so i'm curious, in the end what was your solution? I am in the same predicatment. After 1 week of it being down we are immobolized in the kitchen, my 13 year old son and I have taken our kitchenaid mixer apart to find the gear needs replacing and new grease is needed. Really, i don't need 3 lbs of grease and i don't really want to pay $20 for it either. What did you do?
If memory serves we used regular Wheel-bearing grease and its been just fine. A quick google search shows a lot of other people doing the same which is where I got the idea for using it:)
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