Jacuzzi soaking tub issue

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I am trying to find an overflow to fit this situation. One of my guys removed the original overflow during demo and threw it in the dumpster... never to be seen again. I'm used to overflows with either a single or double screw faceplate, but this overflow pipe isn't designed for either. This pipe has female threads as you can see in the attached photos. Whatever I need has to thread in to tighten the connection, and have a brushed nickel exterior. Lowes, Home Depot and a few of my local plumbing supply houses don't seem to have a clue.
 

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I have never seen one with internal threads like that. It may be specific to the tub's manufacturer and you have to contact them.
I haven't either. The tub itself is a Jacuzzi Brand (soaking tub, no jets). The overflow is part of the drain. I suspected it may be a Jacuzzi brand tub drain/waste, so I checked the style Lowes carries, not a match. Not many places around here are Jacuzzi vendors, but I have a call into a place. Thanks for your response!
 
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