Door buck

Door buck

A metal or wood surface set in a wall, to which the finished frame is attached.

door buck

A wood or metal subframe, set in a wall, to which the finished frame is attached; also called a rough buck or sub-buck.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
steel door with one 5" x 20" vision panel installed; 3~-0" x 7~-0" RH metal door buck with 4 7/8" throat; three (3) 4" brushed chrome ball bearing hinges, 3 hinges per box and three (3) brush chrome concave door stops.
16 TIGHTEN a couple of handscrew clamps on the bottom of a door for a cheap, quick door buck (door holder-upper) for chiseling in door hinges or working on an edge.
It came about by adding extensions to the window and door bucks that were commonly being used with load-bearing buildings so that they could serve as the structural supports in combination with 4x4 posts at the corners.
Stack bales (laid fiat), overlapping the joints, starting at corners and door bucks.