|Forum topic by MattyMattAg||posted 05-19-2014 03:21 PM||814 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
05-19-2014 03:21 PM
I’ve gone through the archived threads but still have a few questions.
I am upgrading my workbench, with the help of Tom Clark’s book, to include all drawers instead of just being a glorified assembly table.
The drawers will be 20”W X 20”D X 12”H…
What is the most economical slide to use? Ive seen the KV slides on WWHardware and those are a good price, so am leaning towards those unless I can pick some up locally. Any suggestions?
Finally, **does it matter where I mount the slide on the side of the drawer? Can I mount the slide along the bottom edge of the drawer, because that is how my cabinet is designed? I wasn’t sure if there was a proper way to do this as most pictures show the slides mounted in the middle of the drawer.
Thanks for the help, guys and gals!!
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