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Old 05-17-2011, 05:20 PM   #1
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Broken Drawer Pull

Hello. I have a drawer pull that somehow got broken...OK maybe someone closed the slide with a drawer open. Anyway, I'm in the market for a drawer pull. If I can figure it out, there will be an image attached. The image pull is gold tone, the one I need is a "brushed silver" or pewter.
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Old 05-17-2011, 11:40 PM   #2
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It is soooo frustrating that WRV used 4" center pulls when the rest of the planet uses 3"
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Finding odd-spaced pulls can be difficult & then finding a match can be that much harder. If you can't find the odd spaced pull, can you take one from an out-of-the-way place to put where this one went & find a similar for the one you remove? I've done that before with success.

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Try Ace Hardware. One of ours broke and we replaced it with the same color, similar style...it's on one of the back drawers so not noticeable.
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Try Ace Hardware. One of ours broke and we replaced it with the same color, similar style...it's on one of the back drawers so not noticeable.
I WISH ACE had some selection, I tried EVERY local store around here

I didn't want to drill holes spaced at 3" and had to go "internet"...
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Have you tried calling your coach manufacturer?
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htg3, try Walt's RV Supplies at 372 Tullock, Rialto, CA 92376 ph. 909-823-0563
They have two large buildings of surplus RV supplies, I have personally seen a lot of drawer pulls in their stock.
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You rmight also search online with wood workers supply companies such as Woodworkers Supply, Rockler, Woodcraft, etc.
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Have you tried calling your coach manufacturer?

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I bought some of each, the pull and knob. I seem to remember buying them at the time at Home Depot, and I may have a spare of each. It will be a few days before I get back to my coach in the storage area.

In the meantime, I think the pull came from Liberty Hardware. I believe it is the one in this link:

Liberty Cabinet Hardware - Liberty Hardware - Elegance 128mm Braid Pull Brushed Satin Nickel
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Same here, I bought some at Home Depot when I added the computer desk. Identical to the factory pulls.
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The pulls in my 2003 are on 4" centers....

Are the pulls on later models different?

Lowes, Homer, Totem, etc...only carry a limited selection of 4.

I'm confused???????
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I picked up a couple of knobs identical to the WRV factory installed knobs @ Home Depot a year ago.
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drawer pull

Call Scott at Amazing Creations phone no. 541-556-0501 they have done a lot of cabinet work on Alpines and have many parts on hand or can tell you where to get them. Might save you a lot of time and fuel running around.
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