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Johnson Hardware 111SD Series 60 in. Track and Hardware Set for 2-Door Bypass Doors
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Johnson Hardware

111SD Series 60 in. Track and Hardware Set for 2-Door Bypass Doors

$10170 /each
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This Johnson Hardware 111SD Series 60 in. Track and Hardware Set for 2-Door Bypass Doors is an adaptable sliding door hardware set designed for residential and light commercial applications. It will accommodate 3/4 in. or thicker doors up to 150 lb.

  • Good for use with 3/4 in. or thicker sliding bypass doors up to 150 lb.
  • Door weight is carried by 1025 ball bearing door hangers, so doors hang naturally to reduce possible warping problems
  • Convex rail design provides single-point hanger wheel contact for low roll resistance
  • Box design helps prevent rollers from jumping the track
  • Adjustable nylon door guides hold doors firmly in place and can be positioned for different door thicknesses
  • Heavy-walled, compact aluminum track is precision extruded for smooth operation
  • Meets ANSI standards
  • Tested quality: all Johnson Hardware is rigidly tested to meet ANSI standards

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Does the upper track cover the hardware (rollers, etc) that's on the top of the door, or can you ...

Does the upper track cover the hardware (rollers, etc) that's on the top of the door, or can you see the hardware? The first reviewer's install picture looks like the hardware is visible after installation? I'd like an upper track that covers the hardware on the door completely.
Asked by: Kelly
The rollers are about half hidden, but you could put a piece of moulding over the whole track and top of door to hide it all. Mine is mounted to the ceiling on a piece of 2x4 because I knew it would be carrying a lot of weight and didn't want to chance just screwing into the drywall and occasional stud and I could, if I wanted, cover that with moulding, but it's in my pantry so not really necessary, but it would make it attractive.
Answered by: shariefelton
Date published: 2017-06-28

The closet has three doors with a total width of 105.5 inches. How can I adapt the style of hardw...

The closet has three doors with a total width of 105.5 inches. How can I adapt the style of hardware with this style doors?
Asked by: Don
You would have to get more than one kit for that wide of opening, you'd need a rail for each door, or one really long one on the back, basically just like a regular closet bi-pass door. I can't see that it would be any different from a closet door system with 3 doors, or really with 2 doors you just need a third rail and hang the middle door on the front to bi-pass both back doors.
Answered by: shariefelton
Date published: 2017-06-28

I have a 60" by 80" opening and want to use two 30" doors, 1" thick. How tall will the doors need...

I have a 60" by 80" opening and want to use two 30" doors, 1" thick. How tall will the doors need to be cut to accommodate the hardware and still fit in the 80" opening? Also I don't want to groove out my hardwood floors. Can this track sit on top of them and does that affect to height the doors need to be. I have a 4 3/4" header on the closet if that is any concern. Thank you.
Asked by: SCL
If you have a 80" finished opening, your doors should be 77-3/4" tall. That gives 1-7/8" gap at the top for the hardware and 3/8" gap at the bottom for the guide. There is no track on the floor, just a guide that can sit right on top of your wood floor.
Answered by: Johnson Hardware Staff
Date published: 2017-06-29

Is there a maximum acceptable thickness for each door?

I hope to hang two 1.375" thick louvered slab doors, and still maintain the 3" overall depth described for your railing mounts. Also, if thicker doors such as these can be used, are the hangers mounted on the inner edges of the doors, where they're closest to one another, rather than centered, in order to keep them from getting stuck against one another as they pass?
Asked by: Layne
I'd still center the doors, they might hang oddly if they aren't centered. You can put the rails just about any distance apart, as long as the doors don't hit each other, the minimum 3" would do that with just about any door, if the distance between centers is 3" it should work fine as they show, your's would be 2.75 from center to center, so 3" should clear them, but I think I'd place them at about 3 1/2" to allow for easier movement, you'd only have 1/4" if they were 3" apart, might pinch fingers. Mine are mounted on plywood and space about 12" apart because I have baskets hung on them for holding pantry items.
Answered by: shariefelton
Date published: 2017-06-28
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Customer Reviews

111SD Series 60 in. Track and Hardware Set for 2-Door Bypass Doors is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It did a great job, but instructions need to be just a little clearer for someone that hasn't a c... It did a great job, but instructions need to be just a little clearer for someone that hasn't a clue on how to put something like this together. I figured it out, but could have been better a little easier.
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice... Very nice
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well made Well made
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent... Excellent
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The sliding closet doors now open/close effortlessly and don't come off the track. Using this new track for the sliding closet doors at the bottom of the stairs in the basement. The doors were always coming off the previous "regular" track. It didn't help that my wife would throw empty boxes down the stairs that would knock the doors off the track. It was straightforward to install the new track and hang the doors. This is when I found out the wall and door frame were not vertical. The doors hung out over the threshold. But since there is more than enough margin for error with this track, I was able to adjust/install the bottom guides so that the doors fit in the opening and still moved extremely smoothly. I highly recommend this product.
Date published: 2012-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heavy duty and easy to install I bought this to make a free standing sliding door in my pantry to use up the wasted floor space in front of my shelving. I placed them 6" apart and attached them to a 2x4 screwed into the ceiling joists/rafters to give plenty of support since I was planning on attaching shelves/baskets to the hanging doors. I used birch plywood 3/4" for the doors and this hardware worked perfectly for my mission. They are rated at 500#'s each so the food items will never exceed that weight limit even with the baskets. We put a track on the floor of 1x3" pine strips just to give it a guide and keep them from swinging. These are really sturdy and very easy to attach and hang the doors/panels. I'm thinking of using them to put a sliding door to my walk in closet instead of the bifold door I have there and making it more like a barn door.
Date published: 2015-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Bypass Door Tracks EVER These are worth the investment. They install just as easy as the cheap tracks BUT the doors WILL NEVER fall off their tracks. There are 3 wheels per trolley, 6 wheels per door. The doors glide smoothly. I will suggest this upgrade to all of my clients.
Date published: 2010-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than expected Tracks were great quality, all hardware was included. Shipment arrived quickly and they worked out great for my cabinet doors.
Date published: 2014-01-08
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