Sliding mirror door hardware

A handy person from Portland oregon says:
Hello!! I have a sliding mirror door that I would love to keep out of the garbage stream. It has convex "wheels". I would need a new 5' track-- but I also need some new rollers. You can see the little plastic part on the wheels-- I have 2 intact, and I need 2 additional. Or maybe I need to replace the whole wheel mechanism at the bottom of the door. They are from a Stanley door-- with a stamp that says 10809961 240811. Thank you for your help
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Please see our 23-041 closet door roller and 23-241 closet door track. These appear to match your old parts well.
A quick learner says:
Is that the convex wheel? It looks like the wheel I have, but it is missing the plastic part that runs in the groove
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Yes, the 23-041 is convex. The manufacturer no longer uses that plastic bracket. They decided that it was not necessary for the roller to work when they designed the newer 23-041.
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