I would pick up the wide overhead door weather strips. i believe they come in a roll. If the bottom of the door has nothing, you can get them in the 8,14, and i believe 16 footers. Adjust the doors so that they are set in the opening centered, and it should be near vertical in the opening, if yours are not. The door, when it is setting about half Way up, it should stay without closing, or going up all the way. adjust all panels that are sitting on top of each other, when the door is down. All the gaps should be adjusted out. now, you can put the door weather strips up, so they are nice and with a little pressure on the doors. if to tight, the door will bind. after moving about 8 inches up, the pressure should be almost off. Remember, the door is straight, but it moves in as it goes up. I am sure i forgot something that others will remember to tell you, Hope it helps. Welcome Alan, and would you add your name and where your from on your profile. thanks
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Last edited by dutchman 46; 12-15-2009 at 09:39 AM.