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Old 06-06-2024, 12:09 PM   #1
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Shower door wheel adjustment

I have a white hawk travel trailer. The bottom wheel on the glass shower door will not stay in the track. I don't see any way to adjust it. Anyone have any ideas. (See photos).
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Old 06-06-2024, 12:43 PM   #2
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Wheel may be worn and needs to be replaced. We replaced all our roller assemblies. You can adjust the height. On that one the plastic plug on top May come off and adjusting screw under it.New ones we got had two wheels.
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Where dis you get the wheels

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Wheel may be worn and needs to be replaced. We replaced all our roller assemblies. You can adjust the height. On that one the plastic plug on top May come off and adjusting screw under it.New ones we got had two wheels.
Do you remember where you got them? Thank you.
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Amazon . Search “ RV shower rollers”
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Wheel may be worn and needs to be replaced. We replaced all our roller assemblies. You can adjust the height. On that one the plastic plug on top May come off and adjusting screw under it.New ones we got had two wheels.
That plastic "plug" is actually a spring loaded button that pushes the wheel down to remove them from the track.
As far as I know, the wheels slide in and out to adjust for the curve of the glass.
Acts much like a garage door wheel.
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Thanks, I ordered them and will install Friday!
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I wanted to close this thread. When I went to install the new rollers I found out that the issue was the spring to position the rollers was frozen. Put on some WD-40, got it to move and that solved the issue. I did replace one of the other rollers as the spring was stuck in the right position but just for insurance I replaced it. Thanks to all.
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