Cabin pocket door
Aluminum rail & roller
Roller T assembly & sunken head cap screw
My kayak rack project with spring loaded ratchet strap
Center height of bus is 77"
I could use 70" of rail horizontally, just before the roof's curve breaks over on each side. I'll only be dropping about 3" below curve of roofline.
This is for my bedroom!, in my bus!
I'm only 5'11" (71") and if someone taller than me goes into my bedroom...
I'll tell her to bend over
Not very often will someone taller than me, be in my bedroom.
I picked up an old treadmill someone was throwing away...
It had a rectangle frame rail, so I chopped off one narrow side of rail, slipped it over my door and screwed it above eye sight.
I used hex head bolts and nylock nuts from the roller to inside the frame rail before I screwed it all to door. I used 1/2" board under the door, and screwed the rail at the top to the side of the door, then removed board... Leaving 1/2" floor gap. I screwed the aluminum rail to bottom of a rafter.
To test the resistance.... I took apart an ink pen, and used the straw to open and close the door.
It was perfect and cost me $20 for the door!