This being the case designing a replacement for 3d printing was a simple matter and the result can be downloaded here:
On my printer (Anycubic i3 Mega) holes generally come out smaller than planned and this file has been 'tweaked' to allow for this.
Please note - if you choose to use this its entirely at your own risk - I dont want to get sued because the item fell apart resulting a smashed car or worse!
All the best
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