them to the header and to the floor. Your kit will contain at least two pairs of split studs. One pair should be located at the edge of (what will be) the door opening, and the second pair should be located halfway between the first split studs and the jamb of the doorframe. With the studs in place, you can slide the wheel hangers into the metal track that’s inside the header. The solid nylon wheels attach to hanging hardware mounted on top of the door, so it rolls smoothly across the over- head track. Adjust the hangers until the door is plumb. Note that if your door is not already finished, you will need to paint or stain all edges and faces to prevent it from warping. A warped door won’t open and
The metal-encased split studs allow the door to pass through them. Attach the metal floor bracket at the bottom of a pair of studs. The bracket will hold the studs the correct distance apart for proper door passage, plus it will serve as a mounting plate to the floor.