Model TEF M05989 not N
I searched far and wide, but found no reference to a Hobart M05989, nor Model TEF.
If you have any other details, or can take a picture of the data plate, that'd be helpful.
In the meantime, the only parts we have listed as augers for Hobart machines are located here: Hobart Auger & Bit | Parts Town
But--keep in mind, it is possible through our vast library of parts that there is an auger that wasn't listed under those search parameters. The best way to know for certain is if I have a model number to search.
John, your link only covers impellors for dish machines. nothing on grinders. For like grinding meat.
Ah, thanks for letting me know about the error fixbear
After a bit of research, I think I see the problem. That's not the grinder model, but the motor. Historically, Hobart grinders bastardized the neck and worm so you had to buy from them. They still stayed with the 12, 22, 32 sizes, but only available from them. Then after 10 years made the parts unavailable. About the same time they start to wear out. Had one with that problem. Bought a new generic 32 head and machined a adapter for it.
There are also plenty of aftermarket suppliers that manufacture the outdated or grossly overpriced Hobart parts
This is true, but we don't have a model number or even a size. Hobart food cutters ussually start with a 4xxx A four digit number. Then some had a mod number of 5 digits like Mxxxxx 4122 would be a size 22 plate. I referring to all there obsolete machines.
true, but if he would upload a picture of the unit we would probably be able to determine what model it is.
That is true. To bad he's a guest and won't see these comments or reply.
He probably SEES the comments, but was merely doing a drive-by of our drive-thru window in order to go hit upon another drive-thru window of anyone that could offer some plausible advice.
Such is the new way to interact. On the internet. For all the good that it offers, this is is an example of those irritating things about it. Not courteous. Not polite. Not there to answer questions. Not gratuitous.
Those are weakly, menial things that once were a vital part of society....but aren't required when hitting upon the world-wide-web for quick information.
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