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  1. We all know how much the lower unpegged on doors is almost an obligation but, should that flag be unchecked if the door track is a chain? Like, should the chains move alongside the door or should you still put Lower unpegged? Personally, I think it looks weird if you have the track moving alongside the door but, that's probably because I'm used to seeing/using doors that have the LU on way too much.

    However, I have no problems with the chains moving when they are attached to a lowering floor (or maybe lift). 


    What do you guys think?


    1. an_mutt


      Yeah, I've always thought that things like chains shouldn't be lower-unpegged. Same thing with lifts that seem to have a set bar that raises/lower the platform, so they move with it.