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685B Monopod need a replacement rubber foot for 685B monopod

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    Manfrotto 685B monopod collapses

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If In melbourne look up www.adeal.com.au . They are wholesalers and DO NOT sell to the public, but if you go out to them in Altona North they will help you over the counter. Or go to any TED's Camera Store. They sell the range of Manfrotto tripods and they will be able to help you.

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