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Old 10-31-2014, 06:44 AM   #1
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Where can I FIND THESE rollers??

A shower with curved doors, and the bottom rollers have lost their rubber tires; making the doors in-op.

Manufacturer is un-known, and Travel Supreme isn't talking...

Anybody have a source for either the rollers or shower unit?
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take the roller to an auto parts store and buy a piece of hose that just fits over roller and cut to size
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Old 10-31-2014, 09:28 AM   #3
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Take the roller to a Hobby shop and ask to see rubber tires for remote control cars. You may have to cut,glue to fit. lyledavid
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Try Front Line Manufacturing. They make a number of the showers used in RVs today. Maybe they made yours as well.
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Supposedly made in Italy, but I'll contact Front Line. Can't imagine something that unique being proprietary.

Good plan for searching Hobby Shops, too. I'll need to see if they have a roller that still has the rubber on it.
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The previous owner of our TS luckily bought a few and left them in the coach for me. I'm not at my coach now but I believe bamaboy473 is correct that they are made in Italy but the company is out of business.

Search the site for previous threads on the topic a couple of people got a substitute and were able to alter it to make it work.

What I can't figure out is how to get the replacements into the track when one is replaced....
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What I can't figure out is how to get the replacements into the track when one is replaced....

Frontline didn't have them, but gave me several leads, that gave me several leads... I located a source that will let me know next week if they still have any left back in the warehouse.
If they do, I'll see about installation and can hopefully post the method for you to follow.

Does anybody else need this type of roller? Seems they are prone to failing, and replacement rollers aren't easy to find.
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