Mirror closet door bottom track

A home owner says:
I need to replace the bottom track (it is bent) for closet mirror sliding doors that do not have wheels. I have looked at part 23-242, but I don't believe it will work. The top has no wheels either. I do not know the manufacturer. My condo was built in the early '80's. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Your mirror door should have bottom rollers, based on what I see in these pictures. I don't know how they would operate without them! I would recommend removing one of the doors to look under to see what kind of roller is there. Specifically, I'd like to know if the wheel is concave or convex. All you might need to do is adjust it to ride more comfortably on the track. If that doesn't work, then I need to know whether the wheels are concave or convex.
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