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If what your speaking of is a sink that's made from 5 pieces of granite , id not suggest you try to use clips to hold it on the bottom of counter top , id suggest you either use Hot glue (works fast) or epoxy (2 PART) either of these would keep you from stesssin the material and it wont snap on you a bucket with shims can be used temp to set it all on (weight ) till epoxy dries

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