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Number-2 Hinge for Garage Doors

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

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Product Overview

The Everbilt Number-2 Hinge for Garage Doors is made of galvanized steel and accepts 7/16 in. diameter roller shafts. It is designed to connect together the 2nd and 3rd panel of a sectional garage door.

  • Used to connect together the 2nd and 3rd panel of a sectional garage door
  • Accepts 7/16 in. roller shafts
  • Made of galvanized steel for reliability
  • Includes installation hardware

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
0.5 
Product Height (in.) 
7.4 
Product Width (in.) 
3.7 

Details

Accessory Type 
HINGE 
Garage Door Part/Accessory Type 
Operating Hardware 
Product Weight (lb.) 
.64 lb 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
N/A 

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Which tube do I really use on the #2 and #3 hinge?

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Dayton, Ohio
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May 20, 2015
The instructions state to use the tube furthest from door.
The diagram shows roller going through tube nearest the door panel.
So which is correct?
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May 10, 2016
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Always to the tube farthest from the door. No disrespect intended, but the customer care answer isn't correct. The tube closest to the door is set as a #1 hinge, always. If your hinge is numbered 2 or higher, then always use the tube farthest from the door.
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May 21, 2015
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We apologize for the confusion. The image is correct. The tube to use is CLOSEST to the door.
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Stuart
MAT Customer Care
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What is the difference in a Number-2 hinge versus a Number-3 hinge?

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The vertical track on the sides of the garage door that holds your rollers in place is closer to the wall at ankle high than it is at 5 or 6 feet up. So, in order to keep your door flush to the wall & not have a wide gap at that 5 to 6 foot point, each hinge is a little "taller" pushing the roller back & with it, the door itself. This creates a door with no big gaps & still allows the track to steadily Read More
The vertical track on the sides of the garage door that holds your rollers in place is closer to the wall at ankle high than it is at 5 or 6 feet up. So, in order to keep your door flush to the wall & not have a wide gap at that 5 to 6 foot point, each hinge is a little "taller" pushing the roller back & with it, the door itself. This creates a door with no big gaps & still allows the track to steadily get farther away from the wood to help kick that door up & over without any more effort than necessary. It also keeps the dirt & critters from getting into your garage. At least, in theory...So, your #2 hinge goes on the 2nd section, #3 on the 3rd section. The #3 hinge sits up higher on the door & therefore pushes the door back a little more in order to keep your door standing straight & true in the frame. Go out into your garage & look at the door & the track from either side & you'll see the track spreads while the door remains tight against the frame. All due to those hinges getting "taller" as they go up the door. Read Less
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January 22, 2015
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The hinges are numbered from bottom to top on the garage door (#1 is at the first panel connection, #2 is at the second connection, and #3 is on the third). Each hinge is slightly different based on the functioning of the door and how the panels move.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works great This did it's job--it was easy to install and still going strong. December 2, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Universal Garage Hinge #2 The hinge fit on my ancient garage door perfectly. The screws that came with it were quite a bit longer than would fit, so I just used the old screws from the broken hinge. Overall, it worked nicely. October 21, 2011
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