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Right side Toyo 45E post guides

I have found myself in dire need of the 2 right-side ''post guides'' for my Toyo 45E. The part number is: #90-C0106 according to MAC Group Camera, whom I trust and have made many purchases with before.Problem being; as of 2002 they stopped making replacement parts!
Can you direct me to a place of prayer that might still have 2 of these around???
Thank you!
Alan

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Chances are slim that you will find anyone with the parts. As a camera repairman, I would have never stocked those parts, trusting the distributor, in this case MAC group, to provide them when and if I ever needed them. I don't have a parts diagram for that camera to look at, so can't advise about the cost to "fabricate" the post guides, but short of finding a dead 45E to salvage from,it might be your only hope

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