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Old 06-26-2013, 06:31 AM   #15
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Here's a couple of pics from our 98 Pace-Arrow:

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The door is 36" wide and is held up by a track on top (forgot to check the closet to see if the track was the same)
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That should be an easy fix. I'm a carpenter by trade. Measure the width of the panel the door closes against. As long as the door covers the opening, and still stays behind the glide/bottom locking mechanism and when closed, does not extend into the hall, you should be good. Depending on if you can find the exact top mounting hardware, height will vary. You may have to replace the top track and door hardware. Usually, measure from the floor to the underside of the track, and subtract 1-3/4" for the height of the finished door. This will allow 1" for rolling wheel hardware and 3/4" for space at the bottom for air flow and ease of travel. Usually the hardware for wheels/track hardware is adjustable. If you have to replace the top track, it would be best to measure from finished floor to top of track and see your local building material store that would supply doors and hardware. Give them the overall measurement and they will tell you the size of door and tolerances for hardware and space at bottom. You can then either use a flush-mount bolt to lock the door from the door edge and use a plastic guide on the floor, or use a typical slide lock on the side of the door into a block guide.
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Thanks everyone for your help.

I'm sure I can get a door in there now

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