- Ball bearing hinges are recommended for heavier doors, doors over 2" thick, doors over 40" wide, or doors which use a door closer.
- Permanently lubricated ball bearings.
- Solid brass base material, stainless steel pin.
- Note: These solid brass ball bearing hinges contain ball bearings and the bearing raceway that will eventually rust if subjected to harsh weather conditions (especially marine weather and salt air conditions).
|Mounting Hardware Included||Yes|
|Mounting Hardware Type||Matching wood screws and machine screws|
|California Residents||Prop 65 Warning|
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Q Steve Baum • 02/05/2018, 3:14:52 PM What is the plate thickness of these hinges. The spec sheet pdf does not provide that information. Big box store cheap hinges are 3/16" and older hinges are 1/8" thick. I am replacing older hinges, so I need 1/8" thick plate hinges. If they are not 1/8", then the existing mortis, would be 1/32" too deep.
A 02/05/2018, 3:56:33 PM Hello Steve, This architectural grade hinge in a 4"x4" has a leaf thickness of .130" (1/8" is .125") and typically you will find two grades of door hinges: Architectural and Residential. As a rule of thumb, a 4x4 architectural grade hinge has a leaf thickness of .130" and a residential 4x4 hinge has a leaf thickness of .90" See this link for specs on the other sizes shown on this page: https://www.hardwaresource.com/selecting-full-sized-door-hinges
Q Carolina Guillen • 11/07/2020, 5:27:40 PM What size screws are used for this thing?
A 11/09/2020, 8:37:49 AM The screw size will depend on the size of the hinge you are ordering. See our chart below. https://www.hardwaresource.com/resources/selecting-full-sized-door-hinges/