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Whisper-quiet, smooth-rolling operation and rugged build quality make this kit a fantastic choice for our most discerning customers.

Rolling Barn Door Hardware Kit, Black, Rectangle

Item #
56563

This rolling door hardware is one of those products that you have to touch and feel to truly appreciate. The rustic, architectural quality of the hardware hints of the barns and carriage houses of bygone times. From the glassy-smooth action of the precision roller straps to the heavy, solid extruded track, its quality and careful workmanship are clearly apparent, and will nicely complement the quality of the door you select or build. Rolling door hardware makes a great option where a traditional swinging door would be in the way or where swing clearance is tight. Each kit includes all necessary hardware to hang and guide a single door on the assembled 6' length of included track—enough length to accommodate most interior doors. For double doors, use the Splice Hardware (#58266, sold separately) to add additional track length. Not suitable for exterior use.

Features:

  • Bold, classy black finish accentuates the design of your custom rolling door
  • Quiet Glide® tracks are made of solid aluminum, eliminating dents, warping, and bending so your rolling barn door slides consistently and quietly over time
  • Each pair of roller straps is rated to hold 250 lbs of door weight (not for use with hollow core doors)
  • Other than the track, the rest of the hardware is made of solid steel
  • Included wall brackets accommodate doors up to 1-1/2'' thick
  • To mount doors up to 2-1/4'' thick, use the Long Wall Brackets (56934, sold separately) to mount the track to the wall
  • Decorative part of rectangle roller strap measures 2-5/8''W x 5-1/8''H
  • For interior use only
  • Made in USA

Rolling Barn Door Hardware Kit, Black, Rectangle
(2) Horseshoe Roller Straps
(2) Floor Stops
(1) 2-Piece Center Guide
(2) 3' Track Sections with Splice Hardware
(2) Track End Caps
(5) Wall Brackets
(1) Pack of Mounting Hardware

More Information
Manufacturer Part Number QG1310BR086S
Weight 8.7500
Tech Spec
  • Hanger Style: Rectangle
  • Texture: Smooth
  • Finish: Powder-Coated Black
  • Weight Capacity: 250 lbs.
  • Max. Door Thickness: 1-1/2'' (if the opening will have casing trim, you must subtract for the thickness of the casing)
Technical Documents
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/product

WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood
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Randall A on Jan 28, 2017
My wife is interested in replacing our pantry doors with a rolling barn door. I wasn't sure it would fit but I asked a question on your site and got a lot of good feedback; so I am going to try and put it in.
Doug K on Aug 28, 2016
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Randall A on Jan 28, 2017
customer requested this model
Doug J on Nov 8, 2016
My wife is interested in replacing our pantry doors with a rolling barn door. I wasn't sure it would fit but I asked a question on your site and got a lot of good feedback; so I am going to try and put it in.
Doug K on Aug 28, 2016
Needed for sliding barn door I built
Charles S on Jul 26, 2016
customer requested this model
Doug J on Nov 8, 2016
Needed for sliding barn door I built
Charles S on Jul 26, 2016
what is the part number for additional roller straps? I would like to make a bi-parting door configuration
Thomas on Nov 29, 2017
How far away from the wall will the door hang? I have pantry that has light switches on either side so I would want to make sure there is enough clearance for the door to slide over the light switches.
Doug K on Aug 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is one of those"it depends" questions. If you have door casing or trim around the door, you would want the door to clear the trim and baseboards. The mounting hardware would be attached to the header of the door trim. The distance from the wall would be slightly more than the thickness of the door trim. If the trim has a decorative design, it might not be suitable for attaching the hardware. Then you have a couple of options. You can get extension mounting brackets that would allow you to mount them to the wall above the trim and into the studs in the wall. The other way is to use a 1x3 or a1x4 6 ft long to mount the brackets to. This allows you to space the brackets any way you want to. The 1x3 would give you at least 3/4 inch which should clear the switches. The other consideration is the length of the door. If you're building the door you can make it any length. Using a standard door would require some calculations. Since it's a pantry, a larger gap at the bottom might not be a problem.
Is there an option for a ceiling bracket in lieu of a wall bracket? I'm installing this door for an 'under the stairs' storage area, and will need a few wall brackets directly above the door opening, but will need ceiling brackets above the handrail to the stairs. I wish I could post pictures to describe this better. When the door slides open, it will essentially 'hide' the open staircase and the railing and balusters. There is not enough wall space above this to hang wall brackets, so I was planning on hanging something on the ceiling plate directly above the railing. Worst case, I could use some flat iron stock and bend a 90 degree angle into that, and just bolt the wall brackets to that and screw that to the ceiling plate, but if something is already available, that might be easier.
Joseph P. S on Dec 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: don't think there is a bracket available to mount to the ceiling. I think your idea of making a piece to attach the wall brackets to would be the way to go. I would suggest that you add another piece at an angle to keep it from flexing. You would probably need to make 2 to support the weight of the door. The other thought was to look at a heavy duty shelf bracket to mount the wall bracket to if you can find one that comes down far enough to use. I think it's a great idea for the under the stairs storage
What is the top clearance for the rolling hinge? I only have 3.5 inches from ceiling to window
Michelle W on Jun 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Top of rod to top of carrier is 2.5 inches
I seemed to have miss placed the floor guides and stoppers for my barn door item #56563. Can I order theses items and have them shipped to me?
Greg F on Oct 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Greg
I think you can. I would call Rockler. They can give you the information about the manufacturer that you should be able to deal with directly. I don't remember if the instructions that came with the door hardware had support info. You might check. Good luck