Everyone, I've been looking/thinking over this problem for 5 years now and still I can't figure out how to correct this situation. Here goes! Two car garage, two craftsman openers, limited space, doors raise 5'10" max with opener, disconnect opener can raise all the way (6'+). The garage ceiling is approximately 7', the opener's backside's (housings) are mounted flush against cold air return ducts, hence no way to lengthen the travel to facilitate more lift area. When the openers are engaged the transom retracts fully to the motor/light housing and the J/L shaped bracket mounted to the door is at the minimal length possible yet still allowing for the door to close all the way.
I've thought about using a straight bracket, or even inverting the J/L bracket, but eyeballing the situation it does not appear that this would work let alone provide anymore headroom. Any thoughts, besides relocating the cold-air returns/relocating myself (and S/O), or extending the garage??? Wick P.S. My doctor say one more head-on with the door(s) and I'll wind up posting on the Furniture Guys website, if they have one (Doc says I won't be able to tell if they do or not).