Kitchen Cabinet Drawer Roller Wheels

A handy person from Oregon says:
I have 30 year old kitchen drawers. Some drawer roller wheels have worn out. I would like to replace just the wheels.

Wheels on front and back of drawer rails are mounted on a post riveted to the rails. If I can find original style roller wheels and the wheel's "axle/post" hole can somehow slip over the keeper lip on the riveted post that would be ideal. If that is not possible and I can find the correct size wheels (o.d.), I will drill out the riveted posts and install threaded posts with nut secure or unthreaded posts with post's inside dia. threaded for screw secure.

Original riveted posts are 3/16 outside dia., but their diameter is only relevant if I can find wheels that can slip over the original post's keeper lip. Both front and back roller wheels are 1/4 inch wide. The front roller wheel is a strong 5/8 inch outside dia. (literally 21/32 o.d.) In cabinet roller wheels I'm not sure if that translates to o.d. of 5/8", 21/32" or 11/16". The back roller wheel's outside dia. is 1/2 inch.

Thank you for any assistance you can provide.
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
Thank you for your patience in this matter. We have been unable to find an exact replacement for your wheels or tracks. You could browse through our selection of drawer accessories to see if we carry a wheel that could work for you, or maybe even our lavatory section to see if a shower door wheel could work. Alternatively, you could consider our 32-063.
A quick learner from Oregon says:
Hi Dave,
Thank you for your suggestions.

I did look in the lavatory section and I found that Product (code) 10-131, the Sliding Sectional Shower Door Guide Roller, has a wheel that looks like it would work for the smaller wheels I need (I need two wheels, 1/2" OD with 1/4" width). The product's specs photo/diagram indicates it has a 1/2" OD and it indicates the wheel's width is 1/8". It looks like the wheel with its offset, integral spacer would total 1/4" in width. Do you have a way to confirm that for me? If the total width of this wheel is 1/4" (wheel including offset), is there a way to purchase the wheels separately?

Thank you for any further assistance you can provide.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
The wheel for the 10-131 is not available by itself. I also don't know if removing it from roller is going to work. I think that would break the wheel. Look at our 87-093. This is a 1/2" wheel that is 5/32" thick. It's also made of nylon, so you can work on it. What do you think?
A handy person from California says:
Hello. I know it has been over 3 years since this question was originally posted and answered. I was wondering if the original poster ever received a satisfactory answer or if he found a similar wheel that fit his needs. As it turns out, I am remodeling my kitchen and have decided to keep the original drawer slides and just replace the wheels. I appear to have the EXACT same wheels as the original poster. Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated.
A quick learner from Washington DC says:
I'm late to these comments, but I have the same tracks. I just thought I would share my solution for these rollers. I bought nylon washers and piled them up and glued them together. I used four 1/4 inch washers glued together to make the bigger wheel.
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