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No Mortise Hinges For Full Size Doors
    No Mortise Hinges For Full Size Doors
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    No Mortise Hinges For Full Size Doors

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      Overview

      • 1-3/4" Door Hinge, the outside leaf measures 4" tall x 1-7/8" wide not includuing the barrel and the inside leaf measures 2-1/2" tall x 1-1/4" wide not including the barrel.
      • 1-3/8" Door Hinge, the outside leaf measures 4" tall x 1-1/2" wide not including the barrel and the inside leaf measures 2-1/2" tall x 1" wide not including the barrel.
      • Ball bearing no-mortise hinge.
      • This hinge does not require mortising of the door or the frame.
      • After installation there will be only a 3/32" gap between the door and frame.
      • The ball bearings are made of stainless steel.
      • There is a small hole in the bottom hinge pin cap. The hinge pin can be removed by driving it out with a drive pin punch, or in a pinch... use a nail.
      • Raceways are sealed so ball bearings will not deploy when hinge pin is removed.

      Specs

      Oil Rubbed Bronze
      Steel
      1 - 3/8" or 1 - 3/4"
      Reversible
      4"
      3/32"
      Yes
      Eight #8 matching wood screws
      Prop 65 Warning

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      2 Questions asked about No Mortise Hinges For Full Size Doors

      Q scott • 08/21/2018, 7:30:51 AM can these hinges be placed on the inside of a closet door so they are not visible from the outside of the door for a "hidden" looking door
      A 08/21/2018, 11:16:39 AM Hi Scott! You can install these so the barrel of the hinges will be facing inwards and not visible from the outside. The door will just swing into the closet.
      Q Stephen J Revalski • 10/31/2018, 6:45:25 AM Can SKU C10666 be used on a 36 x 80 exterior door? What do you consider full size?
      A 10/31/2018, 9:55:25 AM Hi Stephen! That would be considered a full size door, yes.