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    Where can I find a rear Paragon leg? Also need the "V' brackets that hold it together

    I am looking for these parts for a Paragon. They can be newly manufactured or vintage. Many thanks, Bob

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    Has anyone had these parts manufactured?

    Could I take the specs to a metal shop to make me these parts? Is there anyone out there that has done this?

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    The question has come up before; there are some leads in the thread:

    http://www.audioheritage.org/vbullet...aragon+bracket

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    There is someone on ebay right now that appears to be parting out a paragon ... !!! ...
    They may have parts - probably worth asking ..

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    Their ad is here:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-JBL-...460952?afsrc=1
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    Still looking for a rear Paragon leg

    Is there anyone for manufactures these? Apparently they need to be cast. Found the original clamps for the Paragon.

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