I found some old threads about this but there didn't seem to be an answer and they were all several years old, so, here goes: I recently picked up an old Danelectro Short Horn bass that had been disassembled and was missing its tuners. I'd like to find some tuners that, ideally, can be installed without having to drill or ream out out the holes, and that will look like the originals (white plastic oval buttons). The tuners look for all the world like guitar tuners, but the posts appear to have larger holes to accommodate bass strings. (I'm assuming this since I don't have the actual tuners, nor do I have easy access to a similar bass.) Does anyone know a source for them? In the last five or ten years there have been jillions of reissue Danelectros as well as Hofners and other violin basses sold, but finding replacement tuners seems to be hard. If that's simply not an option, has anyone had any luck replacing the keys on small-bodied bass tuners with the white oval pieces?