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This pair of shutter hinges from Renovator’s Supply is the perfect Old Colonial detail for your windows. They fight rust with our proprietary RSF finish for a long, smooth-opening life.
- Old Colonial style hinges give your home that authentic feel
- Reversible strap hinge
- Rustproof RSF finish for long life
- Affordably update shutters
- Mounting hardware included
- Three Configuration Options:
- OPTION A: Top and bottom shutter hinge pair
- OPTION B: Top Left shutter and top right shutter hinge pair
- OPTION C: Bottom Left shutter and top right shutter hinge pair
- OVERALL: 6" High x 6-1/2" Wide
- PIN: 1-3/4” High x 1/4” Dia
- BACKPLATE: 4” High x 1-5/8” Wide
- 2 shutter hinges with mounting screws
Pack Of 6
NO SALES TAX outside Massachusetts
WORLDWIDE shipping at your convenience
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This vendor had best pricing I found. Overall good product for my needs. Some of the predrilled holes needed enlargement. Even the included screws were too large for those holes. The included screws while we are at it are complete junk. They are too soft and easy to strip/shear not to mention quick to rust. Purchased replacement screws separately.
I bought three sets of these (enough for three windows). Two were without issues, but one set had one hinge that couldn't be used at all without being modified because the pintle (the male part) could not fit into the gudgeon (the female part). And this wasn't just by a little, but by a lot. I had to drill out the female part to its proper size and I had to do it in steps using three drill bits of increasing sizes because the drill (very strong otherwise) didn't have enough power to do the final size all in one go - that's how undersized the hole was. So just be prepared for an occasional issue that requires modification. Otherwise they're great, thick metal, sturdy, not expensive, I'd definitely buy them again.
I like everything about these hinges- thick sturdy iron straps and welded components. Standard straight slotted heads on screws are a nice touch for appearance, and don’t strip out easily. Black paint coating is thick and didn’t flake or chip during installation.
Product is wrought iron and perfect for replacing worn and rusted shutter hinges.
Great product! Fast customer service.
Who uses Straight Slot Screws anymore? Would have been a much easier install if it wasn't for the screws.
Easy to install, good quality
These are going to look amazing on the shutters. What a great price, fast shipping. Thank you
Good quality. I used them as cabinet door hinges. Had to recess the mounting side so door can close flush.
Great hinges for shutters
The holes in the hardware could be larger to accommodate a larger screw with a Phillips screw head .the screws are poor quality as the screw head breaks off very easily.Slotted screw heads are no longer desirable in 2021
Two arrived broken and they chip and flake paint easily. Low quality iron. This is the same with their other products as well from the same seller. Shutter dogs are flimsy and the included bolts snap off easily. Also the screws are useless and flathead only.
They worked ok, but they shorted me some screws. Odd, because they came well packaged. And the screws are straight slot screws. I hate straight slot screws. It’s too early to tell whether they’ll rust or not. I used them on two sets of small, outdoor gates. They look great!
Really good product . Inexpensive and they work great. Only complaint...using flat head screws instead of phillips head with a drill and screwdriver bit will drive you crazy. Bit slips out every turn. Phillips head would have been 100 times smarter.
I bought several of these for a shutter project the common-law had on my list. I generally trash all of the hardware (screws, nuts, etc.) that come standard with parts like this and replace them with square drive hardware, mainly because the hardware is too soft and I end up frustrated with a handful of stripped fasteners. Not so here!The hardware here is top notch and while I hand drove every screw, I'm confident that I could uninstall and re-install several times before replacement screws would be required. How do I know? Well, I had to uninstall and re-install several screws do a slight miscalculation with no ill effect.I built my shutters out of treated deck boards rather than regular 1x treated pine, so we're talking right about 5/4" thickness rather than 3/4 thickness. Point here is they weigh way more than I intended, so I ended up using six of these mounts per pair of shutters (three per shutter). In hindsight, two mounts would be more than enough.So, order confidently.