Generating Reverse Runs

Take a 5-digit integer whose digits are all
different, and which doesn't include a zero. Multiply the first
two digits by the middle digit, then multiply the resultant by the
last two digits. Using the correct digits it's possible to generate a
reverse run (where each digit is one less than
its predecessor).
Example: 43289 -> 43 x 2 x 89 = 7654.
Can you find any other 5-digit integers capable of generating a reverse run in this way? |

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