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newkiwi

Love this idea! One question, though: How much weight do you think this hardware would support? We're thinking of a 3/8-inch thick glass door about 30 inches wide and 82 high.

   
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Patricia Gregoire

Can a barn door be hung from the ceiling to provide a room divider?

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abbeo

Could you provide a link for the floor guide that you show in photos? I've been looking everywhere for an inexpensive floor guide. Thanks!

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