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The JB-107 brass square knuckled full mortise butt hinge is engineered with a built-in stop that allows a lid to remain open at 95°. It is milled from heavy brass stock and can be used when an additional stay is not desired. The leaf measures 2" in length. Routing template TJ-107 and installation instructions are available.

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$ 54.30 per PKG

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  • 5
    Top Notch Hardware

    Posted by Dan Campbell on Aug 25th 2018

    I was making a travel tool box for my handtools and I wanted a strong hinge that would hold the top at ~90 degrees to give me comfortable access to the tools stored on the lid underside.

    My go to hinge for this is the Brusso JB-107...it's strong and exactly machined.

  • 5
    Beautifully crafted.

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 10th 2018

    This hinge is superior to anything else I've tried. It works smoothly, and the fit of the screws with the hinge is perfect (often not the case).

  • 5
    High quality hinge

    Posted by Mark A on Mar 22nd 2018

    These hinges were perfect for the project I was working on. The may seem pricey BUT do you really want to put a cheap hinge on a project you've spent a lot of time creating?? Well worth the price.

  • 5
    Solid 95 degree Stop Hinge

    Posted by Dan C on Jun 16th 2017

    This is a great product. Solid casting and a really fine finish. I have used Brusso hinges on numerous products and have always been extremely satisfied.

  • 5
    Brusso stop hinges

    Posted by John Schluter on Sep 15th 2016

    The appearance and function of these hinges was perfect and the brass finish played well with the red color of the Padauk jewelry box. Mortising with the templates was relatively easy and made for very well fitted hinges.

  • 5
    Beefy hinges for a heirloom project

    Posted by Steve M on Nov 9th 2015

    I bought these hinges for a toybox/hope chest that I built for my daughter. I wanted some seriously tough hinges, and that's what these are -- heavy-duty and attractive in the piece. After installing them I scrubbed them up with a little Barkeeper's Friend and they look fantastic.

    These are obviously more expensive than a cheap set of hinges from the Orange Box, but I build this thing to last and I have no concerns about them holding the heavy oak lid in place for a couple of generations.

    Keep in mind that brass screws are very soft -- Brusso included a steel screw of the same size that I used to break in the pilot holes I'd drilled, then I used a little wax on the screws to help them go in and I still left several in less-than-pristine shape.

  • 5
    Brass hinges JB-107, work perfectly.

    Posted by Angel A. on May 17th 2015

    Brass hinges JB-107, which I bought for mounting on a tool box that I built, work perfectly and keep the opening angle of the lid (95th) as specified in the design, without any variation.
    The design and performance is perfect. Thank you.