double door. Help please!

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Old 08-10-08, 06:37 AM
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double door. Help please!

I am just about done with my shed (finally) and am now on to the doors. I am using t-111 siding and 1x4's for the trim. my question is, if i am doing trim around the entire perimeter of each door, a horizontal piece in the center and an "x" design on the doors (all exterior), do i need any bracing on the inside? maybe 2x4's (or 3's) around the perimeter on the inside? would like to finish today so any help is appreciated. thanks.
 
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Old 08-10-08, 06:58 AM
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You should have enuf, but it sure wouldn't hurt to run a single 2 x 3 diagonally on the inside from the bottom hinge side corner to the upper latch side corner. This would help w/any possible sagging. But you'd need to screw through the outside to attach it.
You could also leave it off and attach it later if you feel the need.
 

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Old 08-10-08, 07:14 AM
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i'm also concerned about the lack of material to attach the trim and hinges to if there is nothing on the inside. should i be?
 
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