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Lost one of the stick on pads off the bottom of mouse

One of the feet or pads,fell off the bottom of my mouse, so now it sits uneven. was hoping to find somewhere to buy replacement pads

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Re: Lost one of the stick on pads off the bottom of mouse

A quick run through google found me This. Not the ones I used to buy(specialized low-friction pads, I believe Thinkgeek used to carry them), but good in a pinch for replacements.

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