Slider Button for sliding glass patio door.

A home owner from Pocatello, Idaho says:
Small plastic buttons or plugs, that fit into 3/16 inch holes, on the sides, near the top and bottom of the frame of sliding glass patio doors. These slider buttons protrude out a very little bit aprox 1/8 inch, are where the door makes contact on side with the track(s).

Need 6 each for one door. Fairly old door / house built in 1978. Aluminum frame door.

Thanks, Wayne
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting, Wayne. I don't know what you have exactly, but I believe you have the old Capitol Series 920 patio door. That used our 80-301 nylon button guide for a 3/16" hole. Take a look and see if that looks familiar.
A quick learner from Pocatello, Idaho says:
Thanks Paul. You're my hero!
I believe it is the alternate one you sent a picture of. 87-132 Thanks again.
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