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I need the 2 plastic pieces that attach the drop rails

The small plastic pieces that are on the bottom of the drop down rails that actually hold the rails on track for Delta Luv Crib Model 4750 Manufactured mar 20 1998

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Certain parts are available only by calling Delta Customer Service directly at 1-800-377-3777 EXT 6221 Monday- Friday 9:00a.m.-5:00 p.m EST.

Or I can send you the ones I have just taken off my crib, when I converted it to a toddler bed. If you want me to please email me kristy.mahar@charter.net

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