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Sliding DR Bumper

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  • National #N100-834 Sliding DR Bumper
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Frequently Bought Together

Sliding DR Bumper + Stay Roller + National Hardware N112-102 Box Rail Trolley Hanger Pair for Indoor/Outdoor Wood Sliding Doors
Price for all three: $60.67

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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number N100-834
Item Weight11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions1 x 1 x 1 inches
Item model numberN100-834
Item Package Quantity1
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #151,078 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 15, 2006

Product Description

Sliding Door Bumper, Designed As A Door Stop On Up To 2" Thick Sliding Doors, Zinc Plated Embossed .109 Gauge Steel.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Todd M. on October 13, 2014
It’s a nice system… but putting the parts in a kit would be better because this isn’t all you’ll need. To install a door on a trolley system you need the track, hanger brackets & roller assembly for the key components and then likely the sliding bumper, stay roller, end cap and a handle. I originally purchased enough parts to have a door system that closed in the center of the doorway and when I made the doorway smaller I had some extra parts. I never thought I’d use them again but I decided it was time to expand my 2-car size garage that only had a single wide overhead door so I could actually get my Ford Expedition in for the winter. I found a used single 8’ high x 7’ wide solid steel door that lifted up and over the vehicle. However, though I could barely get the vehicle in the garage I couldn’t walk behind it to get out of the garage. Something had to give so I decided to take the door off the rail system, remove all the overhead hardware and install the door outside the garage rather than inside… and that gave me 9” more of floor space: 6” for the wall thickness, 2” for the door thickness and about another 1” for the tracks holding the door a little more inside than needed. Since my opening was 8’ wide I used two 8’ sections of track… you can use less by setting the rollers in farther 2’ at each end of the door and setting the track back on the closing side but my door weighs about 250-pounds so I wanted the rollers close to the ends for a smoother roll. With 2-sections of track you need 3 hangers at the minimum… one at each end of the track and one in the center that joins them together… make sure the center one has 2-setscrews on it or it won’t work for joining 2-rails.Read more ›
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