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Good chance (but not 100%) the hole spacing will be the same. If you get the hinges from a place that gives you and actual BLUM part number, you can do an internet search and quickly find the all the mounting dimensions.

For the mounting clip, again, I don't see a BLUM part number on the hinge, so I can't comment on the appropriate clip for it. But the time I needed an angle restriction clip, I used something that looked like this one:
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Thanks for your reply. I don’t have any of the docs on my current hinges so if I get mounting dimensions for a new I cannot compare it to the old. 71T3590
Good chance (but not 100%) the hole spacing will be the same. If you get the hinges from a place that gives you and actual BLUM part number, you can do an internet search and quickly find the all the mounting dimensions.

For the mounting clip, again, I don't see a BLUM part number on the hinge, so I can't comment on the appropriate clip for it. But the time I needed an angle restriction clip, I used something that looked like this one:
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I believe its the Blum 71T3590. I don’t have any of the docs on my current hinges so if I get mounting dimensions for a new I cannot compare it to the old. Or are you suggesting to get the new dimensions to see if the current holes line up?
 

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I believe its the Blum 71T3590. I don’t have any of the docs on my current hinges so if I get mounting dimensions for a new I cannot compare it to the old.
You don't need documents for the old hinges --- you have the actual hinges right in front of you, don't you ? Measure them, and the location of the 35mm pocket from the edge of the door.

BLUM dimensions HERE page 78/79

Part number for 86 degree stop clip is on page 78
 
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