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Sliding door replacement parts

I can't seem to find replacement tracks for my TD-95-38 / 3 door bottle coolers. Do you have any idea here I can find them?
Thank you so much for your time!!!

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  • nealio2 May 11, 2010

    bar owner. more details please. i'm a little confused

  • brian l. Feb 03, 2012

    I also have a true td-95-38 3 door cooler and need the top door slides that the doors slide on and maybe the door slides themself that are attached to the door bottoms. I believe both are a black plastic.Looks like the door slides snap onto an edge and mine are broken from people sitting on them.



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I go to Home Depot to get their aluminum 'L' bracket (3 ft or 4 ft lengths, etc by 3/8th or 1/2 inch), usually by their screw and nail aisle. Depending on whether the rail you're fixing is on the box's outside frame edge or an separating inner edge, you'll need to turn the 'L' either up or down so that the screws to attach it have something to bite into. I also add a line of Gorilla glue to the aluminum and wet the edge it need to attach to for extra strength.

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