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Model #18396

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48 in. Sliding Door Set

  • The track is made of galvanized steel for corrosion resistance
  • Designed for doors 3/4" to 1-3/8" thick weighing up to 60 lbs.
  • Ideal for doors up to 48 in. wide; can be cut down to any length
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Product Overview

The Everbilt 48 in. Bi-Pass Sliding Door Set allows 2 sliding closet doors to move smoothly and quietly. It is designed for doors with a thickness of 3/4 in. to 1-3/8 in. that weigh up to 60 lbs. Its floor guide can withstand strong impacts and the jump-proof V-shaped track is made with corrosion-resistant galvanized steel for durability.
  • Made of corrosion-resistant galvanized steel
  • Designed to allow closet doors to roll quietly and smoothly
  • Floor guide can withstand strong impacts
  • Dial-adjust hangers allow up to 5/16 in. vertical door adjustment
  • Designed for 2 sliding closet doors with a thickness of 3/4 in. to 1-3/8 in. each
  • Detailed instructions included for easy installation
  • Pre-drilling required for installation
  • Set includes dial-adjust hangers, door alignments, a V-shaped track, rollers, a floor guide and hardware
  • Note: dial-adjust hangers come with 2 different offsets, when installing doors with 3/4 in. thickness use #2 hangers (1/8 in. offset) on the rear door, when installing doors with 1-3/8 in. thickness use #1 hangers (7/16 in.) on the rear door, refer to step 7 in instructions

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Questions & Answers


I’m using bifold existing doors that an eighth” over your recommendation. Is it still do-able if...

Asked by ThxfromGa December 2, 2020

The 48 in. Sliding Door Set is not designed for use with bi-fold doors. Additionally, the maximum thickness to for installing the hangers is 1-3/8".

I am building a closet. Is the proper finished door opening height 1-3/4" more than the height of the 80” doors. Is this correct?

Asked by Zee June 28, 2020

The proper door height is 1-3/4" less than the height of the finished opening.

How do you keep the door from coming off the track while sliding?

Asked by dave December 29, 2019

Adjust the roller wheels to there lowest position.

How do i determine the height of the doors? My opening is 79 7/8 tall and i have 80 inch doors.

Asked by Confused October 17, 2018

Good question. I would lay it all out on the floor. Lay down the door, attach the wheels to the top, slip the top track onto the wheels, then measure down from the top of the track and make a mark at 79-7/8. Position the bottom track on this mark, deduct the appropriate amount to give it a little space, and make a final mark for cutting. I would put the top wheels in the lowest position when you measure so the range of adjustment is bigger once the doors are installed. Be sure to measure the height of the door opening (79-7/8) at the right, left, and center of the opening to confirm it's the same all the way across. And I assume you know to make a cut with a utility knife before cutting the door with a circular saw, so as to lessen the chipping. If the doors are hollow core masonite, definitely drill pilot holes, and don't over-tighten the screws. Good luck!

If I am getting two 48 in doors....which tracks would I need?

Asked by Marcy August 9, 2018

96" track

Will this sliding door set work with a 48" wide door panel, or is it only for two 24" door panels

Asked by Serge May 29, 2018

Two of 24"

If What did i do wrong if my doors are hitting one another

Asked by EnJ December 20, 2017

My best guess without seeing it is that you either simply hung both doors in the same track line or you have the offsets on the hinges hung in the opposite track, in other words reverse the doors (the one in the front move to the back and vise versa).

Can install multiple tracks next to each other to create a longer track?

Asked by Brenden November 13, 2017

Yes, absolutely can you install multiple tracks to accommodate a larger opening. The only potential issue you may have would be to add some sort of travel limiter, or stop bumpers so the multiple doors do not constantly slam into each other when opening them.

Is the weight it can hold the weight of both doors combined? Or can it hold 2 doors up to 60# ea...

Asked by dls October 19, 2017

I would not risk putting so much weight on it. If that weight fell on a kid, it could be very grave. The plastic wheels will be squashed within a few weeks of use.

Will I be wasting money to try to hang my 1 3/8" doors? Or is there something I need to know that others don't?

Asked by Sdk September 12, 2017

Yes, you would be wastihng your money as I just did, this system does NOT work at all with 1 3/8 doors even when it is sold as if it worked. I am terribly dissapointed.

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Customer Reviews

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by Gen
Everything you need except the door the door
I’m not sure how much I can say about this. It has all the fittings that you need to install a sliding door. It has the rail, the wheels to attach to the door, the guides to go in the floor, and the handles to go in the door. It also has detailed instructions. It all looks well made, so I have nothing negative to say about it. I prefer the sliding doors to the bi-fold ones so I want to replace mine.
by Baz
3 people found this helpful
Easy Replacement
I have replaced almost all of the closet door sliding hardware in my 55 year old house with this hardware set from Home Depot. My doors slide open and closed much more easily now. The channel is easily cut with a hacksaw if necessary. The rollers and door guides are a combination metal and plastic, but have lasted well. The upper door rollers have a "cam" mechanism for adjusting the height of the doors. It's easy!
by mophead
6 people found this helpful
Easier than other tracks
I find this product very easy to install.I like that the screws are mount to the side of the door others are on top of the door.It's every easy to adjust the height by turning the knob .Hint:There are 4 track wheels,2 are different make sure the one that curve more goes on the back track and the one that is not that curve goes in front.
by HomeDepotCustomer
8 people found this helpful
sliding door
Replaced bent track so door slides easily. It was a snap and the video helped me remove and replace doors from track.
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Easy to follow and install , good quality....
Easy to follow and install , good quality.
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