Really no need to. I put the front doors on each mount first with the interior side of the door against the wall and then the rear doors on next. The arm rest of the rear door acts as a pad against the painted portion of the front door plus I just gently put them on so as to be careful that the paint is not damaged. I suppose you could place a moving blanket in between the 2 doors but I haven't really felt the need and honestly I'm really anal about these things so........I like this solution a lot. Do you put some padding between them to avoid scratches?
It doubles as a Jameson fridge, cake fridge, deer processing fridge. It's awesome.Now that's a beer fridge
Trust me you don't want the headache. This is what happens in Alabama when you buy too many project vehicles you wind up with too much extra junk to the point where you can't even walk into your own building. Carport is filled up as well. Got married had kids and you can see I never got time to finish the back half of my blue building. Looks like alot of junk around but it's redneck paradise in Alabama
This is one end/corner of the garage/shop. The amp, drums and piano are there but the silver burst is in her case.In your garage? Pictures or it doesn’t exist!