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Old 10-26-2013, 05:46 PM   #1
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Hinges

We want to replace the shiny brass hinges with oil rubbed bronze but are having trouble finding replacement hinges. All are off a little. It is for a 1999 Monaco Dynasty. Any thoughts?
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Paint may be the only answer. The newer Hardware is just diffrent enough to be frustrating!
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What is off? Color? Size? Hole pattern? If color, have you considered Antique Brass?
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Paint may be the only answer. The newer Hardware is just diffrent enough to be frustrating!
yes and I did paint one. It does rub a little but not much. It is likely the best option so far
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What is off? Color? Size? Hole pattern? If color, have you considered Antique Brass?
It's a 99 Monaco Dynasty and the hole dimensions are just enough off from what I can find out there
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Why is drilling a hole a show-stopper? Less work and better result than painting.
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