> Sure it's dooable. Remember the old woodies? They had real
> wood on
> Remove the old doors, but save them just in cast this doesn't
> work to
> your satisfaction.
> Check the curb for an old refrigerator box. Slice the box so
> you have a
> large piece that you can use as a template. Place it against
> opening and mark with a permanent marker. Cut the template and
> trim to
> perfection. Make a cut down the middle. Now use the template
> construct doors out of wood. I suppose you could use sheet
> metal if you
> were not too concerned with the wood look. Be sure to make it
> strong as
> this is going to get lots of use as you demonstrate it to
> Hinges are available at HD just a few aisles from the wood.
> Buy the
> best as you don't want this to rust and look shabby. Please
> pictures of the progress.
Thanks for the reply.
Unfortunately there is some misunderstanding here!!
By "Barn doors", I am referring to the style of door as opposed to
"Dutch Door " setup I currently have.
The barn door style is the most common type, consisting of two full
doors, left and right, metal construction, equipped as such from
What I want to do is swap out the factory dutch doors with factory
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