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    Roller Door

    Hi all , would anyone be able to help or know where to get one of these in oz: VOLKSWAGEN TRANSPORTER T5 SLIDING DOOR ROLLER GUIDE RIGHT BOTTOM HOOKE – AXI CAR PARTS
    I can find left side ones but not right.

    I havenít called Vw genuine parts yet but bet it would be expensive.
    Thanks in advance
    Riche Roller Door


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    It this it perhaps?
    for VW TRANSPORTER T5 Sliding Door Roller Hinge / Bottom Right | eBay

    Volkswagen T5 Door Roller Guide Door Holder 7H0843398 | eBay

    With VW part numbers, its usually only the very last section of the part number that varies between LHD and RHD parts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucas_R View Post
    It this it perhaps?
    for VW TRANSPORTER T5 Sliding Door Roller Hinge / Bottom Right | eBay

    Volkswagen T5 Door Roller Guide Door Holder 7H0843398 | eBay

    With VW part numbers, its usually only the very last section of the part number that varies between LHD and RHD parts.
    Thanks for reply. The first link to eBay is UK I have already asked weather he has the H version which has the hook to hold door when open. Unfortunately he said he doesnít have. Second link from picture doesnít look like it has hook. But does advertise all part numbers??? Was hoping to find one closer to oz though. Thanks again
    Cheers
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    This is all that's left of the bottom right roller. Door wouldn't close so I took the thing off. Good thing we're on holiday... Roller Door

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    So this is how I fixed it Roller Door. $6.95 roller from Bunnings cut down old pin tapped out , locktite new screw on. Seems ok Roller Door.






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    Have you got the receipt with the sku? Going to have a go at this. I need my sliding door! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozgti View Post
    Have you got the receipt with the sku? Going to have a go at this. I need my sliding door! Lol

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    Rolltrak 29mm Replacement Convex Bearing and Threaded Stud Axle Roller - Bunnings Australia

    You need too drill out the centre pin on this to take the size bolt/screw you are going to use.
    My plan was to just use the nut that came with this but thereís not enough room for it. So thatís why I cut old roller pin down then tapped out for a counter sunk bolt/screw. Hope that makes sense. Good luck. Roller DoorRoller DoorRoller Door


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    How did you get the roller off the new pin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozgti View Post
    How did you get the roller off the new pin?

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    Drilled it out , donít remember what size . Depends on what size bolt/ screw your going to use. Or drill out the hole bolt , then make like a bushing sleeve that fits snug between your screw & the new bearing. If you use a counter sunk bolt you might not need a bushing/sleeve. ???


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    I meant to get the shank out of the new roller.

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