Unique home designs adjustable sluding screen door

A quick learner from Calirornia says:
This door uses a plastic piece and a screw to expand and contract the height of the screen door there are four of them. These plastic inserts are threaded about 2" tall and 1" wide and 1/4" thick. There is a notch at the top.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

We don't have anything that's designed the way you describe. Can you show me a couple pictures of the part in question? That may help us find a possible match.

A quick learner from Calirornia says:
A screw goes through the center of that piece of plastic and as a result the plastic will move up or down depending on the direction of the screw. The piece is secured to a bottom aluminum rail so when it moves up the screen door increases in height. Hope that helps
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

Unfortunately, we do not carry any guides like the one you show in your photo. We do carry guides that are attached to the side edge of patio screen doors. Would that work for you? See our 86-002 and 86-027 for two such examples. You might also be able to make the guide your self using some Lexan material and cut and tap it to the screen you now have.

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