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If you need the grey plastic type, I can't help; but, if you need the metal type, I probably can. I normally stock recycled threaded shafts and thumb nuts for old Rival and Magic Hostess metal-framed (not folding plastic) slicers. I also have new rubbers suction cup feet and friction-reducing blade washers.

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