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Mirror door roller and track have become rusty

A handy person from Avalon, NJ says:
Due to rust and wear, I need to replace the track on both of my 5 foot sliders as well as the 8 casters on the bottom of the doors. I have sent you two pictures of the slider as well as the caster still mounted on the door. I am not too sure how to remove the casters from the door since no screws are used. Do I just take a hammer and knock them loose? Please specify what parts I should order in Brushed Nickel?

If there is anything else you need, please let me know ASAP since I am having new carpeting installed in a few days. See picture of where the track was installed. Is the new track installed completely over carpeting or is it pieced on either side of the wood strip?
User submitted photos of mirror door hardware.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting. For the track, see our 23-240 and see if this will work for you. As for the roller, how about our 23-041? Could this work as a replacement? These are held in by the metal tabs. You should be able to pry the tabs back to dislodge it from the frame. Try a pair of needle nose pliers.
A handy person from Avalon, NJ says:
I read your post Tom regarding my old Stanley sliding mirror doors. I just pried one of the rollers off and it was quite simple. I also think the parts your recommended should work just fine, so I am going to order them and see how they work out.

Thanks for your help.
Don
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Great! I'm glad we could be of service. Let me know if you have any other questions, Don, and I would be happy to help.
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