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Handle grip problem, 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C50

I removed the screw for the handle grip and discovered there's a small bolt on the inside of the handlebar that fell inward, tried to get it back into the slot several times and it no longer fits tightly and spins if I try to get the screw back in. What is the best way to fix so I can screw the end cap back in?

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The only way is to get some locktight or super glue on it to keep it in place for a bit.

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