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Old 12-11-2004, 05:41 PM   #1
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Question Sliding bathroom door hardware

Factory parts- several of the 1989 (maybe other models) had a sliding bathroom door, fore and aft to keep the hallway open. It worked with two plastic glides sliding in an aluminum rail at the top. The bottom of the door was secured by sliding in a plastic trough. I would like to duplicate that in my 29foot, however even after calling Jackson C3enter 2 or 3 times as well as speaking with an Airstream dealer parts person, I have spent $46 on parts, which I have discovered only one is needed. The rest are for some other setup. Can anyone help me here, especially with a part number for the aluminum rail?
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Sliding bath door

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What year is your 29' AS and is the door for a rear bath or side bath?

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Old 12-13-2004, 02:13 PM   #3
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Rick I have a side bath in a 1989. Now, just to make myself clear, I am wanting to retrofit or 'rig' my trailer to be like the side bath 1989 32 foot. The door would slide fore and aft, saving a great deal of trouble trying to manuver in the small hallway with the swing open door that I now have..
The 1989 32 foot came from the factory that way, yet I am butting my head against the wall (as well as spending a lot of miney) trying to find the proper part6s. I can tell you for positive that the black slides fastened to the top of the door are part # 200009. What I need to know FOR CERTAIN is the proper rail or channel that is screwed to the wall for the door to hang from.
ANY and ALL help is much appreciated!
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