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post #1 of 7 Old 10-15-2009, 03:25 PM Thread Starter
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Know where to find these Glides?

See pick, I can't find them at Home Depot??? Their for the bottom of a dvd slide out for an ET center.

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Looks like an Accuride pantry pullout slide. There are alot of hardware supply stores online. it should not be more than $12
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I usually make those using full extension drawer slides. I make wood strips 3/4" by about 2" high that are the length of the pull out. The cabinet member slide gets mounted to the inside edge on the strips. The strips are screwed to the floor of the cabinet on edge.

The tray assembly is a panel with two perpendicular strips mounted to the bottom that act like the outside of a drawer side. The tray itself is wide enough to cover the two wood strips mounted on the floor of the cabinet. You don't see the hardware.

The two pull outs in this picture are done that way.
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do you have close up picks of what you are describing. I still can't find these particular glides online, but like your idea. If I am correct you basically cut strips of wood and mount the tyical slide to them, then attach to the base of the cabinet so the glide points up? Great idea.
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