Truth Patio Door Rollers / Wheels – Timber Patio Doors

///Truth Patio Door Rollers / Wheels – Timber Patio Doors

Truth Patio Door Rollers / Wheels – Timber Patio Doors

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Truth Patio Door Rollers / Wheels

A set of patio door rollers that are a like for like replacement for Truth patio door rollers. Used on timber (wooden) patio doors, also aluminium and uPVC doors.

Sold in pairs.

More info below. See pictures for dimensions

No screws come supplied with this product. Click here to see our selection of screws

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Description

Truth Patio Door Rollers / Wheels – Timber / Wood Patio Doors

Truth Patio Door Rollers Description

A set of patio door rollers that are a like for like replacement for Truth patio door rollers.

These patio rollers are usually found on timber / wooden sliding doors. Although, they can be used on aluminium and uPVC doors. The height is adjusted from the adjustment screw at the side of the roller. There are two screw holes on the underside of the rollers for fixing the rollers to the door.

See the above pictures for dimensions

The patio door rollers are sometimes called patio door wheels or sliding door rollers. Over time, a combination of wear, rust and dirt cause the bearings to seize causing the patio / sliding door to become difficult to slide. It is a problem that gets worse with time. You will eventually have to drag the door to open and close it. Dog hair also is another major contributing factor in causing the rollers to seize up. Replacing the rollers will solve this problem.

 

Please contact us if you need any help identifying the rollers on you patio sliding door or if you have any questions about Truth patio door wheels.

Additional information

Weight 1 kg

Fitting Instructions

You will need two people to lift the sliding door. Be careful as patio doors can be very heavy

  1. To remove the sliding section of the patio door off the track, it must be lifted up and then out at the bottom.
  2. You will need to turn the door down on its edge. Put some cardboard or plywood on the ground so it doesn’t get damaged.
  3. Remove the two screws holding in each roller, and remove the rollers.
  4. Fit the new rollers into place and refit the two screws
  5. Stand the door back up and lift the door back onto the track.
  6. Next adjust the door so it closes level in the frame. To do this, Slide the door almost closed. Use the line of the door frame to gauge the level of the sliding section of the door. The gap should be equal at the top and bottom. If the gap is larger at the top of the door than it is on the bottom, the back roller needs to be adjusted up. If the gap is larger at the bottom of the door than it is on the top, the front roller needs to be adjusted up. Adjust the rollers with a screwdriver, using quarter turns of the adjustment screw. Check the gap regularly.
  7. When the door is sliding level, test that it is closing and locking.