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Dough Hook Hobart/Kitchenaid model 4

Posted by jday4 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 10, 12 at 8:10

I am looking for a dough hook for this unit circa 1970 and would prefer a spiral hook but a C hook would work as well. Only making pizza dough once a week so I believe this mixer can handle it. Can anyone help on getting me headed in the right direction?

Thanks in advance.


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RE: Dough Hook Hobart/Kitchenaid model 4

I did some searching here, and found some posts on dough hooks for different machines, but couldn't find what you wanted http://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php

I would try a google search with site:pizzamaking.com at the end of the search term. ( that limits the search to that site) They have a ton of posts on hobarts and KA, but I didn't find what you wanted.


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RE: Dough Hook Hobart/Kitchenaid model 4

Read the commentary re old machines and spiral hooks.

Here is a link that might be useful: Youtube Spiral hook


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RE: Dough Hook Hobart/Kitchenaid model 4

FWIW, we have a KA mixer model 4C -- a wedding gift in 1968 -- and were told many times it is the only model KA ever made that could not accommodate a dough hook. I don't know if all model 4s are the same. If you check the wattage on your model 4 and then look up the wattage ratings of the new mixers, you may see that the older mixer is considerably lower-rated.


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