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Residential Narrow Body Hinge 18 Gauge


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PART NUMBER: RS-300-10000

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Residential Narrow Body Hinge 18 Gauge

  • Top quality 18 Gauge (about the thickness of a dime) galvanized steel.
  • Used for Residential: Aluminum, Wood, and Steel applications.
  • Assorted hinge bracket hole combinations.
  • Look at your existing garage door hinge and find the number stamped on hinge to determine correct number size.
Compatible with: Most residential garage doors will have 18 gauge or 16 gauge hinges. However some of the higher quality garage doors will use 14 gauge hinges. Heavier wood residential garage doors usually use 14 gauge hinges. When replacing garage door hinges it is important to make sure you are ordering the right hinges. Usually all of the hinges in the center of the door are #1 hinges. The hinges on the edges of your garage door that hold the garage door rollers will be numbered. Usually the hinges between the bottom panel and the second panel will be #1 hinges. The hinges between the second and third panels will be # 2 hinges. The hinges between the third and fourth panels will be # 3 hinges and so on. When it comes time to replace your garage door hinges, it may also be a good idea to replace your rollers.

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  • I have a Wayne Dalton 16\' door. Hinge #3 on the left side of the door was broken and I replaced it with this hinge. It is narrower than the original (2.5\" versus 3\"). While changing out the rollers, I noticed the #3 hinge on the right side was cracked. I would assume that hinge wear at this position is heavier for some reason. Is this the correct replacement hinge or is there a more robust hinge that should be used? I would like to know before I order a replacement. If a stronger hinge is recommended, I would also replace the new one I just installed.

    If you are looking for a wider heavier duty hinges, you may want to look at these:
    http://www.waynedaltonparts.com/products/residential-wide-body-hinge-16-gauge
    https://www.waynedaltonparts.com/products/residential-wide-body-hinge-14-gauge
    Hinges vary within door models, so the best way to tell what you need is to compare it with what you already have.

  • What are the measurements for the Narrow hinges? I have a Filuma door (Wayne-Dalton) bought the Patten in the 1990\'s and need new hinges. Do you carry parts?

    These hinges are 2" wide and vary in length depending on the number. #1 hinge is approximately 7.75" in length. They increase slightly in size between the next numbers.

  • What are the dimensions of the Residential Narrow Body Hinge #1 (height x width x depth)? (My #1 hinges are ~2-1/4\" wide x 7-3/8\" long x 1-1/8\" deep)

    These hinges are 2" wide and vary in length depending on the number. #1 hinge is approximately 7.75" in length. They increase slightly in size between the next numbers.

  • I\'m looking for a hinge which is 2 inches wide. Is that this product?

    These hinges are 2" wide and vary in length depending on the number. #1 hinge is approximately 7.75" in length. They increase slightly in size between the next numbers.

  • What is the difference in the \"Size #\"? I couldn\'t find anything to correlate to it.

    These hinges are 2" wide and vary in length depending on the number. #1 hinge is approximately 7.75" in length. They increase slightly in size between the next numbers.

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