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Old 10-01-2012, 02:56 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Drawer Slides

I have a 2007 Georgetown motor home 370TS. I previously filed this under Draw Slides & Sockets. I thought the problem was solved, but I was wrong. I thought the slides were made by Liberty from Home Depot but they did not fit today when I tried to make the repairs.
Does anyone know who makes the drawer slides that Forest River uses in the Georgetown that will fit into the RV Designer Collection socket # H307? I need to order 22" drawer slides. I can then cut off about 1/2" because the depth of drawer cabinets is 21 1/2" deep.
Thanks, Elmer Gaudet from Biloxi, MS

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Old 10-01-2012, 04:26 PM   #2
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RV Designer Collection RV Designer Collection H307 Drawer Slide Sockets - Tools - Home Hardware & Vents - Cabinet Hardware

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Old 10-01-2012, 05:40 PM   #3
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Yes this is the correct slide socket. What I need is the Drawer Slide in 22" length. I called RV Designer and they are researching who makes the slide.
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Old 10-06-2012, 05:01 PM   #4
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The arrowhead locks for the large drawers in the hallway between the kitchen and bedroom in my 2011 327DS won't hold the drawers closed on winding mountain roads. When the drawers fell out, the slides were damaged. FR replaced them for me in August and I've modified the drawers so that they can't open while travelling.

I replaced the bolts that hold the drawer knobs on with longer ones. A 3/8" x 1.5" piece of metal, with a hole near one end was snugged up to the bolt head with a nut. A washer and nut on the inside of the drawer front provide a way to adjust the friction needed to turn the knob and rotate the piece of metal up behind the divider between the drawers. Loctite on the threads keeps everything from coming loose and when locked, the drawers can't open up. I also glued small magnets to the bar and drawer dividers. The magnets keep the lock in place and I can tell by "feel" when the drawer is locked.


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