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Old 06-08-2017, 06:15 AM   #15
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No idea on what type of drawer glides you have, but older campers used a simple method of keeping drawers closed. The bottom of each side had a shallow "notch" right at the front edge, just behind the drawer face. That allowed the drawer to "drop" into place when closed. To open, you simply lifted a bit while pulling. Don't know if it would work on your setup or not, but just another option to consider.
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No idea on what type of drawer glides you have, but older campers used a simple method of keeping drawers closed. The bottom of each side had a shallow "notch" right at the front edge, just behind the drawer face. That allowed the drawer to "drop" into place when closed. To open, you simply lifted a bit while pulling. Don't know if it would work on your setup or not, but just another option to consider.


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don't know what side clearance you have on your drawers but KV makes a slide called "stay close" full extension slides. I just ordered some as I am redoing our kitchen in our coach. You need 1/2" side clearance
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We have those clasps on our closet doors and they work really well.... until they break. We have had to replace 2.
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don't know what side clearance you have on your drawers but KV makes a slide called "stay close" full extension slides. I just ordered some as I am redoing our kitchen in our coach. You need 1/2" side clearance


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don't know what side clearance you have on your drawers but KV makes a slide called "stay close" full extension slides. I just ordered some as I am redoing our kitchen in our coach. You need 1/2" side clearance


We have a custom made desk that replaced the dinette. The drawers have that type of slide. But we store canned goods in a couple of them and I guess the inertia from the weight of the canned goods is to much for the slide as they come open. The drawers without the weight seem to do fine.
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We have a custom made desk that replaced the dinette. The drawers have that type of slide. But we store canned goods in a couple of them and I guess the inertia from the weight of the canned goods is to much for the slide as they come open. The drawers without the weight seem to do fine.
are they Knape and Vogt? Hope I didn't waste my money, they said made for RV's
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