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Bypass Barn Door Hardware Configurations

Barn Door Hardware is typically thought of as a sliding door in front of an opening. However, there are many other configurations or layouts that can be accomplished with barn door hardware.

Bypass Configurations include multiple doors where at some point the doors pass in front of each other. Listed below each configuration is all the hardware pieces that are needed. T represents the floor mounted T-guide location while J represents the J-guide location on door in the back.

*J-Guides are included in ByPass Hardware Packages


2 Door System Clear Opening

Hardware needed for this configuration:

  • 1 Standard Hardware Pack
  • 1 Track 2 times the door width
  • ByPass Hardware Pack
  • 1 Track 3 times the door OR 2 Tracks that equal 3 times the door with a connection plate
  • Wall mounting kit
  • Bypass spacer kit(s)

4 Door System Clear Opening

Hardware needed for this configuration:

  • 2 Standard Hardware Pack
  • 2 Track 2 times the door width
  • 2 ByPass Hardware Pack
  • 2 or 4 Tracks that equal 3 times the door with a connection plate
  • Wall mounting kit
  • ByPass spacer kit(s)

2 Door System Pass Thru Opening

Hardware needed for this configuration:

  • 1 Standard Hardware Pack
  • 1 ByPass Hardware Pack
  • 2 Track 2 times the door width
  • 1 T-Guide extra
  • ByPass Spacer kit

3 Door System Pass Thru Opening

Hardware needed for this configuration:

  • 2 Standard Hardware Packs
  • 1 ByPass Hardware Packs
  • 2 Tracks 3 times the door width
  • 2 Connecting plates
  • 1 Wall Mounting Kit
  • 2 T-Guides extra
  • ByPass Spacer kits

4 Door System Pass Thru Opening

Hardware needed for this configuration:

  • 2 Standard Hardware Packs
  • 2 ByPass Hardware Packs
  • 4 Tracks 2 times the door width
  • 2 T-Guides extra
  • ByPass Spacer kits

Please click here for more information on Bypass layouts.

Please click here for installation of the Bypass layouts.


Updated on May 14, 2021

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