Question about American Standard 5 ft Sliding Shower Door
I have to take 2 sets of doors with tracks and cut to fit
I am going along the length of the tub and along the back
I want to have 3 doors in front and 2 on the end
What is a good way to attach the frames together in an l ,
for best support and strenght
You going to need a 2' square aluminum tubing for the corner.
the tubing need to be bolted to the floor. and bolted from the 2 upper rails. then you can attach the doors.
make sure the tube is well secured. the door weights about 12lbs-15lbs each ( depended on the glass).
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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