For faster, more flexible adjustment of your drawer fronts, these Blum Locking Devices are indispensable. They replace the standard locking devices that come with the Blum Tandem Plus Blumotion Drawer Slides (e.g. #43841, sold separately), and offer easy tool-free adjustments up and down, and side to side. Just rotate the knob to move the drawer laterally, and press the adjustment tab to move it up and down. The locking devices also make it easy to install and remove your drawers.Technical Details: Stamped steel or zinc die-cast base with synthetic, spring-loaded release levers. Captive right device, self-aligning left device-both included.Self-adjusting drawer length tolerance. Tool-free height adjustment-raises drawer front up to 1/8". Tool-free front side-to-side adjustment-moves drawer front a maximum of 1/16" to the left or right.
These 3/4 extension drawer slides are among the quietest, smoothest and lowest profile slides on the market. An ideal choice for face frame cabinets, the slides are made from heavy gauge steel coated with easy-to-clean epoxy for maximum convenience and durability.
Economical and versatile, these adjustable slide glides are designed for use with cabinet drawer openings that have a center, T-shaped guide rail. The set consists of one adjustable center-mount plastic backplate and two L-shaped nail-on glides for drawer edges. Backplate adjusts to fit guide rails from 1" to 1-7/16" wide.Technical DetailsUse for new projects or as retrofit slides for cabinets with wooden center guide railsAdjusts to drawer guide rails from 1" to 1 - 7/16" wide in 1/16" incrementsIncludes two side-mount plastic glides for drawer edgesSelf-lubricating plastic
Attach ball bearing slides and catches and be sure they'll stay where they're supposed to with these Drawer Slide Mounting Screws! Features a truss head/Phillips that gives you non-slip fastening and Phillips for convenience. Comes in packs of 100Screw Size: #8 x 1/2"Screw Finish: BlackTechnical Details:For ball bearing slides and catches (roller and magnetic)Truss head/Phillips for non-slip fasteningComes in packs of 100
These rear mounting brackets allow you to use our Shop Basics GS757 Over-Travel Drawer Slides (e.g. 43765, sold separately) with face frame cabinets. With no need to build out the sides of your cabinet with spacers, you'll save on both time and materials. The front end of the slide is simply screwed to the inside edge of the face frame, while the rear end slips into the brackets, which are screwed to the cabinet back. Designed for use with Shop Basics GS757 Over-Travel Drawer Slides (e.g. 43765, sold separately).Sturdy steel construction.Slotted holes for easy adjustments.
This center mount slide and slide guides are the classic solution to dressers and other pieces of furniture. A traditional approach you can no purchase the slide glides and the center track separately which is ideal for replacing worn or broken drawer slides. Installation is easy and the center track can be cut to meet your needs (made to fit base cabinets up to 24'' deep). Deluxe Center Drawer Track Made out of hardwood, kiln dried birch or maple, this track fits the Slide Guides 28357 (Sold Separately). This center track features the classic "T" shaped design and can easily be cut down from it's original 23-1/4'' length. It can also be stained, finished or waxed if desired. Slide Glides These self-lubricating plastic glides keep drawers aligned on a wood track. A set consists of one slide glide and 2 L-shaped side saddles. The slide guide can be used to replace missing or worn ones and works with the Center Track 29892 (Sold Separately).
Add stability to your drawer with easy-to-install, screw-on side-mount plastic rails.Product Dimensions: 285mm (11.22") long x 8mm (.32") thick x 16 mm (.63") highThe groove in the drawer needs to be 17mm (.67") highIncludes screwsWhite
For the easiest installation of our popular Wood Center-Mount Drawer Slide (24877, sold separately), use this bracket to secure the back end of the slide to your drawer box. The bracket fits over the back end of the slide, and a single screw secures it to the back of the drawer. That's it—no glue, no mess, no fuss.