Top Mount Black Spoked Sliding Barn Door Hardware Kit - Spoked Wheel Complete kit. Option: Black, Red, Copper or Silver color wheels
Note: Hardware is standard for 1-3/8" to 1-1/2" thick door. If your door is thicker contact us so we can give you a quote for custom bolts, spacers, etc.
Our product has a quality Sealed Bearing design! Professional grade made specifically for sliding barn doors. Not retrofitted from common pulley wheels that are designed for other products.
//////Super Quiet, Super Smooth, Sealed Ball Bearing Wheels\\\\\\
Our "HUSH PUPPY" wheels are awesome! Not to be confused with cheap plastic, they are a high density super strong composite material. Although we also sell solid steel wheel designs, by far our composite system is more popular due to its satin black metal look, quietness, smoothness, strength and non rusting attributes.
This listing is for a complete hardware set not including the door (rail is an option you may select in the drop down menu).
Details: Hardware is flat black metal. The spoked wheel is a high density composite for a much smoother and quiet glide while keeping the authentic look.
Custom track lengths available on request. We will then create a custom listing for you.
Above door clearance needed is 7.5". Compare to others needing 12".
What is in the kit? (1) Rail (When Rail Option Is Selected) Up To 77". When selecting to order with rail or without rail in the drop down, note that when we drill for you it will be evenly spaced. (Longer size will be a custom listing) (2) Top Mount Spoked Wheel 4.75" diameter & Hangers (4) Wheel Hanger Washers, Bolts and Nuts (5) Metal Rail To Wall Spacers (5) Lag Bolts and Drywall Inserts (2) Rubberized Door Rail Stoppers (1) Floor Guide (1) Instruction Sheet (1) Allen Wrench For Rubber Stoppers (2) Round anti-jumpers
Important! When ordering a rail, the rule of thumb is to take your door width, double it then add 5" for the stops.
Pre-drilled: If you select us to drill the rail for you, we will drill the rail evenly spaced. If you are trying to hit specific studs, we suggest you drill on site.