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Looking for replacement 'no-mar' shoe. The rubber part on the tip. I can't find them anywhere on-line. I'll take three.

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Without the exact model number I couldn't come up with a part number, BUT I did find a source that might be able to help. Go to ereplacementparts.com and click on the Campbell Hausfeld link or type in your model number in their search area. I found a listing for about 12 nailers there. Hope this information helps. Let me know if you need more assistance.

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If the problem was a poor contact, you have solved it.

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