A: Lay the door face up on a soft, flat surface. The hinges will be on the back of the door.
B: Insert bearing in bearing pocket in the bottom of the left hanger then C: fasten the hanger to the door using the shoulder bolt and washer.
D: The wheel of your hanger should not extend beyond the edge of your door
E: Tighten the shoulder bolt using an allen wrench.
F: Insert shoulder bolt, washer, and bearing into opposite hole on top of the door.
Repeat B and C on the right door using the right hanger making sure your bearing pocket is on the opposite side so your left and right hangers will meet in the middle.
G: With the door laying flat, screw the threaded stud into the bottom of the door on the same side as the shoulder bolt, washer, and bearing without the hanger attached.
Check to see if the floor below the track area is level. If the floor rises more than 1/2” the door may rub or not slide open completely. If the floor is not level, measure from the highest point of the floor surface to the recommended track placement and adjust track placement accordingly.
Ensure the track will be installed onto wall studs. If wall studs are not lining up with the installation a header will be required to provide the necessary strength and stability for the track and door.
Check to see if the floor below the track area is level. If the floor rises more than 1/8”, the door may rub or not slide open completely. If the floor is not level, measure from the highest point of the floor surface to the recommended track placement and adjust track placement accordingly.
Ensure the track will be installed onto wall studs. If the installation is not lining up with wall studs, a header will be required to provide the necessary strength and stability for the track and door.
A: To determine where the track should be installed, first measure the height of the door, then add 3” to the door height.
B: 7/8” will be for the clearance between the bottom of the door and the floor.
C: 2-1/8” will be from the top edge of the door to the center of the track.
D: Using a level and a pencil, make a line above the doorway the same length as the track.
E: Hold the track up to where the pencil line is visible through the holes in the track.
Suggestion: Use pieces of double stick tape on the back of the track to help hold the track in place while completing steps D and E.
F: Mark an intersecting line inside each slotted hole wherever they work best for your wall (i.e. stud locations).
Take the track down, remove double stick tape (if used) and set the track aside.
A: Drill out the marked holes using a drill with a 1/4” drill bit.
B: Attach one end of the track to the wall with C: a Spacer, D: one Lag Screw and E: one washer (provided) using a socket wrench with 9/16” socket. Do not tighten.
G: Install remaining spacers with lag screws and washers (provided) using a 9/16” socket wrench. Tighten all lag screws.
A: Mount your door on your track by first setting the inside wheel on the track.
B: Lift the bearing up and slide it on top of the pivot plate on the bottom of the track. Do not push it all the way back.
C: Slide your fixed hanger back and down over the bearing. Push it back into the slot in the bearing pocket, locking the outside edge of your door in place.
Repeat for the second door.
A: Holding your door plumb, slide your floor pivot onto the threaded stud.
B: Secure the floor pivot in place using provided #8 x 3/4” wood screws.
Test your door and adjust the floor pivot as needed.