Door lining question

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snadge

ive realised that when i plasterboard the wall with the other door on in kitchen that the lining is gunna have to be replaced...as the board wont run flush to the lining - i was thinking I could add a 10x30mm piece of wood all way around for the board to run into and re-hang the door 10mm forward on the new bit of wood and move the stopper forward 10mm (or add more wood 10mm)

is this "adding strips of wood" a viable solution? or should i replace it with a bigger one? (if i can get one as the current is currently 140mm wide so would need 150mm)

thanks for the help guys
 
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See your other thread; multiple posting is not necessary, causes confusion & breaks forum rules.
 
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snadge

See your other thread; multiple posting is not necessary, causes confusion & breaks forum rules.

i know i got no replys originally on other one and someone suggested i tried the forum it should have been in so I did... sorry
 

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