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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 it. Use with ourExtruded Aluminum Pulls

(1) E-Z Glide Tracks-Bronze
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Weight 3.1500
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 Technical Document for 26609-617
Hardware Type Tracks
5.0 / 5.0
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Track worked out just fine
December 22, 2016
over 2 years ago
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great product
the e z glide was very easy to place together and operate would very much recommend to anyone needing door glides
August 3, 2016
over 3 years ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
good quality, and slides easily when openning the glass doors.
MICHAEL W C on Dec 9, 2015
good quality, and slides easily when openning the glass doors.
MICHAEL W C on Dec 9, 2015
To finish off our entertainment center
Mark S on May 20, 2015
To finish off our entertainment center
Mark S on May 20, 2015
does this work with 3/4 inch stiles ?
theo o on Jun 22, 2015
How do you lock the panels into the rails when not using the vinyl insert? I have safety glass and the panels are sliding inside the rails. The instructions say not to use the vinyl with safety glass.
A shopper on Jun 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I also used safety glass and remember the instructions saying to not use the vinyl. I used the vinyl anyway and the project turned out great. I had to use mallet to pound the rails onto the bottom of the glass, ya I know that I said pound. I just made sure that I had the rails and the glass lined up so that I was pounding in a straight line and not on any kind of an angle. I turned the panels upside down to pound and used a piece of wood so that I did not scar or dent the rails.
Would these track work with a pair of door which were each 50 inches tall and 20 inches wide?
George D on Mar 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: George, these are made for 1/4" glass and that size would be ok, but if the doors are any thicker you would need to order a different style of tracks, usually top hung. hope this helps you
What is the total width of the tracks?
Oron I on Mar 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: 1 3/16"
Do you have 5foot long tracks or could two shorter tracks be spliced together to extend the length?
Matthew T on May 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They don't make a 5' length, but I have successfully spliced two shorter links up on several jobs. The wheels are big enough to roll right over the splice without any issue as long as you line the track pieces up carefully.
Are the top and bottom tracks surface-mounted or should be inserted in dados?
Safa T on Oct 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: They are surface mount. If you used dados, they would be very shallow and not necessary. The glass doors need to be raised into the upper guide and then dropped on the roller guide on the lower guide. This may prove to be difficult if you put the guides into dados. The work great.
jim crum
How tall of glass can these handle ?
Jerry C on Nov 4, 2018
BEST ANSWER: the panels I used were 30" H. You could use bigger, however the weight of the panel would start to be a problem at some point. The tracks and rollers work well though. I think width would be easier to add than too much height. My panels are 30x 30 and overlap about an inch. I also used the "hook" locks.
if they are to long can they be cut to fit?
Chris T on Oct 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the tracks can be cut down to fit
How do you mount
the tracks, by screws or glue?
Matthew T on May 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I used contact cement. Worked very well
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