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20. What is the difference between the nine bypass models?

The differences are in the mirror framing, door construction, and hardware:

The 2200 is heavy-duty polished chrome mylar edging on a solid steel panel. Panel is available in Bright White or Ivory.  Also available as a 2250 with polished gold mylar edging.

The 4260 is a framed mirror with adjustable top L-Guides and jump-resistant bottom roller. Available in Bright White, Vanilla, Architectural Brown, Black, Arctic Silver, Satin Gold, and Bright Gold.

The 4050  is a framed mirror door with top hung single wheel rollers. Available in Bright White, Vanilla, Architectural Brown, Black, Arctic Silver, Satin Gold, and Bright Gold.

The 4760 is a frameless mirror door with adjustable top L-Guides and jump-resistant bottom roller. Available in Bright White, Vanilla, Architectural Brown, Black, Arctic Silver, Satin Gold, and Bright Gold.

The 2020 is a wide-stile steel framed mirror door with adjustable top L-Guides and jump-resistant bottom roller. Available in Bright White, Vanilla, Architectural Brown, Black, Arctic Silver, Satin Gold, and Bright Gold.

The 2007 is a frameless mirror door with top hung single wheel rollers. Available in Bright White, Vanilla, Architectural Brown, Black, Arctic Silver, Satin Gold, and Bright Gold.

The 7023 is an aluminum framed mirror door with adjustable top L-Guides and jump-resistant bottom roller. Available in Satin Brass, Bright Brass, Stain Chrome, and Bright Chrome.

The 4550 is a wide-stile aluminum framed mirror door with adjustable top L-Guides and jump-resistant bottom roller. Available in Satin Brass, Bright Brass, Stain Chrome, and Bright Chrome.

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