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Old 09-04-2016, 08:02 PM   #1
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Drawer slide manufacturer

I need to replace the drawer slides for the drawers under the dinette bench seats.

They're 26" long and I can't find anything that long at Home depot, plus I want to replace with the same type so I don't have to do any modifications or replace the female rail the drawer slides into.

Anyone know who manufactures them or where to buy them?

I've searched the internet but can't be sure they're an exact match.



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Old 09-05-2016, 10:22 AM   #2
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Just google up 26" drawer slides. Brings up a whole passel of sites, including Amazon.
If your going to replace just a part, why don't you just get a complete new set, and make them ball bearing slides. Very easy to replace them, and ball bearing slides will make your better half very happy.
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FYI for those who want OEM.

Drawer guides, cabinet side # 30I41411A, drawer side # 30I41412A
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Didn't want to wait for a dealer to order the slide so I ordered one on line only to find out that it would fit and work but they are not designed like the OEM's.

The OEM's have a dip in the track that keeps the drawer from sliding open when driving and the regular ones don't. They're designed for kitchen counters that don't take turns.

I moved the end pieces in so once the drawer is about 2-3" from closing the track gets tigher hoping this will keep it closed if not I'll be ordering the OEM.
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Didn't want to wait for a dealer to order the slide so I ordered one on line only to find out that it would fit and work but they are not designed like the OEM's.

The OEM's have a dip in the track that keeps the drawer from sliding open when driving and the regular ones don't. They're designed for kitchen counters that don't take turns.

I moved the end pieces in so once the drawer is about 2-3" from closing the track gets tigher hoping this will keep it closed if not I'll be ordering the OEM.
I have one that always open, I tried to pull the drawer out how do you get it off the slide?
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Old 09-16-2016, 11:35 PM   #6
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I need to replace the drawer slides for the drawers under the dinette bench seats.

They're 26" long and I can't find anything that long at Home depot, plus I want to replace with the same type so I don't have to do any modifications or replace the female rail the drawer slides into.

Anyone know who manufactures them or where to buy them?

I've searched the internet but can't be sure they're an exact match.



Thanks
If you remove a drawer, you should find the manufacturer's name stamped on the rail slide somewhere.
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I have one that always open, I tried to pull the drawer out how do you get it off the slide?
Pull it as far out as it will go then lift the front up and pull up and outward.
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Full extension RV drawer slides w/stay-close | Woodworker's Hardware

KV8400 RV precision ball-bearing full-extension "stay-close" drawer slide. Drawers stay closed while in motion or on an incline. Perfect for vehicles or carts.
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