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I'm looking for a concealed self closing cabinet hinge with at least 1 1/2" overlay. Does anyone make such a thing? These will mount on a face frame cabinet.

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I'm looking for a concealed self closing cabinet hinge with at least 1 1/2" overlay. Does anyone make such a thing? These will mount on a face frame cabinet.

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With this hinge and mounting plate, you can get any overlay you want. The mounting plate sits on the face of the face frame.






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With this hinge and mounting plate, you can get any overlay you want. The mounting plate sits on the face of the face frame.




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Thanks Cab. That's the ticket.

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Thanks Cab. That's the ticket.
If you use the Blum hinge (compact 33), and the face mounted plate, drill the hinge hole very close to the edge of the door, 1/8" or less. Another quirk with that hinge and plate is that it stands the edge of the door off the face frame more than a standard hinge (about 3/32"). So, use the clear plastic door bumpers to level out the face of the door to the face frame.






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Thanks again. Im making new drawers and doors for our daughters kitchen. Not going the full route and building the boxes too. They are just fine.

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