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Bracket thingys hi do you know where i can buy some of those bracket thingys that hold the drum down? they have a concrete block on the top but one has sheared in half and one has blown a bolt. ive looked on countless wwebsites for spares but not found any. doesnt help that i dont know what theyr'e called! any help appreciated. thanks michelle

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Have you tried repair clinic.com they show you a picture of the part

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