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Behringer heavy series pipe clamp for 5" pipe

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I think the best place to start is always the manufacturer or place you brought it from. If you can't find what you need through those channels, then you can broaden out your search. Piping is a fairly easy thing to work with, and you could generally find the pieces and parts you need almost anywhere. If none of that works you could always call a technician to come and work on it for you as well.

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