How To Hang A Door

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Old 06-30-15, 10:45 PM
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How To Hang A Door

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Old 07-01-15, 03:41 AM
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You laugh. Now what they could do is install a deadbolt in that opening, repunch the latch side and install their lockset. Double shear protection to prevent entry. Of course the door is MDF, and a child's tricycle would go right through it, but it's an idea. When did you do this??
 
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LOL. That is absolutely hilarious. At least it's plumb!
 
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that made me laugh
 
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Old 07-01-15, 08:44 AM
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When did you do this??
Never. Stole the pic from Reddit, my late night sleeping pill.
 
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Stole the pic from Reddit, my late night sleeping pill.
It kind of looks like somebody needed a good nights rest before putting the door up, either that or a really good strong cup of coffee
 
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Those mortises are all factory, so I say it came from someone not flipping the blank for punching in the factory. Of course the numbnut that hung it should have seen it. Worth a thousand laughs, for sure.
 
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just when you think you have seen it all.....

ohh boy, LOL cracked me up too! only time I have seen holes on the hinge side is for the Samuel Heath "Perko-closer" (bicycle chain and spring type closer, no hydraulic or pneumatic control)
 
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Not positive about the door slab but someone caulked and painted everything up after the installation
 
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