Custom Size Adjustable Barn Door Hardware

Custom Size Adjustable Barn Door Hardware

$227.00
Size 6FT Track
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The only sliding door hardware kit that actually hits every stud!

From the creative minds behind HARDWAREVOLUTION® comes a new mounting concept for barn door hardware.

Guaranteed to be the most flexible and adjustable sliding door hardware on the market.

Supports larger doors up to 2 1/2 inches thick with our extender hardware kit.

Our patented mounting brackets can be moved to mount directly onto each stud.  No more drilling extra holes in the bar.  No more headers or backer boards are required.  Just bolt a Freedom Clamp™ to each stud and then clamp the bar in place.

 

The Freedom Clamp can be used with 3rd party hardware as well (not compatible with top mount rollers at this time). So if you already purchased a kit from a competitor and realized how inflexible and complicated it can be. Just purchase a HE-5PK Clamp Kit and follow our simple comprehensive instructions and videos. Please note that 3rd party rollers must have 3/4" from the center of the roller to the INSIDE of the strap.

  • Tracks consisting of 3FT, 4FT, and 6.5FT lengths with connector plate
  • Freedom Clamp mounting brackets
  • Two J-shaped roller arms
  • Hardware for both wood studs and masonry
  • Center notch floor guide
  • Two stop blocks

Heavy DutyDoor Weight Capacity: [250lbs]
Door Thickness: [Up to 1.5 inches] (extra thick doors with our extension blocks)
Ceiling Clearance Required: [6 inches]

 

Q: What kind of door should I buy?

A: The simple answer is that just about anything can be used as a door and with our extension blocks you can go as thick as 2.5-inches. You are only limited by your creativity.

Now, there are many places to purchase doors and there are some THINGS to watch out for. Often times door makers will Pre-Drill the holes for the rollers. You do NOT want them to do this. Our rollers are slightly different than the standard roller in terms of where the holes are located. So, do not have them Pre-Drill the door.

Even if you decide to use our Freedom Clamps only and not purchase our track and rollers, you still don't want the holes pre-drilled. You need to allow for the thickness of our mounting blocks and that will require some extra space at the top of the door.

Other than that, we recommend that you allow for 1-2 inches on either side of the opening for overlap. You want to mount the door at least 1/2" off the floor. And you should plan 1-2 inches of overlap at the top of the opening. So simply add 4-inches to the opening width and 2-inches to the opening height. If you have casing around the door then I like to completely cover the casing when the door is closed.

Kits Includes:

  • Tracks consisting of 3FT, 4FT, and 6.5FT lengths with connector plate
  • Freedom Clamp mounting brackets
  • Two J-shaped roller arms
  • Hardware for both wood studs and masonry
  • Center notch floor guide
  • Two stop blocks

Heavy DutyDoor Weight Capacity: [250lbs]
Door Thickness: [Up to 1.5 inches] (extra thick doors with our extension blocks)
Ceiling Clearance Required: [6 inches]

 

FAQ

Q: What kind of door should I buy?

A: The simple answer is that just about anything can be used as a door and with our extension blocks you can go as thick as 2.5-inches. You are only limited by your creativity.

Now, there are many places to purchase doors and there are some THINGS to watch out for. Often times door makers will Pre-Drill the holes for the rollers. You do NOT want them to do this. Our rollers are slightly different than the standard roller in terms of where the holes are located. So, do not have them Pre-Drill the door.

Even if you decide to use our Freedom Clamps only and not purchase our track and rollers, you still don't want the holes pre-drilled. You need to allow for the thickness of our mounting blocks and that will require some extra space at the top of the door.

Other than that, we recommend that you allow for 1-2 inches on either side of the opening for overlap. You want to mount the door at least 1/2" off the floor. And you should plan 1-2 inches of overlap at the top of the opening. So simply add 4-inches to the opening width and 2-inches to the opening height. If you have casing around the door then I like to completely cover the casing when the door is closed.

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