does
anyone know where I might be able to find a used one or get a new one
at a decent price? Anyone know if Hobart parts will work on this
mixer?

Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Anton

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Old 20-11-2003, 01:19 AM
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Default seeking spiral dough hook for Titan/Intedge mixer

Far as I can tell, someone wrote:
I recently acquired a Titan (now Intedge) 20 Quart Bench Mixer (Item #
GP620B) (year 2000) and I need a spiral dough hook for it. Does
anyone know where I might be able to find a used one or get a new one
at a decent price? Anyone know if Hobart parts will work on this
mixer?


I don't know if Hobart will fit, but the hhoks are all over EBay, if
they do...

My favorite kitchen supplier (for professional stuff) is in Atlanta
Look at http://www.acitydiscount.com/

They are huge, can get loads of stuff, and their shipping prices are
surprisingly low. I bought a large cabinet from them with a marble-like
top. Weighs a ton, and it only cost $65 to ship from Atlanta to
Pensacola.

I'd give them a call to help you find what you need.
Dave
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I recently acquired a Titan (now Intedge) 20 Quart Bench Mixer (Item #
GP620B) (year 2000) and I need a spiral dough hook for it. Does
anyone know where I might be able to find a used one or get a new one
at a decent price? Anyone know if Hobart parts will work on this
mixer?

Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Anton
I found a company that may have the part- Heritage @ 800-458-5593. I think they bought quite a few parts when Intedge went out of business. They also said to try Ebay.

I am looking for the batter beater/paddle attachment for the Titan 60 qt if anyone has any information on that part. Thanks MUCH!
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I found a company that may have the part- Heritage @ 800-458-5593. I think they bought quite a few parts when Intedge went out of business. They also said to try Ebay.I am looking for the batter beater/paddle attachment for the Titan 60 qt if anyone has any information on that part. Thanks MUCH for any information you may have!


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