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Leveler Leg Can you help me find a replacement part for my Sapphire speaker ST2 (purchased in 12/03)? I recently moved and the movers broke off the small metal leveler leg? Thank you!

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This company has gone out of buss,? but the speaker has either bought there exsisting stock or reproduced the same speakers i have the ST3 model that is now called TST3 or TST2 higher the # the more bass it can handle. awsome speakers and you cant beat the price. sorry if my typing stinks but i hope i helped someone out there if you bought sapphire when they where a hot item here's your answer lol pete n.j.

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