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A slang term for a large amount of money, especially cash.
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2 1x4 x 12' pine roof boards 16 3' x 80" exterior solid-core door 2 2' 8" x 80" exterior solid-core door 1 36" x 80" louvered bifold door (cupola vent) 1 36" x 52" (frame size) window 1 1x6 x 8' No.
Adding carpet or changing to a thicker pile may cause the bottom of a bifold door to scrape and bind along the floor.
1 Remove the bifold door and pull the top pivot from the top edge.
Photo: At kitchen end, bifold doors open to hingedcounter, here locked in upright position
Photo: Bifold doors latch with 1/2-inchdowels at top and bottom of hinged center (above) as well as along sides; this prevents buckling, provides snug closure.
We chose hinged double doors for our closet because they're sturdier and less troublesome than bifold doors.
Matching other cabinets and extending along one wall, a 6-foot-high enclosure frames the refrigerator, oven, pantry, and--at the far end behind bifold doors-- a washer and dryer.
Like a car that needs new spark plugs, bifold doors tend to run a little ragged after a few hundred uses.
But since the door, which leads to the rear entry and basement, was an original in the 1926 house, owners Louise and Katsu Hirasawa decided to save both it and floor space by turning the door into a bifold.
If your bifold closet door wobbles or jerks as you open it, the problem might be a loose jamb bracket at the base of the door.