An integral self-closing mechanism engages during the final 1-1/8" of travel, automatically guiding drawers closed and preventing accidental opening. Full extension travel provides easy access to the contents of the drawers. Slides feature a 100-lb. load capacity and compatibility with all 32 mm hole systems. Requires 1/2" + 1/32'' of side clearance.
- Sold in pairs and includes installation instructions and mounting hardware
- Self-closing spring mechanism
- Steel ball-bearing action for smooth and quiet operation
- Lever disconnect for easy drawer removal
- Positive stop, preventing accidental opening
- RoHS compliant, meeting the newest European and US ecological standards
- Attractive zinc finish
- Replaces Accuride series 3832
- Rear brackets (47585, sold separately) required for mounting to face frame cabinets
|Load Rating||100 lbs|
|Mounting Method||Side Mount|
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I purchased these without reading the...Posted June 8, 2013
I found the pin associated with...Posted May 13, 2013
I chose to save a few dollars, and that was my biggest mistake.Posted September 19, 2014
The installation of these was easy just like any other full extension slide. I was not thrilled with the self closing mechanism, since it slammed the drawer closed it seemed. However, I didn't by the soft close slides, so I looked past it. As the construction of the vanity progressed, I needed to take out the drawers a few times. These slides could not handle it!
They were lined up perfectly and the operation was smooth, but after taking the drawers out for the first time I noticed ball bearings in the bottom of my cabinet. Inspecting the slides, I found that the metal tabs that hold the ball bearings in place had bent just enough to let the ball bearings out. This was annoying to say the least, but I went through and inspected the other slides and saw the same thing about to happen on almost all of them. I took a pair of pliers and bent the tabs down a little more to keep them from falling out. This helped only slightly, and over the course of the build I found a total of 24 ball bearings in the bottom of my cabinet from only 3 pair of slides. After I lost so many ball bearings, the operation of the slides became terrible.
I ended up replacing one pair that could not handle me removing and replacing the drawer. The other two remain in the vanity, but I am fearful that I'm going to get a call that they need replaced too.
Spend the money and get the ones you are avoiding buying because of price!