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Door size for 32-7/8" door frame

You'll get a much better end result if you install a pre-hung door. Remove all the existing casings and jamb. If you remove the casings carefully, you can reuse them. After removing the casings and ...
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Door size for 32-7/8" door frame

You are correct about the 34" door. To trim one down, it would need to finish out at about 32 5/8" to fill the jamb properly, actually 32 11/16" at the widest but anyway... you will not ...
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Door size for 32-7/8" door frame

Add a 3/4 inch piece of wood to one side, which will reduce the width to 32 1/8. A 32 inch door would fit nicely.
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Fix rotten bottom of doorframe

You have a couple of options. If the threshold is in good condition, you can use a multitool to cut out the sections and replace it with new wood. Alternatively, remove the existing rotted wood and ...
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How do I fix a metal storm door that is too low on its hinges?

That gap, is most likely wear and tear from the two bearing surfaces rubbing. Now if the whole door was shown you'll see an equal gap on the upper/middle hinges. The fix is quite simple. remove the ...
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How do I fix a metal storm door that is too low on its hinges?

Your hinges are mounted on an adjustable hinge bar. The piece that is highlighted in yellow, to which the door hinges are attached, can be unscrewed and adjusted in both X and Y directions, so the ...
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How do I fix a metal storm door that is too low on its hinges?

Assuming your door is only hinged on that side, it looks like simply unscrewing it and raising it 1/2" (or whatever the gap is) may do you. Now, that may leave a gap at the bottom, but it's a ...
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