i just got this
Was the door wide enough to get freezers and equipment through?.. I am thinking a double stable door or with a lift top and double bottom
You can see the back of the truck referenced above in this picture:
You can also do a search on these forums, as almost everyone with roll-up doors have converted them (since most health departments don’t allow them.
framed it and installed door and 2 windows and lp tank cabinet
I recently purchased a Grumman Kurbmaster for my fudge business and it has the roll up door. I think those look trashy and want to convert to swing doors. Is there any info you guys have found online or any experiences you could share with me? Thanks!
Ditto, I can’t see it either
the picture doesn’t work, I would love to see it.
Converting roll up door to swing doors
Buyers Products, at Zoro.com, has cam lock door bolt kits, you supply the 3/4” pipe.
The hinges on Semitrailer swing doors will allow the door to be flat against the side, and a door holder will keep it there.
Penz makes the hinges.
The RV people know all about door holders.
Semitrailer swing doors are PlyMetal (3/4” plywood with external metal skin) or Composite, a metal/wood/metal sandwich.
Plymetal are about $150 each.
Trim to fit, unless you need 49” by 110”.
The external gasket comes in 14 ft lengths, you’ll need a few. They slip over the edge and glue on.
Find a friendly parts guy at the local semitrailer repair shop, hopefully they won’t specialize in roll up doors. Ask them. They’ll have door holders also.
If you want windows…
That gasket holding the window is known as “self locking gasket”, or “universal weatherstrip”
Here’s the one to fit the 3/4” PlyMetal door:
I suggest 12” round tempered glass, here’s some crazy cheap ones:
Scrape off the rubber feet.
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.