Sliding Doors Rub Together When Opening and Closing

A home owner from Houston, TX says:

Back top roller is 1/4 offset.

Front top roller is 1/16 offset.

Sliding doors still rub together.

I think your flat top roller will solve the problem for the front door.

It will make a little more room.

At this point I am asking should I just put in a new track for sliding doors

I currently don't have a glide at the bottom. The doors shake while opening.

Anthony

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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Hello, Anthony. Your door looks fairly old and there's a good chance you won't find these exact parts anywhere. We have a few rollers here and there that may work, but at the end of the day you may want to opt for an all new kit like our 23-500, 23-501, 23-502, or 23-503, depending on what size you need.

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