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Truth Concealed Casement Hinges
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    Truth Concealed Casement Hinges

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      Product Name Qty
      Truth Concealed Casement Hinges, Egress SKU# 997066 $29.97
      Concealed Casement Hinge, 10" Track, Non-Egress SKU# 800236 $16.97
      Concealed Casement Hinge, 13" Track, Non-Egress SKU# 800235 $27.67

      Overview

      • Smooth gliding delrin shoes.
      • 90 degree stop.
      • Stainless steel tracks.
      • Steel base material.
      • The "Arm Length" refers to the length of the arm that pivots and attaches to the window sash.
      • Screws are not included. The quantity of screws required per hinge is listed below. 

      10" Egress (Truth 14.77.00)

      • Allows the window to open wide enough for emergency exit.\
      • 7.70" Arm length
      • Uses 16 #7 screws per pair
      10" Non-Egress (Truth 14.75.00)
      • 7.70" Arm length
      • Uses 14 #7 screws per pair
      13" Non-Egress (Truth 14.97.00)
      • 7.39" Arm length
      • Uses 16 #7 screws per pair.

      Specs

      Amesbury Truth
      Casement Windows
      No
      #7 x 3/4" Flat Head Screws

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      Product Questions


      2 Questions asked about Truth Concealed Casement Hinges

      Q John F. Wilson III • 02/16/2018, 12:13:38 PM Do you have to specify a left or right hand operation
      A 02/17/2018, 10:19:34 AM Nope! These hinges are reversible.
      Q Larry VonderHaar • 02/26/2018, 8:31:40 AM May I purchase just the lower hinge, 14.77.00, and the pair?
      A 02/26/2018, 3:01:22 PM Hello Larry, I'm sorry but we sell these hinges by the pair only. Also, many times you will find that older existing hinges have become worn, and do not open or close as easily as new hinges and for that reason, we feel it's better to replace both upper and lower hinges at the same time. This way the window opens with equal force distributed between both hinges and keeps the window from racking when cycled, which adds longevity to the window itself.