Roller for a 1973 era sliding door

A handy person from Florida says:

I need to replace the roller for what I suspect to be a 1973 era sliding door. Previously, I purchased a couple rollers, however, they were not correct as the location of the height adjustment screw and the frame attachment were incorrect. As a last resort, replacing just the wheel will suffice.

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Emily from SWISCO responded:

Hello!

I'm not familiar with this roller but I'm going to have one of our senior experts take a look and see if they could recommend a replacement for you. We'll reach out as soon as more information is available. 

Thank you!

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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

I'm afraid I can't get a good look at your photos. They seem to be too dark for me to get a good look at them. However with that being said, take a look at the 81-131 and the 81-049 patio rollers which were used on Daryl patio glass doors that were manufactured in Florida. Compare our dimensions with yours to see if either of these could be used to repair your patio door. 

If not and if your housing is in good working order, take a look at our roller and axle kits. We have the 81-266 with the diameter wheel of 1-1/4" and the 81-272 kit with the diameter wheel at 1-1/2". Look these parts over along with the videos related on this page to see what you think. 

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