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Small Pivot Hinge for Inset Doors
    Small Pivot Hinge for Inset Doors
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    Small Pivot Hinge for Inset Doors

    $3.00 Pair Mounting Hardware Not Included
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      Overview

      • Concealed pivot hinge for Inset doors
      • Die-cast mounting plate makes for easy installation and easy removal
      • Mortising of the door and side panel is not necessary, simply drill a 3/8" hole for the plastic pivot bushing
      • The hinge is adjustable, 3/16" side-to-side and 1/8" front to back
      • This hinge is sold by the pair and is not handed. A pair is what is needed to hang one door.

      Specs

      Nickel
      Steel
      No
      Four #4 Pan Head Screws
      Prop 65 Warning

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      5 Questions asked about Small Pivot Hinge for Inset Doors

      Q Ned • 02/06/2018, 7:19:55 AM I'm trying to replace a broken hinge on a bathroom medicine cabinet door. My door consist of 1/8" mirror to be glued to the 5/32" composite backing (cardboard or some other cheap material). Will this hinge work for this arrangement? If not, what do you have that would work or do you have a any other suggestions?
      A 02/06/2018, 10:47:30 AM This hinge is commonly used on applications like that. As long as you can mortise the hole for the pivots to sit into, you should be fine using this hinge.
      Q Johnathan Morgans • 06/27/2018, 5:55:02 PM I need a small pivot hinge. What is the size of this one?
      A 06/28/2018, 8:40:11 AM This pivot hinge requires a 3/8" hole for the plastic pivot bushing.
      Q Carl • 09/02/2018, 8:56:12 AM How do these pivot hinges attach to the door? I have a medicine cabinet door with a mirror that is approximately 1/4 inch thick. Will these work?
      A 09/04/2018, 10:02:26 AM They are designed for thin doors, and should be able to work on that door thickness, the hinge will mount in a small hole at the top and bottom of the frame, and then it will have small screws that go into the door in the back also up at the to and bottom. See below for a better look from the mfg's site. https://www.selbyhardware.com/flush-door-removable-concealed-pivot-hinge/?F_Keyword=H704U
      Q edward clausell • 10/17/2018, 1:57:01 PM I bought the hinge above from you but it is 3/4 inch deep. My hinge is 1/2 inch deep. Do you have a hinge just like this one that is 1/2 inch deep (elbow to end of pivot)?
      A 10/18/2018, 8:32:32 AM Edward, We dont carry one that is a 1/2" deep, but these two here are smaller than 1/2", perhaps you can get one of them to work; https://www.hardwaresource.com/wood-door-pivot-hinge-13-16.html https://www.hardwaresource.com/woods-doors-pivots-hinges-25-32-inches-2.html
      Q Tracey Fowler • 11/26/2018, 1:55:19 PM On the small pivot hinge for inset doors/SKU#286446, what are the dimensions from the center of the pivot to the 90 degree angle? And also what is the inside dimensions of the mounting plate?
      A 11/26/2018, 5:01:42 PM Hi Tracey! From the center of the pivot to the back plate is 5/16" and the dimensions of the mounting plate is 7/8" wide by 3/4" tall.