I have some hollow core doors that are 80" in height that I need to cut
down to 78 1/2". They seem to have 2" of solid wood on the top and
bottom edges and since I am installing hardware on the top (two wheel
hangers for by-pass doors), I was considering cutting off the bottom 1
1/2". Do you think that leaving only a half inch of the framing (or
whatever it's called) on the bottom would degrade it's integrity?
Thanks for your help.
You're not taking a popularity poll, are you? You've already asked
this question on another newsgroup and received good replies. When
you desire to have input on the same question from several newsgroups
it's better to cross post the one question that to repeatedly ask the
same question. Otherwise people will be repeating the same
information as they can't see the responses to date, and it won't
improve the quality of the replies.
I'm sorry, you didn't ask this same question on another newsgroup,
you've asked this same question on this newsgroup by starting three
May I assume that we should look forward to daily posting of this same
question until your arbitrary information threshold is crossed?
Actually because so many automatically delete any 'cross-posts' (a popular
feature in many spam blockers) that can work against you. It's not 'wrong'
to crosspost if the groups are tightly related, but it can be caught up and
deleted unread by many.
Well, there are a lot of ways to try to reduce the spam, but I'd think
that would be one of the more drastic settings. I could understand if
the filter deleted crossposting to more than two or three groups, but
deleting any crossposting is silly.
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