RSL Templar 22 x 48 Glass and Frame
RSL Templar 22 x 48 Glass and Frame

RSL Templar 22 x 48 Glass and Frame

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Your Price: $679.95
Retail Price:$784.95
Your Savings:$105.00(13%)
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Part Number:TE2248-P
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23 3/4" x 49 3/4" (plus or minus 1/4" will still work)
RSL Templar 22 x 48 Glass and Frame
Product Features
*Will fit on major brands i.e. Taylor, Perma Door, Stanley, Castlegate & Masonite
*Patina Caming
*Privacy Rating 7/10
*Granite, Clear Bevel, Glue Chip, Reeded Glass
*1" Insulated Glass
*Dry glaze seal
*Easy to paint frame
*Ease of assembly
*Fashion with Function
*Improved frame material performance "Won't yellow or warp"
Dimensions
*Outside of frame dimension 22 x 48 = 23 3/4" x 49 3/4"
*Glass Size = 22" x 48"

Includes
*1" Insulated Stained Glass
*Frame
*Screws
*Plugs
Door Prep
*Door cut opening for 22 x 48 is exactly - 23" x 49"
*Made to fit a 1 3/4" thick door
4 Stars
Mr.
Used to replace panels in Therma-Tru doors. RSL Panels received look just like image on website except there is no color in glass at all (had to check before buying). RSL panels look great and price to 2 is less than 1 from Therma-Tru. Fit exactly. Only complaint is screws shipped by RSL. RSL screws are threaded from tip to screw head and thus must "cut" through inner frame and then "seat" into outer frame and getting frame tight around glass slab can be very difficult with a hand screwdriver. A ratcheting screwdriver helps but most would not have hand strength to get inner frame tight against glass slab. RSL says use power drill with Phillips head bit but with plastic, I never risk ruining plastic with just one extra torque of drill. So, I used screws from old Therma-Tru panels to mount RSL. Therma-Tru screws are not threaded from tip to screw head and thus do not have to cut (friction) of inner frame. Getting inner frame tight against glass slab can be tough, especially in corners. If you have to use a drill with a bit, be careful to not over torque screw and strip plastic.
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