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Ryobi angle grinder broken locking nut

I have a 100mm Ryobi angle grinder which has just disintergrated the locking nut that holds the blade in place and need to buy a replacement do you know where I might find this part ?

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    dont know how to get it off

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You should be ablt to find it at anylowes or home depot.If for some reason thet do not have one I would call the local industrial distributor like grainger or msc

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