|Forum topic by Lee Barker||posted 04-14-2011 06:15 PM||1502 views||0 times favorited||0 replies|
04-14-2011 06:15 PM
I have sets for 15 drawers.
I was unsuccessful uploading my image, but I can email it to you if you’d like.
Recently there was an LJ post from a woodworker who bought the cheapies at the big dumb box store and still had loose ball bearings rolling around in his shop. He learned his lesson about quality in this realm and was kind enough to share it.
Accuride is surely the goto brand if you’re building quality stuff for sale or casework for your workshop where your drawers will haul a lot of cargo and get a lot of use.
The brackets just make the installation easier and more robust. These work on the 3832, 3834 and 3864 models.
Here’s the Rockler link and price.
And the text:
“Mount to front and back of Accuride slides for easy installation on face frame cabinets. The front brackets are self positioning for quicker installation and a 2-point mounting contact adds stability. The rear brackets adjust 2’’ in length, and adjust vertically and horizontally.
Use of these brackets will not increase the amount of side space required to mount slides. Set includes 2 front brackets and 2 back brackets. Order one set of brackets for every pair of drawer slides you’re mounting.”
$30 CONUS and I’ll pay the shipping. Paypal is fine or you can mail a check.
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