- 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).
Polished Chrome / Polished Stainless Steel
|Mounting Hardware Included||Yes|
|Mounting Hardware Type||Matching wood screws and machine screws|
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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