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Youngdale 1/4" Overlay Self Closing Knife Hinge For 1/2" Minimum Thickness Door Antique Brass


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  • Full 180 opening
  • Vertical and horizontal adjustment. Single pivot point.
  • Durable and quiet nylon roller. Lifetime warranty.
  • Hinges come with 8 - 6 x 5'8" pan head screws per pair.
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Youngdale 1/4" Overlay Self Closing Knife Hinge For 1/2" Minimum Thickness Door Antique Brass + Youngdale #4 3/8" Inset Self Closing Knife Hinge For 3/4" Minimum Thickness Door Antique Brass Finish
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The Youngdale hinge is considered among the best concealed hinges made in America today - and has been featured in award-winning kitchens and top quality cabinet productions from several leading manufacturers. 9/32" saw cut with a 6 -1/2" dado

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Part Number Y3AB
Item model numberY3AB
  
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Best Sellers Rank #35,692 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableFebruary 13, 2005
  
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mike Mehrer on October 18, 2006
I have used these hinges on many doors, both inset and overlay, for cabinets and furniture and had no failures. A slot must be cut in the door that is 25/32" deep and 9/16" long. Therefore if you are using a frame and panel door the stile should be at least 2" wide for strength and to hide the hinge for glass insets. I have used them on 1-1/2" stiles and had no failures but I am uneasy about weakening the stile so much at the slot on a 3/4" door. Thicker doors will provide more strength. I have cut the slots on a table saw (overlay) and hand chopped them for more control on 3/8's inset doors with 1/1/2" stiles. Youngdale has some installation tools on it's website that seem to have been developed by cabinet shops. In spite of my concerns about strength I continue to use them because of relatively low cost and low external profile. However, I suspect I will switch to euro hinges in the future for frame and panel doors if I can find them at the right price.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Weir on June 21, 2013
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The cabinet door under my kitchen sink had both left hinges rusted and one broke. I had a heck of a time trying to figure out which hinge I needed. After intense Internet lookup, I chose these and they worked out fine. The originals were Youngdale as well but made slightly different then these.
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These hinges are better than the ones that were on the cabinets. The old hinges were partly plastic and would break. The Youngsdale hinges are a much better quality for they all metal and will not break.
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