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We got 2 hinges in the one package for $15.99. Very pleased with the heavy duty durability. Installed on a weighty, custom bathroom stall door at our church.
Pete Kroll
· March 3, 2017
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Since it mounts on the outside, I don't think it matters what the door thickness is, does it? It mounts outside and the door swings out. Make sense?
Yoga Girl from Kohler
· June 21, 2017
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No
VSAL56
· February 10, 2020
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Not sure why they call these double acting, maybe because they close automatically? but they are not for saloon type doors. Search for saloon door hinge and plenty will show up on Amazon and you can see a clear difference.
Bellingham
· March 11, 2021
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I lost my pin as well and needed to adjust it. Anything that would fit in the hole would do, a super skinny nail, maybe even a coat hanger. It has to fit in the hole but also be sturdy/stiff enough to handle the tension. Hope that helps. Maybe contacting the manufacturer, if nothing else works.
Yoga Girl from Kohler
· September 8, 2019
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there is a brass ban or ring on the shaft of pin of the hinge that has holes where to place the pin. in the same brass ring there is as very small pin that can be pulled out when the tension is release by using the long pin
Fred T.
· February 7, 2019
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I never had to re-adjust in 6 years of use
PJL
· August 22, 2019
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I think it would work!
Lance Griese
· November 2, 2020
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Yes it opens well beyond 90 but not to 180 degrees. You may have to lessen the spring tension
Raymond McNally
· September 16, 2020
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Description says that they are screen door hinges, we used three on a heavier DIY screen door with no problems, the quality seemed pretty good, some are thin stamped metal. You can contact the manufacturer to see if they are rated according to weight. There are self-closing heavy duty hinges for regular doors here on A… see more Description says that they are screen door hinges, we used three on a heavier DIY screen door with no problems, the quality seemed pretty good, some are thin stamped metal. You can contact the manufacturer to see if they are rated according to weight. There are self-closing heavy duty hinges for regular doors here on Amazon. Nuk3Y is one of them. see less Description says that they are screen door hinges, we used three on a heavier DIY screen door with no problems, the quality seemed pretty good, some are thin stamped metal. You can contact the manufacturer to see if they are rated according to weight. There are self-closing heavy duty hinges for regular doors here on Amazon. Nuk3Y is one of them.
Bellingham
· August 23, 2020