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Were can I find the screws for the Handle. The screws were missing when it was bought.

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Any Hardware store will have what you need or if this is a vehicle any upscale (like NAPA) auto parts store will have whatever you need.

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The assumption is --because you are in the cars and trucks catagory, it is a handle for a vehicle --BUT --if it is a kitchen handle requirement --try you local hardware shop

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Automotive parts houses handle bins full of various screw types and sizes...just get them to pick the size you require.

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Perhaps at a dealer we do not know what you have

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You must be joking right?

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