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Drawer slides

My kitchen cabinets and others I have seen have drawer slides that mount on the bottom outside edges of the drawers. They are painted white and have white maybe nylon rollers. They extend maybe 7/8 of the way out, not full extension, but seem to come out further than 3/4. I would like to find some slides like this for a vanity I'm working on but I'm not sure what they are called. Can someone help with a name or a link?

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Those slides may look like they come out 7/8, but in reality they are just 3/4 extension. I just call them euro slides.
http://www.wwhardware.com/drawer-doo...tension-slides







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Maybe they are these slides....the part that mounts to the drawer is completely on the bottom of the drawer box, and there is a notch in the back of the drawer where that piece protrudes out a bit on mine. Is this correct then?


http://www.wwhardware.com/houck-go-e...wer-slides-hi5
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Maybe they are these slides....the part that mounts to the drawer is completely on the bottom of the drawer box, and there is a notch in the back of the drawer where that piece protrudes out a bit on mine. Is this correct then?


http://www.wwhardware.com/houck-go-e...wer-slides-hi5
If those match what you want, I guess so.







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I believe you will find those white slides at Home Depot. They are the "Prime line white bottom" slide and sell for about $7.

http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/cata...gry=Search+All

You'll find them next to the bottom row on that link $5.99

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