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Need help with pull out spice rack.

I want to build a pull out spice rack for my kitchen. The cabinet I want to use is 10 3/4" deep from the back wall to the facing and the facing is 3/4". I've looked at both of the big box stores around here and can't find any center drawer glides small enough to use. What is the best option for a cabinet this shallow?
Any other ideas for handy spice storage inside the cabinet will be well received.
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Rockler has some mini slides. http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=2325&rrt=1

They might be over-kill but they won't break the bank, either. These are the only ones that short I know of.
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I want to build a pull out spice rack for my kitchen. The cabinet I want to use is 10 3/4" deep from the back wall to the facing and the facing is 3/4". I've looked at both of the big box stores around here and can't find any center drawer glides small enough to use. What is the best option for a cabinet this shallow?
Any other ideas for handy spice storage inside the cabinet will be well received.
I would use full extension side mounts. Good prices here on those slides.
http://www.wwhardware.com/kv-tt100-e...-slide-kvtt100





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I would use full extension side mounts. Good prices here on those slides.
http://www.wwhardware.com/kv-tt100-e...-slide-kvtt100





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Would you also recommend those for a slide out drawer to hold my pot lids and small appliances? Would be well under 100lbs.
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Would you also recommend those for a slide out drawer to hold my pot lids and small appliances? Would be well under 100lbs.
Sure...why not. They are drawer slides.










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