'76 Overlander Bathroom door removal - ideas?
One of the annoyances of our most recent trip (Toronto, Washington, Florida, Nashville, Cleveland, Toronto) was that the bathroom door finally gave up closing. I can get it closed, but no one else in my family possesses enough anger and upper body strength to do it.
One of the roller things has fallen off. The door hangs at an angle at the best of times. I'm sick of it, and want to get rid of it and replace it with something that actually works and you know, maybe doesn't weigh 20 pounds.
I removed the full length mirror from the back, (in the process dislodging a piece of glass, narrowly missing my big toe), but am at a loss as to what to do next. I'm reluctant to bring out the crowbar until I have a plan for what to replace it with. I can't figure out how to get this door out of the groove.
Has anyone done this before? Any threads I haven't found that have nifty, lightweight but strong, bathroom door replacements?
Kevin and Leah
Accountants who tow sans regret
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