Introduction

Why the aluminum door chocks on aluminum doors look a little odd

When you’re a homeowner, there’s a very important consideration when installing aluminum doors: whether they’ll fit.

When you need to move some heavy stuff around, it’s good to make sure you’re not moving it too much.

The metal chocks are just the kind of thing you want in place, because you’re putting something heavy in the way of the hinges.

You can see from the picture above how the aluminum doors chock a little bit higher than they should.

That makes the doors feel more like they’re floating in the air.

However, if you’re going to use them to move heavy things around, you may want to put a little more weight on them, or put some of the weight on the hinges so they won’t feel so heavy that they’re knocking you over when you’re standing still.

The aluminum chocks can make this problem even worse.

The lower the weight, the less likely they are to lock in place when you move things around.

Aluminum doors on the other hand, are very strong, so you want them to be sturdy.

So if you want to use the aluminum chock as a door hinge, you need it to be strong enough that it won’t knock over when it’s opened.

Here’s how to build a door chocker for an aluminum door.

First, you’ll need a piece of wood.

Wood has a nice, smooth, rounded shape, which is why it makes great door chokers.

If you’re like me, you probably like your doors with a little rounded edge.

So, you want your door chocking piece to have a little less rounded edge than your door itself.

To make the door chucker, you start by laying the wood out flat.

Then, you cut out the piece of lumber that will form the chock.

This will be the lower half of the piece, and you’ll then cut out two pieces of wood to form the door.

Then you can make the chocking hinge.

The hinge pieces will be about an inch wide, which means that you need a long piece of scrap lumber to make the hinge.

For this hinge, I used a piece that I bought at Home Depot.

(I’m also using a small piece of cardboard to make a template.)

Once you’ve got your hinge pieces, you will need to cut them into pieces of approximately the same width as your chock piece.

I used two pieces, but you can cut more or less to make your own.

After you’ve cut the pieces, drill holes for the chocks, and drill some holes in the bottom of the hinge pieces.

Next, you’re gonna drill holes in each hinge piece so that they’ll attach to the bottom.

Drill the holes through the bottom and up the other side of the pieces.

You’re also going to make four holes in your chocks.

One of the holes will be a little higher than the other two, so it’s important that you make a good fit.

After all four holes are drilled, you can then attach the hinge piece to the door by drilling through the lower hinge piece.

Now, you are going to attach the hinges to the hinges by drilling two holes through each hinge and into the hinges themselves.

You’ll drill the holes with a bit of a drill bit, but make sure to drill them all the way through, so that the screws don’t slip out when you slide them in.

Now that you’ve attached the hinges, you should have a nice tight fit.

The easiest way to attach hinges to door chokes is to use a pair of pliers to pull the hinges off the hinges and onto the door, and then pull the hinge out of the choke by sliding the hinges into the chokes.

If your door is made from hardwood, you might want to try this method first, as the hinges are more durable and strong than those made from other types of wood (and they don’t rust like other hardwood hinges).

To attach the chocker to the hinge, pull the choker down on the hinge and then back up.

The hinges should then come out of their chocks and attach to your door.

It may be easier to just take the hinge off the door and pull it off the chokestock, but it’s also easier to drill the choks if you use pliers or something else that can hold the hinge in place.

Once your chokes are attached, you have a pretty neat door choker.

If all goes well, you’ve finished the door opening, and the hinges have locked in place with no damage.

The only thing you need now is to install the door shutters.

Now you can lock your door securely with your door opener, and your doors will be secure and look great.