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I think this is the chair I have, but I can't find the black plastic seat rail guides (back) that the seat glides on when opening and closing the chair.

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These are called top rail guides and are made of white or black high density plastic. They are available from The Aftermarket Group or New Solutions. They should be a standard size in my experience. To install simply remove the crossbar bolt (X-bar) and put in two new guides. Reinstall X bar bolt and spray with silicone spray to help with easy folding. PAM kitchen cooking spray works too.

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