Mirror Door Closet Track Replacement

A quick learner from New York says:
I have (old) mirrored sliding closet doors. Each is 48 inches wide. The doors will not pass each other on the track. The bottom roller is marked Acme 4011. I believe it is uses part number 23-041 as it has convex wheels (see photo). The doors are 1.25 inches wide, including the beveled outside frame. (See photo). The bottom roller bracket is not flush with the back of the door, but extends by approximately 0.5 inches (see photo). I am not sure if the roller is installed correctly.

The problem is that the roller bracket hits the beveled edge of the door behind it. The bottom track is warped. The 23-240 track appears to be the correct replacement. However, I am not sure if the distance between the rails will be enough to prevent the doors from hitting.
User submitted photos of mirror closet door hardware.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
The distance between the rails for the 23-240 is 1-5/8". This gives enough play for many closet doors in your style. What's the distance between rails for your old track? I can't quite tell based on your images.
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