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Old 01-22-2016, 04:21 AM   #1
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Need to remove the sliding doors on a 2001 30' classic. Is there an easy way to perform this operation?
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Old 01-22-2016, 06:31 AM   #2
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Yes, are you needing to remove tracks an all, or just remove the doors themselves?
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just the doors
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If they are like mine, there are two nylon clips at each hanger. They simply swing open. The tops of the door side of the hanger just sit in a cup. Swinging the nylon clips outward allows you to pull the door horizontally off the cups side of the hanger and carry it away .
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Doesn't sound like what I have but thanks for trying to help.
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Upon second inspection, you're suggestion looks like it will work. On a trip in southern Texas right now but will do it when I return to Colorado. Need to replace the edge banding on the two doors and thought it would be a much better job if I had the doors in my shop to do the work. Once again......THANKS
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