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6 x 4.5 Inch Olive Knuckle Hinges for Full Size Doors
Product Information & Specifications
- Heavy weight ball bearing Olive Knuckle Hinges for Full Size Doors.
- For doors that are 2" to 2-1/8" thick and up to 42" in width.
- Use 3 hinges for doors up to 7 feet in height and 1 additional hinge for every additional 1.5 feet in height. For example, on an 8 foot tall door use 4 hinges, on a 10 foot tall door use 5 hinges.
- Olive Knuckle Hinges offer a unique alternative to using plain butt hinges. They are decorative and beautiful hinges. When the door is in the closed position, only the single "hinge knuckle" is visible. A door installed with Olive Knuckle hinges can be "lifted" off the door frame without removing hinge pins or hinge screws (can only be lifted off when the door is in the open position).
- Hinge height is approximately 6". Hinge width (in the open position as shown in the photo) is 4.5".
- Ball bearing hinge made from solid brass material.
- Available in 6 different finishes.
- Hinges are sold and priced by the each. You would normally order 3 hinges for doors up to 84" tall.
- IMPORTANT HANDING INFORMATION: Please read carefully. If you have questions, please email us before ordering.
- Olive Knuckle Hinges are "handed" hinges. They come in a left or a right hand hinge. Please carefully study the handing information before ordering. Hinge shown in the image is a "Left hand" hinge.
- Click on link below to determine the handing of your door.
- For a "Left Hand" door, use "Left Hand" hinges.
- For a "Right Hand Reverse" door, use "Left Hand" hinges.
- For a "Right Hand" door, use "Right Hand" hinges.
- For a "Left Hand Reverse" door, use "Right Hand" hinges.
- Olive Knuckle hinges are designed to be installed as "Full Mortise" hinges (into cutouts in the edge of the door and door frame). They cannot be installed as surface mounted hinges.
- Matching wood screws are included.
- PLEASE NOTE; dimensions are approximate. These hinges are not built to a template. The dimensions will vary slightly between hinges. You are strongly advised not to cut mortises for your hinges before you have them "in hand". Once you have your hinges "in hand" your mortises should be measured and cut individually for each hinge.
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