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Sliding Door Slide Pins

Item #
38905
Rating:
64% of 100
These sliding pins run along a kerf inside your cabinet for an easy-to-make sliding door. Just install pins to the door as shown. Use Nylo Tape, to create extra smooth sliding action when placed between the door and bottom panel.
(1) Pack of 4 Sliding Door Slide Pins
More Information
Brand Rockler
Manufacturer Part Number No
Weight 0.0800
Tech Spec
  • Dimensions: 3/4" (W) x 1-5/8" (L) x 1/16" (Thick)
  • Supplied with #8 x 1/2" RH nickel screws
  • 4 per pack
Tech Docs No
Hardware Type Tracks
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Great product and fit great! Hard to find part.
April 22, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Plan and they work well
First you need 4 per door. These come with no instructions. If you are sliding 2 doors make sure that you give yourself at least 1/8" clearance. For example, if the "back door" is 1/2" thick, space the groove of the back door 5/8" back of the front groove. Otherwise you will have to route out the clearance on the doors themselves.
March 26, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Glides were installed in an Empire...
Glides were installed in an Empire period bureau that had only rudimentary wooden glides. The new ones work like a charm and make the chest much more serviceable.
October 5, 2007
They did what they were supposed to do, though the travel wasnt very smooth. I waxed the groove and that helped substantially.
May 16, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
Not quality.
Metal is soft and bends easily. Better to use a fender washer.
April 15, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
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To replace some antique plastic slide pins that have broken on a mid century modern dresser I am restoring.
Sonda B on Jun 6, 2018
Chose this item to make hidden sliding door guides.
Teryl S on Jan 2, 2017
To replace some antique plastic slide pins that have broken on a mid century modern dresser I am restoring.
Sonda B on Jun 6, 2018
I cannot find the exact replacement for the pins on my Burnham Sliding Door Cabinet from Crate & Barrel, but I think I can make these work.
William S on Jan 18, 2018
Chose this item to make hidden sliding door guides.
Teryl S on Jan 2, 2017
It was exactly what I needed.
Lisa M on Apr 9, 2016
Simple install method
Herbert S on Mar 26, 2016
Constructed tool storage unit in garage with sliding peg boards. Made my own wheels from metal stock, wanted to try out the pins on next project.
Richard B on Dec 24, 2015
Have a teak credenza- original plastic tabs for sliding doors broke.
Stanley P on Nov 27, 2015
Only item that I could find anywhere to fit my need
Sam N V on Aug 17, 2015
Needed to fix a customers sliding doors
Chip B on Apr 27, 2015
Looks easy to work with.
Abel P on Apr 24, 2015
I cannot find the exact replacement for the pins on my Burnham Sliding Door Cabinet from Crate & Barrel, but I think I can make these work.
William S on Jan 18, 2018
It was exactly what I needed.
Lisa M on Apr 9, 2016
Will this sliding hard wear be good for 3/4" ,w-7" h-38"?
Howard K on Jun 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Actually a pull below the center line even 10" from bottom would probably be ideal....
Of what type material are these plns made? How many plns per door do you use and what is the weight lode support for these plns?
Ginny on Nov 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The pins appear to be made of mild, unfinished steel. The diagram is misleading. These pins don't support the weight of the sliding door. They merely keep the door from diverting out of the track. In other words, the pins should NOT rest on the bottom of the groove or track (as shown). If they do, the doors will bind and the pins will scribe a groove in the track. They provide lateral guidance only.