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Model 5020A51

Internet #202088367

Store SKU #526678

Number-1 Hinge for Garage Doors

$4.49 / each
If you buy 4 or more
$4.18 / each

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The Everbilt Number-1 Hinge for Garage Doors is made of galvanized steel and accepts 7/16 in. diameter roller shafts. It is designed to connect together the 1st and 2nd panel of a sectional garage door.

  • Designed to connect together the 1st and 2nd panel of a sectional garage door
  • Accepts 7/16 in. roller shafts
  • Made of galvanized steel for reliability
  • Includes all applicable installation hardware

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Do you start counting garage door panels from the top or bottom?

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On my door, the hinges are numbered from bottom to top.
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from the bottom. on my older garage door, the #1 hinge is between the bottom panel and the 2nd panel. then between 2nd and 3rd panel is a #2 hinge, and between the 3rd and 4th panel is a #3 hinge, then a #4 hinge between the 4th and 5th panel.
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What gauge of steel is this part?

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14 gauge
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The gauge of the steel is 15 with a nominal thickness of 0.07 inches.
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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Application or Product Fail? This is my third set of (2 hinges at a time) in the last 3 years for a 30+ year old single garage door in the center section (2nd and 3rd panel separation from the bottom). They last 9-12 months and then tear in two (horizontal) at or slightly above the second bolt/nut from the bottom (just next to hinge pivot). Home Depot folks have not been able to tell me if they think it is due to the garage door or the thinner metal from the Chinese mfg. All nuts tightened and rollers oiled and does not appear to bind/catch when opening and closing (with garage door operator) or when released and done manual. Anyone have this issue? February 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install. Quality looks to be good. A previous reviewer said these were poor quality. However, the one I bought looked a LOT sturdier than the hinge I was replacing. (Metal was a lot thicker). It will probably last for years (the cheaper looking one I replaced lasted for 15 years), so I can't comment on the long term reliability. Hint: Before you buy one, check the number (1,2,or 3) stamped on the hinge so you get the right one March 29, 2015
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