1. I am not responsible for any damage you inflict on your door, surrounding area, or yourself while following this instructable.
2. This works because most doors have a space between the top of the door and the frame. This allows the D-links to fold and unfold on themselves as the door opens and closes. If your door is not made this way this may not work, so check before you drill any holes.
Step 1: Materials and Costs
Package of D-rings from Wal-Mart- $1.79
Package of J-hooks from Wal-Mart- $1.29
Dowel from Wal-Mart (I chose the thickness that was big enough it wouldn't buckle)- $2.49
Drill bit for pilot holes
Phillips bit head
Step 2: Prepare the Dowel
I then cut the dowel to that length with a hand saw.
Next I drilled pilot holes for the j-hooks. I did them about 8inches from each side of the dowel.
Once the holes are drilled screw the j-hooks in by hand. Make sure that at the end they face the same direction.
Step 3: Door Frame
Next I held the D-ring up with the ring hanging along the penciled line, and the part with the hole facing toward the door. Then mark with the pencil inside of the hole on the door track.
Next drill a pilot hole in the door track for each d-ring. Then install the d-rings.