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Old 05-29-2010, 02:52 PM   #1
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Latching drawer slides

Anyone know a source for the simple latching drawer slides...the kind where you lift the drawer to release?
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Ken, I just went to my RV dealer this spring, told him the length I needed, and he order one in for me from his catalog. Click on the GO-RV link below...this is the standard catalog they all use, not just my local dealer.

GO-RV.com - RV On-line Catalog

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The bearings all came out of my bottom kitchen drawer and the RV guy said that with parts and labor it would run me about $150 and most of that would be labor.
(Those little bearings hurt like heck when you step on one with your bare heel too)
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Thanks Jimmy. The link you cited looked familiar and sure enough, it is the same catalog that my local dealer uses. I can get what I need just up the street. The problem I usually have with that catalog is figuring out what an object is called to be able to find it.
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LOL I agree, sometimes they list the simplest everyday things in those catalogs in the strangest places and by the strangest names.


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The bearings all came out of my bottom kitchen drawer and the RV guy said that with parts and labor it would run me about $150 and most of that would be labor.
(Those little bearings hurt like heck when you step on one with your bare heel too)
Wow!! that's a lot of labor charges. If they are the same as the ones listed in the GO-RV catalog, they're only about $20.00 [depending on size] and I would imagine at the most 8 screws to take out and put back.


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Jimmy, yes, and I was just there today and all they had was a handful of mismatched peices of sets of slides. They didn't mention that they could get them from the catalog.
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