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Old 05-06-2013, 10:01 PM   #16
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Dawg is right on. Level is VERY important, unless you want them to be self- closing or self-opening, as the case may be.
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I understand the importance of plumb and will definitely have my level handy for this job!

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Old 05-06-2013, 10:16 PM   #17
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I understand the importance of plumb and will definitely have my level handy for this job!

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Framing square too maybe?
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Framing square too maybe?
Don't forget the gorilla glue and duct tape!
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From what I see too often anymore you don't really need a level, square, plumb bob, duct/duck tape or guerrila glue. Just a big compressor and a "Nail it Gus!" attitude and fast nail gun.
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One of the kits is for my oldest son's room. I'm too cheap to buy the double closing kit so I'm modifying a single door kit to be a double door. We are going to use it on his closet..basically, make his closet door act like a door on a Star Trek star ship...

Part of my son's job is to figure out how we make the doors open together and via remote control. Should be pretty cool.

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