New wheels and weatherstripping for salt air environment

A quick learner from Palm Harbor FL says:
I've got 13 sets of doors that need new wheels. I'm directly on the gulf so I prefer all stainless steel if possible. This one is from one of my narrow doors, I'll pull a wide door next to ensure they are the same wheel sets.

Obviously, it's a D-1002 (Nu-Air?) (Photo 1)

Top Rail weatherstripping measures 37/128" wide in a "T" configuration (Photo 2)

Bottom Rail weatherstripping measures 5/32" wide and 1/8" tall in a triangle configuration (Photo 3)

Thanks in advance,

Tom
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A quick learner from Palm Harbor FL says:
Like an idiot, I forgot to measure the side rail weatherstripping, if you can snag the data from the door label, I would appreciate it!
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for contacting us, Tom. Starting with the door roller, I'm afraid that we don't have an exact match for it. According to our records, we've only come across it once before and the closest we were able to find was our 81-030. To add to the bad news, this doesn't have a stainless steel alternative. You could potentially replace the wheels with our 81-241, but that's obviously not ideal. I can't even be sure if the 81-030 housing installs the same way. We've never had practical experience with this specific roller.

I'm more optimistic about the wool pile. You mention that the first one is 37/128" wide, which is approximately 9/32". We carry a ton of 9/32" wide wool pile, which you can see on this page. The best match will depend on the height. The second is a little tougher to say. We don't have anything with a 5/32" base. Could you potentially use our 58-004? This is 9/32" wide and 1/8" wide.

I'm afraid the sticker didn't tell us much. It seems to indicate Security Guard Window & Door as the manufacturer, but I'm not familiar with this brand or what hardware they may have used on their doors.

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