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Installed a two-piece wardrobe as tall as the bedroom ceiling is high (~92"). Second sliding door upper hardware cannot fit into upper track, and won't slide. Have to modify ceiling drywall (sanding, cut-out??) along track to fit hardware for slider. Space above ceiling is insulated attic space.

Estimate need to remove 1/4-3/8" of ceiling drywall. Removal would be 2-1/2" wide by 78" long (width of wardrobe). Any advice appreciated (except comments on why I bought a wardrobe as tall as ceiling is high). Thanks.
 

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Is there any way you can cut the base shorter? There's usually some dead space(about 3" or so)under the units floor. You can then build a base from 2x3's or whatever fits and put it under the unit. Use a base molding to hide the cuts.
Ron
 
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