810 - Hoppe 3-Point Gear Box and Extension Pin/Roller Style - (2005 and Prior)

810 - Hoppe 3-Point Gear Box and Extension Pin/Roller Style - (2005 and Prior)
Item# 810
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Product Description

810 - Hoppe 3-Point Gear Box and Extension Pin/Roller Style - (2005 and Prior)
Part Number 810

Part # 810 Roller and Flipper/Tongue Style Hoppe Multi point is for Hurd Swinging Patio Doors

Options All Hoppe multi point comes with the gear box and top and bottom extensions (gear box, top and bottom extensions are NOT sold separately). You will need to choose your door height please note 7-2 and 8-0 have a $5.00 adder. You will also need to pick your style. There is the Roller style and Flipper/Tongue style- Note Flipper/Tongue style is additional $60.00 more. Any and all adder costs will be updated once you add product to cart.

Brass color no longer manufactured only comes in stainless steel for both the gear box and the extension.

The Hoppe #810 Roller style is the direct replacement old FUHR Roller Multi point that was on Hurd doors – no modification is needed when changing to the Hoppe #810. The only difference is some of the FUHR multi point had an automatic fire to engage the multi point, the Hoppe does not. So with the Hoppe to engage the multi point you close the door then lift up on the door handle then throw the dead bolt to lock.

Comes in Door Heights: Retro/6-8, 6-10, 7-2, 8-0. This usually ships via UPS Ground.

Style Options:

Hoppe Gear Box Pin/Roller Style

Hoppe Gear Box Flipper/Tongue Style

Door Panel Heights for Multi Point:

77" = Retro/6-8

78" = Retro/6-8

80" = 6-10

84" = 7-2

93" = 8-0

For Classic Hurd Doors Manufactured from 2005 and Prior

Fuhr Multi point used on Classic Hurd doors are no longer manufactured - Hoppe Multi point is the direct replacement

Number Known To Have Been On Older Gear Box (Hoppe Roller Style Brass Color): 1334291. Old HURD FUHR Roller Style Patend US No. 5058938 stamped on metal.

Video below shows you how to swap the handing for the gear box. In video we are using a Hoppe single point gear box, but you do the same thing for multi point.

For instructions on how to adjust multi point hardware please click on our R&R Window Blog Link: R&R Window Blog