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I have a clarke c-5 edger need parts

The sander has a broken disk

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I checked Clarkes site and they don't show this tool. Suggest you call 1-800-253-0367 and ask for technical support. I deal with this company on a weekly basis at work and they are great in helping. Good Luck

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