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roller part # stanley 4011

A contractor from Sacramento, Calif. says:
I have a roller part # stanley 4011 the roller assy: is for a wooden framed mirrored wardrobe door can you help me in this quest another # on top of the assy:4316
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Donna from SWISCO responded:
I am not familiar with the given numbers but would be happy to research it for you. Please reply with detailed photos with measurements.
A quick learner says:
I am also in need of a roller for a sliding door--metal framed, mirrored closet. The part number I found was 4011 and the patent number on the part is 3.058173. Any ideas where I could find a replacement?
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Donna from SWISCO responded:
I am not familiar with the given numbers, I took a look at the patent but it does not include measurements and I'm not sure the shape of the actual roller assembly is the same as the patent drawing. Please send detailed photos with measurements for us to research a replacement for you.
A quick learner says:
Attached is a photo of the roller that I have.
Customer image of their Stanley close door roller.
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Mike from SWISCO responded:
The 23-041 Mirror Wardrobe Door Roller Assembly will work as a replacement for the roller shown in the picture. We do not carry the nylon piece.
A quick learner from Costa mesa says:
In the stanley door, the plastic piece is what seems to keep the door from coming off the railing on the floor. Would the part you are recommending have something to help with that?
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Dave from SWISCO responded:
Sorry, but the plastic piece (as shown in the user submitted image above) is currently unavailable.
A quick learner from San Francisco says:
Hi I am the person who posted the following on September 7, 2010:
"I am also in need of a roller for a sliding door--metal framed, mirrored closet. The part number I found was 4011 and the patent number on the part is 3.058173. Any ideas where I could find a replacement?"
I purchased the 23-041 assembly. Once I had it in my hand, and compared it with the broken one, I found that they were not identical. With a simple modification of the unit, my contractor was able to install it and now my closet rolls as if it were brand new.

I hope that helps.
A quick learner from pearland, tx says:
acme 4011 pat. can 1963 - us pat.3,058,173 also a number on the stationary base is 4c12 or 4012. The wheel size is 1 3/8. if you do not have this item , do you just sell wheels of that size?
overall measurement of stationary part is 3 3/4 and inside measurement of wheel area is 1 1/2 inches. Where do I get this product?
User submitted photo of their ACME 4011 closet door part
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Mike from SWISCO responded:
There is not a direct replacement for your old ACME 4011 roller but the user above you said they were able to customize the 23-041 a bit and get it to work as a replacement.
A quick learner from Yuma, AZ says:
Is the nylon piece for the stanley 4011 replacement hardware available yet so I could order this whole assembly? Thanks
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
As far as we know this piece is still unavailable. Sorry!
A quick learner from Yuma, AZ says:
Re: Stanley 4011 Closet door assembly roller replacement piece - Is there a difference between left and right sides?
Thank you.
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Dave from SWISCO responded:
The 23-041 Mirror Wardrobe Door Roller Assembly, which is our recommended replacement for the Stanley 4011, is a neutral roller. It will work for both the right and the left side.
A home owner from Kokomo, IN says:
The plastic piece discussed in the Sept 17, 2010 post is not really needed. I had a handyman up-grade our closet and he broke 3 of 4 of the plastic parts when he removed the doors. I came to this site to find replacement parts and after reading I decided to try it without the plastic part and used the original part roller assembly (part number 4011). Was this some safety concern to make sure the door would not come out of the lower track? I adjust the adjustment screw until the door couldn't come out of the track and everything is working great now and it didn't cost me anything.
A customer submitted photo of a mirror wardrobe assembly.
A quick learner from Hobe Sound, FL says:
Can the Stanley 4011/4012 roller assembly be removed without removing the metal door frame? The piece that fits into the slot on the side of the frame does not want to pull out.
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Dave from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posing in our discussion board! I believe that the roller housing has metal tabs that slide into the main frame and are bent over after they are inserted. I think if you were to get long nose pliers you could unbend the tab and take the wheel out of the door.
A quick learner from Fairbanks, Alaska says:
It you lift the door an inch or so above the track, the white plastic anti-jump clip tips forward (towards the inside of the closet) and out of the track. Once it's removed, the door is easy to lift out of the track.
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