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E-Z Glide Tracks-Aluminum

Item #
GRP127_2
Rating:
66% of 100

Give a cabinet a dramatic look with sliding glass doors! These E-Z tracks make it possible, with dual channels for a pair of 1/4" glass doors. Includes an aluminum upper glide, shoe, track, and nylon rollers for a smooth, glide when opening or closing. Choose from Bronze or Aluminum to match the look you're going for. You may also choose from 3 or 4 feet and cut to length with a hacksaw for a custom fit. Use with our Extruded Aluminum Pulls.

(1) E-Z Glide Tracks-Aluminum
More Information
Weight 1.9200
Tech Spec
  • Dual channels hold two 1/4" glass doors
  • Provides a smooth glide when opening or closing each door
  • Choose Aluminum or Bronze
  • Choose 3' or 4' lengths
  • Use a hacksaw to cut to fit
Technical Documents
Hardware Type Tracks
3.3 / 5.0
14 Reviews
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Great kit
I built a makeup cabinet for the Missus and did not want doors that opened due to space constrictions/ease of access. This sliding door kit fit the bill perfectly. I also got the handles which completed the high end look. Recommend this kit to anyone looking for sliding glass doors.

-Roger
Completed makeup cabinet
Completed makeup cabinet
May 20, 2016
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Lubricate rubber gasket
This is a good product although the nylon wheels are noisy or bumpy for some reason. When you apply the tracks to your glass you need to lubricate the rubber gasket with a soapy solution like Windex and still you have to pound it on with a rubber hammer or a regular hammer and wooden block.
December 8, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Sliding Polyçarbonate Double Walled Laundry Cabinet Doors using Aluminum Track Hardware
Pleased with the siding door system. Installing rubber glazing along bottom of for panel a bit of challenge, requires patience. Rails easy to install. Cut upper and lower rails to desired length with a bandsaw. Had to cut door panel shorter than recommend so upper guides would not interfere with heads of rail mounting screws. The package offered by Rockler has nylon wheels but manufacturer (epcohardware.com) offers metal wheels as well as 6 and 8 foot lengths.
Sliding Doors for a small Laundary Room Cabinet
Sliding Doors for a small Laundary Room Cabinet
April 18, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Really nice product, exactly what I was looking for....
I built a recessed medicine cabinet for our bathroom 42" wide x 25 1/2" high. I used this track, really, really nice product. Since I am replicating one of those old medicine cabinets with the mirrored doors that slide back and forth, this is exactly what I wanted. My only slight issue is the nylon roller really aren't sturdy enough to give my cabinet doors a nice roll. I went to EPCO's website and saw they suggested using their #753 Steel Ball Bearings, which I am working on ordering. ** NOTE: be sure you push the bottom roller shoes FULLY into the bottom of the door. I didn't realize this at first, so it seemed like the doors wouldn't fit in properly. Once I realized this and pushed the roller shoes all the way into the bottom of the door, PERFECT.
January 17, 2014
The track worked out great in...
The track worked out great in a medicine cabinet I made. My problem is the nylon wheel has gone bad and it seems the only remedy is to repurchase the entire track. Wish they sold replacement wheels.
December 20, 2010
Beautiful, clean lines and smooth rollers...
Beautiful, clean lines and smooth rollers make this one fantastic product!Thank you for making it all so easy.
September 5, 2008
I've successfully used these many times...
I've successfully used these many times but I'm always a little uncertain when I order them. Does a 4 ft slide consist of two 2 ft slides to accomodate a 4 ft opening? (It does).
December 15, 2007
A great look to it. Easy...
A great look to it. Easy install and quality parts. I got the bronze finish and used glass with a bronze tint. In a dark wood cabinet this looks great. Nylon rollers are a little noisy, should offer the ball bearing type as an option.
October 16, 2007
Nice Product with a few Caveats
I basically like this product. The aluminum extrusions are of nice quality and finish. The guide wheels are a bit less so, but seem to work while being a bit bumpy in operation.

The major issue is installing the piece of aluminum extrusion and the rubber gasket, or maybe it's vinyl, onto the bottom of the glass. This is an extremely tight fit onto 1/4" glass. I lubricated the parts with silicone fist and tried to use a rubber mallet to tap, make that pound, it into place. No such luck. One end would start to go on and as you moved down the track, that end would pop back up. I tried soapy water, no luck.

Finally, I figure it was going get it onto the glass, or the mirror was going to break, one way or the other! I took the glass and used a block of wood on each end of the mirror and furniture clamps to press fit the track and gasket onto the frame. Even this would not work until I sprayed the track and gasket with silicon lube, AND used a heat gun to warm the aluminum track. Finally, this method worked. If only I knew this method before hand, it would have saved me much cursing and frustration. So, now you know.

