Originally Posted by blickcd
I'll post a photo if necessary, but first I will try to describe the situation:
The trouble is will the roof locker that is above the large hall closet. It has two tambour doors and inside there is a small panel which divides the locker into individual compartments. One compartment behind each door.
In the center of the roof locker face there appears to be a single unit or perhaps an assembly inside that has left and right hand rams horns with that divider piece anchored to it in the middle.
What seems to hold this in place is molded rims on the rams horn vertical tracks that snap over the side edges of the door openings in the roof locker face.
Those molded rims have cracked and fallen off and now so that the center piece can slop around inside the roof locker and the tambour doors can fall out of the track.
Does anyone know if there is anything else that holds this center piece in place or a fix other than screw in through the front face of the roof locker?
Those parts are called "tambour door guides".
They do not crack by themselves.
Unbalanced running gear, excessive rated hitch bars, excessive rated tow vehicle, and/or bad axles, all or in part, can and will break those guides.