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hawkeye43

fish house door

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I am looking for a back door so I can put the ATV into the house. The ATV is 54" wide with the tracks on and thats where the promble starts. Most doors don't go big enought. I talked to a place that makes truck vans about double doors with a door in a door. Anyone have any thoughts on who else would make a door???

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We were in the same situation as you. We ended up going to a local trailer dealer, and ordering a double door kit. This didn't come with a frame, so we had to make one. Not hard to do either. Makes for a better door than any of the fish house place's doors.

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Try fish house supply They have double door Not sure the size

fishhousesupply.com

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I already did, the widest is 50" like most builders. I'm thinking its got to be at least 60" wide so there is a little room on each side. I am going to check with a dealer that sells cargo trailer to see if any would build one.

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The double doors we installed from the trailer dealer are 72" wide.. Have plenty of room to spare with them.

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Can you send an email where??

kmaderatfrontiernetdotnet

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My brother-in law bought a dbl door from Miltona Blacksmith (North of Alexandria) shop that was wider than the average dbl door. Beleive it will work, check their HSOforum & give them a call.

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Big Buck Buster, can you send the name of that door place again?? I can't find it anywhere, has to be old age.

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Big Buck Buster, can you send the name of that door place again?? I can't find it anywhere, has to be old age.

Yes, I will look back for the email I sent you, and send it again.

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