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The original screws are Harley part no 3658.
You are assuming the screw was lost from the switch housing and not the lever housing. The OP didn't tell us.
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You're right; I'm assuming he means the screws for the switch housing. I thought that's what he meant by 'hand control cluster'.
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And you could be correct.

Irrespective it is vital that the driver be inserted fully before attempting to do up or undo whichever fastener type you go for.

I mentioned before I have seen plenty of hex head cap screws rounded out. Probably more so by using cheap drivers that are not quite the right size.
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As for the brake and clutch lever perch clamp screws:

On 2004-5 they're:
# 4262: Screw, M6 X 1mm X 22mm
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(no washer)
On 2006 onwards:
# 4535M: Screw, M6 X 1mm X 25* torx button head
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# 6101: Washer, 27/64" X 17/64" X 1/16"
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Kit # 42425-05 includes 2 × # 4535M and 2 × # 6101.
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*: Harley say it's T25, but it's actually T27!

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# 4535M: Screw, M6 X 1mm X 25 torx button head
(# 4535M is the screw that is {supposedly?} in kit # 42425-05)

Hmmm, what gives?

Well, it seems that although the Harley Parts Catalogs (2006-9) say T25, it's actually a T27!
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You are assuming the screw was lost from the switch housing and not the lever housing. The OP didn't tell us.
Hi Yes, thank I should have been more clear. It is the switch housing screws that I meant.

I got back from Lowes a couple days ago with the right Allen head screws and we are all good now. I kept a couple of spares in the tool box too.

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