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I need to replace the legs on my New Braunfels Black Diamond Smoker /grill. The parts that anchor the top of the legs to the body of the grill broke/separated from the legs. The rest of the product is in perfect working condition except for the ability to stabilize on the legs. Where can I buy these items to repair them? My email address is herbert_daniels2000@yahoo.com

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Obviously I can't know definitely but I suspect your item will need a bespoke repair rather than any simple replacement parts.

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