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Old 09-22-2011, 01:09 PM   #1
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Shower Door Issues

I'm a new subscriber and first-time thread-starter. I just need help locating shower door rollers/hangers for my 1994 Coachmen Destiny. I could just replace the entire enclosure with new doors, but I'd like to repair them if possible. Roller/hangers are specific to these doors and their "T" shaped base slides into door top. I've not seen them anywhere.
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I'm a new subscriber and first-time thread-starter. I just need help locating shower door rollers/hangers for my 1994 Coachmen Destiny. I could just replace the entire enclosure with new doors, but I'd like to repair them if possible. Roller/hangers are specific to these doors and their "T" shaped base slides into door top. I've not seen them anywhere.
The best place to start is Coachmen. Call and ask them who made the doors. If you can deal directly with the supplier you will save a lot of time and money.
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Old 09-22-2011, 01:58 PM   #3
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Hi, Doodledoo

Is it just the roller part that's shot?
The method of attachment sounds pretty specialized- if the bracket portion is O.K., you may be able to remove/replace just the "wheel"...
5 bucks will buy you a pair of these- maybe you could cannibalize them for the rollers.

Just a thought...

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Old 09-22-2011, 03:20 PM   #4
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Thanks for your help. I actually believe I have a cannibalized roller/hanger. I'll call Coachmen.
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HEY!
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Is this it?


C.R. LAURENCE CRL 3/4" Sliding Shower Door Roller and Bracket M6233

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My wife and I are very excited...that's it! Now to locate 4 of these! Thanks SO much. I'm glad I joined last night.
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Hooray!

The link with the picture gives lots of places to buy them, so you should have no problem...

Glad we could help!

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Items are now on order and we again thank you. Have a good day.
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