- These hinges are for 5/8" partial inset doors on face frame cabinets. This inset size was common in the 1950s and 1960s.
- Partial inset doors have a cutout (rabbet) on the edge of the door. The cutout measures 3/8" in the lip direction and 5/8" in the inset direction. The lip is the part of the door that overlays the cabinet face frame. The inset is the part of the door that fits into the cabinet opening.
- Cabinet doors using these hinges will need a catch to keep the door closed tight against the cabinet opening.
- The center to center screw hole dimension for the hinge lead that mounts on the face frame is 2-1/8"
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|Mounting Hardware Included||Yes|
|Mounting Hardware Type||Matching wood screws|
|California Residents||Prop 65 Warning|
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3 Questions asked about 5/8" Partial Inset Cabinet Hinge
Q Phyllis Shepard • 01/23/2018, 3:05:23 PM What size is the hinge? I know the inset is 5/8 inch which is what I need but what is the actual size of the hinge?
A 01/24/2018, 10:53:01 AM This hinge measures 2" across. The size of the plate that attaches to the back of the door is 1-1/2" H x 1-1/4" W
Q Jessica • 02/13/2018, 7:04:15 PM Iím trying to put an order in for the 5/8" Partial Inset Cabinet Hinge, but itís not letting me add it to my cart. How can I put an order in?
A 02/14/2018, 10:11:17 AM Hi Jessica! I'm sorry you're experiencing trouble. Make sure you are selecting a finish before hitting the Add to Cart button. If that doesn't work, try a different internet browser or give us a call. 1-877-944-6437
Q Hector Partida • 03/04/2018, 4:50:09 PM Is it possible to get a side view of this hinge? I think itís the one I need but not sure
A 03/05/2018, 2:56:47 PM Unfortunately that is the only photo we have of that hinge. As long as the lip measures 3/8", and the inset measures 5/8" on the back of the door, this hinge will work for you. Screw holes may have to be redone.