We do have a door that attaches to rackrail but the largest one is 20
I suggest you return the PFD-35 and get a door from the hardware store
or Home Depot that was designed to attach to millwork. Unfortunately
our door was not designed to be attached to millwork.
Originally Posted by Cathan /forum/post/0
Well that sucks. At least they will take it back. You thinking of going all McGyver making it work anyway?
Originally Posted by rm1759 /forum/post/0
As always, McCall made a good suggestion. If you don't have a dremel, I am pretty sure you can get a drill bit that has a disc-shaped cut-off attachment. As a last resort, and if you are careful, you can just use a chisel and do it by hand. then cover the hole with a pocket door latch plate. You can get them at the home depot (probably need to buy the whole pocket door latch kit) here is a pic of what I am talking about, it's the little plate on the side:
Originally Posted by jtnfoley /forum/post/0
DC, post some closeup pics of the hinges and latches... I've got several racks with unused doors and I may be able to provide the correct striker, or thoughts on how to do the striker/hinges cleanly.