|Item Weight||16.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||79 x 6 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||SWD11|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Package Includes: (1) 78 3/4in Rail (5) Wall Hangers (2) Rollers (2) Door Stops (1) Floor Guide|
TCBunny 6.6 Feet Country Steel Sliding Barn Wood Door Hardware Antique Style (Brown)
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- Condition: Brand New Material: High Quality Steel Surface: Frosted Brown
- Door weight capacity: 280lb; Fit door panel width:36 '' Door panel thickness: 1 3/8'' and 1 3/4 ''
- Package Includes: (1) 79.5" Rail (5) Wall Hangers (2) Rollers (2) Door Stops (1) Floor Guide (1) Installation manual
- Life time guarantee: We are the manufacture of the sliding door hardware. All items have been double inspected before on market. If there is any part missed or broken, we can ship the parts to you at first time.
- ONLY the hardware is for sale. Door is not included.
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- 6.6FT Pre-Drilled Track : There are 5 pre-drilled holes on the track, with 16" US standard distance layout. The track is built by one long seamless steel, provides a smooth and sturdy rolling raid
- Roller : Steel stick and polyester wheel with ball bearing makes your door moving stably and quietly.
- Wall Hanger  : Spacers are used for mounting the track, in order to fix the track firmly and maintain the gap between the wall and the track.
- Door Stopper : You can adjust the installation place of the door stopper to make your desired rolling length.
- Door Anti-jumper : By installing these two anti-jumper can prevent the door jumping out of the rail.
- Door Guide : This guide makes your door working on its road.
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- My kit is painted dark, flat brown. Not black, not natural steel or iron. Dark coffee isn't a bad description. If there are scratches in the finish, I think finding the perfect shade of paint to fix it would be a challenge.
- The wheels are plastic, NOT metal, but they do seem to be very solid.
- It rolls smoothly and pretty quietly, with some rubbing from the door guide, as expected.
- The included instructions give you all the measurements you need, but don't give you a step-by-step guide. This wasn't a problem for me, because it's a simple process. It is all in metric measurements, but this was a non-issue for the most part.
- That being said, the metric-spaced holes on the rail were annoying for my American house. However even if they were spaced for modern, standard American stud spacing, there's no guarantee they would line up perfectly with the placement of your wall's studs anyway.
- Following the included instructions, about 5 to 5.5 inches of clearance is needed from the top edge of the door (see the picture I uploaded). It was a tight fit for my space, especially because I have crown molding right above, but it worked perfectly in the end. You do need at least about a half inch above that to lift the door and rollers over the rail to mount it.
- I routed a groove in the bottom of my door, and installed the included door guide. This seems to be the best method if you are able to do it. Without the guide, the bottom of my door would be rubbing against the baseboard, which I did not want. Installing the guide into a carpeted floor required two longer, self-tapping screws.
I'm giving this product three stars because of the whole experience from purchasing to installation - I had a few issues with the transaction. The kit arrived missing most of the hardware. All I received was the rail, one roller with bolts, and the instructions. A short e-mail conversation with the merchant led to the missing stuff being delivered about a week later. Unfortunately, the replacement parts weren't packed well, and several of the parts arrived with scratches. They were all dumped together into one large padded envelope, which was placed inside a box. There are a few extra bolts that work with the kit that are a bit different than the others, and there are four small, plastic caps that don't seem to have any purpose. The two stoppers are different: they each have two allen screws which are used to secure the stoppers to the rail, and each pair of screws is a different size and color. I uploaded a picture that hopefully shows this. It was extremely easy to over-tighten the smaller pair of screws, and I partially stripped the threads on one. The stoppers need to be held firmly in place, so since I can't physically tighten the screws anymore, I worry that it'll eventually get pushed over. The rubber pads on the stoppers are a bit different, too
I thought about complaining about these issues to the merchant, but decided I would rather just live with them and get the job done. After installing the door, I can hardly notice the scratches, but I'll have to wait and see if the stopper eventually gets moved. All of these issues are minor, but they lead me to wonder if these kits are cobbled together using various pieces, come from different vendors, or if the problem was isolated to my order. The box I originally received looked like it was made out of several smaller boxes that had been taped together.
Installation quite easy, and contrary to some other reviewers I didn't have a single problem with the instructions. As mentioned, they are pretty sparse, but they provide you with all the measurements and tools that you need as clear as day. Measuring things in millimeters or centimeters is extremely easy - buy a ruler with metric and standard marks, and there's no need to convert. The instructions give standard sizing for required drill bits. You do not get a step by step guide, but you also do not need one. It's pretty self explanatory. One thing I did differently was the placement of the rollers: I installed them closer to the edges of my door. I built the door myself, and the edges were sturdier than the recommended spot, so I decided it would be best to attach the rollers there.
There was no way to line up the rail perfectly with the studs in my house, so this was the only hiccup. The rail is mounted a little off-center from where I wanted it, but it's long enough to give my 36" wide door enough space to fully open and close. Many people complain about the metric spacing of the bolt holes, but realistically, even if they were spaced for a standard, modern American home, there is no guarantee they would line up perfectly for your setup anyway. Many older homes follow different standards too, which makes things more complicated. Do your best to make it work, or find a workaround. You can install a wood board between the wall and the rail, as others have done. I chose not to do this, but it was always an option.
As I said, I'm happy overall with the experience, and would definitely use this kit again. Hopefully my review helps you make your decision.
Installation tip - ignore the dimension for how far to mount the end of the bar from the doorway edge.The simplest way to do it is to align the doorway edge perpendicular to the exact center of the bar. This will balance the difference of how much of the bar is remaining past the door in the open and closed positions. Also, there is a slight bow in the bar. Mount the bar so that the bow has the ends pointed in the downward direction. This will help the door stay in its open and closed positions without drifting.
I have a few niggles that need to be mentioned in the hope of helping others looking at this kit or planning on installing a sliding barn door.
As mentioned by other reviewers, the instructions are almost completely useless. One-page printed front and back attempts to show the installation almost entirely with pictures and there are no actual written part names, what they are, what they are for, or what to do with them.
The two door stops seem to work well but they will not slide over the bolt hex heads that attach the rail to the spacers; this means that their position has to be inside or outside the outside bolt at either end of the rail, which in turn means that the position of the roller straps that attach to the door top rail/stiles is related to the position of the stop. This said, my application was not ideal and my door is wider than 36”; if your door and opening are not exactly as intended by the manufacturer, plan ahead and know how you intend to install.
The floor mount door guide is small and plastic. If the door were accidentally kicked or bumped against I’d be surprised if this bracket would stand up to it. That said, this kit is much lower in price than several others so YGWYPF.
The TC Bunny brand name is printed at the bottom of each roller strap; mine were assembled so that the name would be on the back of the strap so I removed the bolt from each roller and reversed it on the strap so that the name is visible.
I’m fortunate to have AutoCAD at home and I spent quite some time planning exactly how the install was going to go. I drew the opening, the door, and the hardware parts to scale and doing this made the installation much easier. It took me 90 minutes working alone.
Don’t let the small amount of parts fool you into thinking that installing the hardware and hanging the door is easy…it is not; and if you are not pretty DYI handy, find someone who is to help you because trying to follow the instructions to get you through this will not work.
Everything is great quality and it all feels sturdy. I'd suggest screwing into some studs, i don't know how well this would hold just on the drywall, i probably wouldn't trust it. If it gets slammed a lot you might have to adjust the stop that mounts on the rail every once and a while. We have only had to do it once in two months but my wife slams it shut hard so i'm surprised we haven't had to more.