Trying to replace rollers

A home owner from Virginia says:
I have an aluminum sliding door in our basement. I believe it might be original with the house ~1969. The nylon rollers are shot, and I'm trying to replace them. I got the door out, only to find that I believe the roller assemblies are riveted to the bottom stile of the door. I marked the rivet with the red arrow. There are no markings to indicate the brand of door, but I'm sure it was contractor grade whenever it was installed. Thank you!
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

I can't tell exactly what you have from these photos, but you might have an old Capitol/Ozark patio glass door. Take a look at the 81-016 with the roller in the top hole and the 81-017 with the roller in the bottom hole. Note you can switch the wheel to either hole if you need to. Also take a look at the 81-266 1-1/4" roller and axle kit or the 81-223 wheel with the 1-1/8" diameter wheel along with the 81-310 axle kit. See if these match up to your old part.

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