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Old 06-08-2015, 08:24 AM   #1
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Does anyone recognize this and know where I mite find them. There's no markings on the piece

It's for a sliding door (top mounted) the door is pretty heavy

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Old 06-08-2015, 08:31 AM   #2
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Does anyone recognize this and know where I mite find them. There's no markings on the piece

It's for a sliding door (top mounted) the door is pretty heavy

Thanks
Search around google (and google images) for pocket door rollers. Maybe replace with another heavy duty set (4 wheels) with the same width.

Maybe this one would work, but need to check.
http://www.wrhardware.com/closet-doo...-assembly.html

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It looks like older Johnson sliding door hardware... I bet you could find some newer hardware that fits the same track. The biggest difference I think they've made is the way the pin fastens.

http://www.johnsonhardware.com/pdindex.htm
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It looks like older Johnson sliding door hardware... I bet you could find some newer hardware that fits the same track. The biggest difference I think they've made is the way the pin fastens.

http://www.johnsonhardware.com/pdindex.htm
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Strybuc is another place that has tons and tons of door and window hardware. Send them a picture and they will probably know exactly what it is and where you can get it.

http://www.strybuc.com/
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Thank God for one of my local supplier/lumberyard that has an architectural department. That guy can get me any roller within a couple days. He is a walking dictionary of all building hardware. And walks me through problems (sometimes that happens) over the phone all the time.

You need to seek out a local millwork supplier. That looks like a very common roller and they should have those in stock. I have 3 in my immediate area.

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Blaine Windows and doors in Silver Spring, MD, may be able to help with an ID.
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Just got their newest catalog in the mail.
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