All-in-all, I use this product again, now knowing how to fit the dang nab track to the mirror.
January 23, 2019
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Would not fit 1/4" glass without improvising.
These were advertised to be spring tension for an easy installation and firm hold on 1/4" glass. They were too big. I used 1/2" felt dots placed inside the handle to hold them in place.
April 5, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
For a project for a friend
Arthur S on Mar 6, 2018
saw these on the web and they looked like they would work perfectly on a cabinet I am building
Paul Y on Mar 4, 2017
For a project for a friend
Arthur S on Mar 6, 2018
Display case
Russell S on Sep 29, 2017
saw these on the web and they looked like they would work perfectly on a cabinet I am building
Paul Y on Mar 4, 2017
Because a oiled brass finish was not available.
John H on Nov 30, 2016
For a custom reptile enclosure
David B on Aug 13, 2016
Looks like it would work for my problem.
Earle B on Apr 8, 2016
I am purchasing these tracks for building a custom vivarium for my exotic snakes. Many of my other vivariums feature these tracks, or very similar. I highly recommend these ones for vivariums with larger (and thus heavier) doors.
Jennifer B on Mar 25, 2016
Custom built a wall medicine cabinet in my bathroom.
Justin V on Mar 3, 2016
Used them another project, they look nice and work perfectly.
Daniel B on Oct 2, 2015
Dear Sir,

Good working in Fume hoods inside and sliding working is good smooth operation
chandrashekara Reddy D on Jul 10, 2015
IT WAS IDEL FOR MY PROJECT, AND THE PRICE WAS RIGHT
nick n on May 15, 2015
Fits the job
andrew r on Apr 23, 2015
Display case
Russell S on Sep 29, 2017
Because a oiled brass finish was not available.
John H on Nov 30, 2016
if the glass is 1/4 inch (1/2 inch ) how wide is the track that is to be installed? how wide are the tracks so to know how much extra wood I need to put the track in?
Patricia P on Apr 21, 2016
I am building a makeup/perfume/hairstuff cabinet and the tracks/glass doors will be set inside a frame. Will the glass doors be easily removable to be replaced if broken? Or will I need to disassemble the frame?
Roger H on Apr 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: With this track hardware all you have to do to remove the glass is to lift the glass panel so the lower wheels lift off the lower track and pull toward you and down till the glass slides out of the upper track.
How do I order in bronze?
A shopper on Apr 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: For these tracks in bronze see http://www.rockler.com/e-z-glide-tracks-bronze
The instructions say to make your glass 1 inch and 7/32 less than the opening of the cabinet. Does it have to be this exact or is there a little play in that measurement. If I made my glass 1 1/4" less or even 1 5/16" less than the opening? About to order glass and I want to make sure I order the right size. My cabinet isnt exactly square give or take a 1/16" is why I'm asking. Thank you!
Adin L on Mar 19, 2019
BEST ANSWER: If the cabinet is too far out of square the glass will not shut properly on the vertical sides. If you have trim hiding the ends you should be fine. I ordered glass as close to the requirement listed. It is better to be a hair small than too big. You could always add a shim somewhere.
Are there options to use different sizes of glass or is 1/4 your only option?
danny on Sep 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Actually, there is a gasket included in the set that wraps around the edge of the glass so you may use 3/16" glass but no less.
can i use this system for a 6' section and splice the track?
Herlander P on May 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You should be able to butt as many sections together and get it to work. Obviously they have to be perfectly in line with each other and you might have a slight hitch when going from one track to the other, but I don't think you'll have any problem with it. By the way, mine work great. I'd buy them again. Good luck.
Would this system work if I used 1/4" plywood instead?
Graeme H on Jun 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I don't see why not. The bottom glide wheels slip into an intermediate metal bar that fits onto the glass/plywood. The top track is open and adds no resistance to the movement. There are plastic inserts which fit over the top of the glass/plywood to help center the top in the track.
We we need a 60 in bottom sliding door track that looks almost like the OEM bottom sliding track door?
Dumbshit on Apr 9, 2019
can this tracks handle sliding 1/4" glass that is 48" x 64"?
Michael on Feb 8, 2018
I am working on a reptile enclosure and I am looking for a double U channel track for glass doors to slide in. I need one to hold 1/4 thick glass 6' long and 3' long. I would also need the glass doors to fit in this and be able to open also. Could you guys be of assistance? Or do you know where I could find this?

Thank you for your time!
Jeremy
Jogle61 on Dec 3, 2017
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