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Wide leaf crossover doors

Description:

Large slab doors, which cross leaving a portion of the hangar open.

 

Pros and Cons:

If you only need half of the opening, left or right, then these are the doors for you. They are cheaper than multi slab doors and are easier to seal and insulate. But you need to move the whole door, whether you are moving a plane or a bicycle.

Wide Slab Doors

 

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