Sliding Glass Door rollers

A home owner from New Castle Delaware says:
ID where I can get replacement parts for my sliding glass door.
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Emily from SWISCO responded:

Hello!

The part in your photo appears to be the inner housing of the roller. The outer housing is most likely still installed in the door. If you could remove it and show us another photo, along with dimensions, we should be able to narrow down your replacement options. 

Thank you! 

A home owner from New Castle Delaware says:
There is no outer housing. Door is 1" wide and frame is 1/4" aluminum. Only 1/2" space for the roller assembly.
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Emily from SWISCO responded:

I'm very confident there's an outer housing that belongs to this roller. If we can see a complete roller assembly put together, we'll be able to ID what you have. 

A home owner from New Castle Delaware says:
No outer housing.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

There's definitely an outer housing that goes with this roller and without seeing it, I'm afraid we won't be able to help. I suggest checking the bottom of the door. You can see our selection of Patio Glass Door Single Wheel Rollers here .

A home owner from New Castle Delaware says:
Ok, I never new the roller had a outer housing. I have always just replaced the inter guts. So after removing the bottom frame that holds the glass was able to get to the screws to remove the outer housing. But now I'm not sure if I need 81-023 (1-1/4 wheel) or 81-023 ( 81-004 ). Outer housing does measure 1-1/8" high, and width 3/4". But wheels are 1-1/4"
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Emily from SWISCO responded:

Based on what I see here, our 81-004 looks like a great match. If the dimensions match up, you should be good to go. 

In most cases you can adjust the roller to make up for the difference in wheel size. Now, keep in mind that 1-1/4" to 1-1/2" may be pushing it a little, since that's still a big difference, but you may be able to get away with it. If you wanted peace of mind, you can see our return policy here .

If your housing is in good shape, you could also consider the 81-266 roller and axle kit and just replace the wheel. 

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