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Most hardware stores will have the bolts you need. Take in the headboard and ask for help
getting a set of bolts that fit. Lowes and most others will have them too. One thing you may want to do
is call Cosco and gove them the model number and date of manufacture and ask if they can email
a set of instructions to assemble the bed. This way you make sure it is safely put together. Cosco / Dorel Juvenile Group Consumer Relations Department P.O. Box 2609 Columbus, IN 47202-2609 Phone :(800) 544-1108
I just posted a similar answer to another person looking for hardware for an older crib. PLEASE do not use this crib. Any crib with hardware missing is an accident waiting to happen. Even if you were to find the tracks, if you are screwing those tracks into wood, then the screws will not be as secure as the original ones and can and will get loose and back-out of the wood. If that happens and the track comes loose, that corner of the drop side can come off which creates a death trap for your baby. A crib is the ONLY place a parent can safely leave their infant alone. So you want to make sure you have the crib in the safest condition. This means all original parts, nothing broken, bent, cracked or repaired. Too many babies die each year because parents attempt to repair or fix a crib with missing parts.