Siding screen door wheel replacement

A quick learner from Oaklyn, NJ says:
The metal part that allowed this wheel to stay in the bottom of the door broke off. It's a sliding screen door. The actual door says "The Atrium Door" on the hardware. Not sure if that's an Anderson type (have older Anderson windows). Is this a part i can buy and if so, how much for 2? Might as well replace both wheels. Thank you!
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

I'm confident that we can supply a replacement for this screen door roller, but I can't make out what you have from these photos. Would it be possible to see an undamaged version out of the door, with the spring still attached? Thank you!

A quick learner from Oaklyn, NJ says:
I don't think i can remove the other wheel without damaging it. Do you think you could send pictures of which part you think it is and I'll compare it to the door? The picture with the wheel attached is the intact one, maybe you can zoom in on it? Thanks!
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

We have a ton of different rollers that this could be. Without seeing the spring, there's no way for me to narrow it down, so I can't guess. You can look at our 84-001 , 84-005 , 84-006 , or even our  84-008 . There are a few others, too, these are just to start. 

Sorry we couldn't give you a more confident recommendation. We really need to see that spring.

A quick learner from Oaklyn, NJ says:
Ok, I'll see if i can get a better view when it's not raining. Thanks!
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

You got it! We'll be here at your convenience.

A quick learner from Oaklyn, NJ says:
Here's a few pictures of the existing intact wheel and one from where it broke off. I don't see a way to easily detach it, so i hope there's a viable replacement that would be relatively easy to install. Thanks!
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

I'm afraid these photos don't confirm what you have. Without seeing the style of the spring, you could have any one of the products I mentioned before. The video below may help you in removing the original. These all kind of install in more or less the same manner, so there isn't one that's easier than others, unfortunately.

How to repair a spring roller on a sliding screen door
How to repair a spring roller on a sliding screen door
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