door! I'm at my bothers place. He works at mt st helens keeping all their stuff working. Best place to be with this door!
The door is off and the curve is pretty close - certainly close enough for me. So we (read my brother roger when I say we) checked the body.
After removing the floor base metal that tucks around floor edge we found fiberglassed base on the bottom, then 1/2 inch wood leveling, then on top of that 3/4 inch wood on top of that and then a floating floor at the top to walk on.
That was okay, but they left the stuff on top of the fiberglassed piece an inch too wide at the door. That was the problem. When we got all of that out of the way the door fit pretty good.
I guess the person installing that door couldn't figure out what had gone wrong because new holes were drilled to hang the door - so close to the old holes they slipped. Roger's fix was the tube epoxy that mixes in the application tube. Rog shot that into the holes to solidify the space between the inside and outside fiberglass sheets and to give us something to screw into.
Now we have removed the lock and are fiberglassing the breaks at the door jam that broke with the misalignment. Back to work now that the first layer of fiberglass is dry.