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    Options for concealed hinges on 3/8" inset cabinet doors.

    Hello all,

    I stumbled on this site while searching for replacement hinges for my old 3/8" inset cabinet doors, it's good to see someplace like this dedicated to the local community!

    Regardless, I'm trying to update the hinges on my old 3/8" inset kitchen cabinets and I really wanted to use the euro style hinges, but there does not seem to be a cost effective way to do so. All I could find were these at $25 per pair... no thanks:

    http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?p...gn=GoogleLocal

    I have found the following Knife hinge from Youngdale that looks promising and they are only $3 per set:

    http://www.youngdale.com/Hinges.html

    These look good, but I've never worked with a Knife Hinge before so I'm a bit apprehensive...

    Are there any other options out there?

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    Re: Options for concealed hinges on 3/8" inset cabinet doors.

    Although I don't have an answer to your question, I would like to take the time to welcome you to the site & ask that you spend a few minutes posting a thread in our 'Who We Are' Forum telling us about yourself. We'd like to know!
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    Re: Options for concealed hinges on 3/8" inset cabinet doors.

    Clarke,

    Contact the Wurth Group in Charlotte and get a price on the European style hinge. It should be a lot better. And please follow up on the suggestion from Dennis.

    Bob

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    Re: Options for concealed hinges on 3/8" inset cabinet doors.

    Try these from My Home Hardware. I odered some but haven't used them yet: http://www.myhomehardware.com/servle...ges/Categories

    At less than $1/hinge, I thought I would give them a try.

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    Re: Options for concealed hinges on 3/8" inset cabinet doors.

    I steer clear of ordering hinges from Rockler. Not because of quality, but because of price. I would definitely call Wurth group to see what they have. If they have nothing, try calling/contacting www.wwhardware.com. They have a good variety and a large selection.

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