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justinjv

01:39PM | 10/18/06
Member Since: 10/17/06
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I bought my house 3 years ago. I need to replace the shower door guides that keep the shower doors from swaying. They are plastic and aprox 3inches by 3inches in the shape of an "L". The roller guides are on the top of the door and the bottom guides I need are just there to keep the doors from moving around. Can anyone help even though I do not know the manufacturer?

horsebiz

07:45AM | 11/11/08
Member Since: 11/10/08
5 lifetime posts
I don't know if you ever found any guides for your bathroom door, but I have the same problem. My shower doors were installed in 1991 and the plastic pieces are about ready to fall off the door at the screws (there are 2 screws in each plastic part). If anyone out there has a clue as to where to find these, please post....Thanks in advance!

Billhart

09:22AM | 11/11/08
Member Since: 04/25/05
1916 lifetime posts
Here is place that has a number of different ones.

Have no idea if these are what you need or not.

horsebiz

04:14PM | 11/11/08
Member Since: 11/10/08
5 lifetime posts
I can't seem to get the right photo in here but maybe if this posts I can post again and put a different one in another post.

I will imagine that there is supposed to be a link in your post where there is a space. However, I cannot see it if it's there. :(

Debby
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horsebiz

04:18PM | 11/11/08
Member Since: 11/10/08
5 lifetime posts
Dimensions on this is approx 3" by 3". It has a slight curve to the plastic and then forms a slight lip on the bottom, if that makes sense.

Thanks for your help!
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Billhart

06:50PM | 11/11/08
Member Since: 04/25/05
1916 lifetime posts
http://www.allaboutdoors.com/index.php?cPath=83_122&osCsid=f1618194b95086bb0eccd319f984b621

Sorry about that.

Also you might try local glass shops.

They fabricate and install shower doors using standard parts.

horsebiz

07:09PM | 11/11/08
Member Since: 11/10/08
5 lifetime posts
Thanks Bill. I am off on a new quest to find obsolete Peachtree window parts now in another section of Bob Avila. Thanks!
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