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Discussion in 'Reverse Flow' started by robcalif, Apr 20, 2014.
What are your thoughts?
For what it's worth (about what you paid for it) I say out:
Easier to install the flanges from the outside.
Apart from that, no difference in performance.
Inside flanges have a different cosmetic effect, which can be better if you are good at cutting the door.
Flanges on the inside make the opening smaller for removing food....
I like the look of the flanges on the inside. I figure you don't need much in order to create an overlap. I was figuring on using my plasma to cut the doors so they're nice and clean. In addition, I can use some bullet hinges to have a really clean look.
However, if the cut does not go well, then I'll be flanging the outside.