Replacement parts for curved shower door

A handy person from Virginia says:
Hello...these are pics from a round shower door that is coming off the tracks. I am assuming that it needs a bottom guide...but unfortunately I don't have a pic of that. I am hopeful that you can determine the corresponding parts for the bottom based on these top pics. My son said the same rollers are on the bottom, but I don't believe that is completely true. Can you help with exactly what I need to order, and am OK with ordering all new components (rollers too).
Thank you,
Athea
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Donna from SWISCO responded:

Hi Athea,  This looks like a combination of the 10-064 pivot, 10-062 adjustment screw, and the 10-061 roller.  Normally for this type of round shower door set up, there are no rollers at the base but lower guides, see 10-063 and they too attach with the 10-062 screw.

A quick learner from Virginia says:
Hello...so what exactly do I need to order then? If I just need components for the bottom? Thanks!
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Donna from SWISCO responded:

Sorry for the confusion, I think I misunderstood your recent question. 

Two 10-063 guides and two 10-062 adjustment screws are typically used on the bottom of a curved shower door that has the 10-061 used at the top.

If this does not match up to the current setup you have now, please send us photos of what you do have installed there. I'm happy to research whatever you need and see if we can add it to our catalog!

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