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Help with this little peg:)

Hi All
I have been rebuilding my heater levers. I have misplaced this small little peg for the top right lever. Can anyone help me find a place were i can buy one?
Thanks so much John
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Is it threaded or smooth? If it's just a piece of rod go to Home Depot or better yet Metals Supermarket, and buy some rod the same diameter and cut to length. I doubt that's available on it's own, but someone like Scoot may have from parts or salvage yard car.

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It is a smooth dowel. I am putting a short shoulder bolt through and holding it on with a small jam nut. Should work fine. Thanks for the reply.
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