1Pair/5 Pairs Metal Drawer Slides, Ball Bearing Two Way Slide Track Rail 0.7 Inch Wide
- Package includes: 1 pair of drawer rails (mounting screws included). Note: Please read the installation steps in detail when you install it.
- EASY TO USE – Drawer rails are designed with multiple fixed hole positions for easy installation and adjustment. Two-way sliding, more comfortable and faster.
- Material: Ball Bearing Drawer Slides work with hardened cold rolled steel with zinc plated finish that will give you a precise thickness and a smooth surface.
- Design: 2 sections, stainless steel balls in the ball positioning groove that can be in the sliding direction of the ball, are not easy to deviate, and are wear-resistant, hard and smooth.
- Function: The soft close function prevents noise during pushing, makes it quieter, and the slow close function prevents your baby’s hands from gripping the drawer.
- Color: Silver
- Load bearing: 10kg
- Material: cold rolled steel.
- Finish: Zinc Plated.
- Features: 2 sections, two-way.
- Package includes: 1 pair/5 pairs of drawer glides (mounting screws are included).
- The 17mm slides is a two way slides, the inner slides is not removable.
How to install
- Slide the drawer slide to expose the mounting hole.
- The narrower part is screwed to the inner side of the “side wall” with the wood screws.
- The wider part slides into a slot in the side of the drawer and is attached by one of the screws passing through a hole from the inside of the drawer and screwing into the threaded hole in the wider slide part.
- Note: There will be a hole in the drawer to lock the screw, which will not affect the use.
Fidel Banuelos –
I bought a parsons desk from walmart, the slides broke and I couldnt find any replacements at home depot or any hardware store. So I searched on vadania, and bingo! I found what I needed. They Fit perfectly, you may need to use some shims to tighten better. All in all I saved my desk from going into the dumpster. 100% satisfied
A S. –
First, you get 1 pair of slides, not 10 pairs as described. In the fine print it says 1 pair.These part that goes on the cabinet are longer than the original Ikea slides (the draw side fits fine), maybe they will last longer. They do lack the tabs that hold the slide straight in the cabinet, and screw hole to attach to the furniture. I will try and describe how I installed, it may look like a lot, but it is easy, simple on the 2nd slide.MARK THE FRONT AND BACK OF THE NEW SLIDES – the wider side of the slide has 2 holes (for the drawer screw) with an arrow pointing to the front.You need to remove the old slide(s) – save the screws.Make sure the sides slide are evenly together. Hold the slide in its general location, (make front and back slightly away from back and front of chassis), and mark as close as you can (use a black sharpie) the location of where the screw was (108462 or 100365) that you took out. Center punch this location on either of the sides of the slide (i used a small piece of wood to keep the slide from bending). Making sure the “black plastic insert” is not in the way, drill through both sides of the slide with a small drill bit. Open the slide, and enlarge hole on the narrower side of the slide so the screw 108462 100365 fits. enlarge the wider side hole so you can get a screwdriver in to turn the screw. Put the screw into the smaller side (with the head between the side of slide), close the slide, and tighten the screw into the hole.Use a combination square or speed square under the slide, and with a clamp hold the square in place so the slide is level. Double Check. Using the screws included with this slide, install a screw into the front and back of the slide using the predrilled holes on the narrow side of the slide (you will need to move the slide back and forth until you have an access hole).Put the drawer on the slides, and pull the slide to the front of the drawer, and push back a little(about 1/8 inch – wiggle room) Using a small bit (I used 1.5mm) drill a hole into the drawer using 1 of the 2 holes (near the arrow) – drill straight in. Now push the slide back a little more, and enlarge the hole in the draw to a little over 4MM (the screw is a 4mm screw), make the screw goes in easily. get rid of any bumps created by the hole, and clear out sawdust. position the slide so you can see through the hole in slide and drawer, and insert/tighten screw from the inside of the drawer. [Note if you are missing drawer screws, you can pick them up at the hardware store, they are M4 length=8mm, or 10mm will give you a handhold on the screw as you insert it into the drawer and line it up with the slide.I used: drill, bits, square (speed or combo), clamp screwdriver, bits.Like I said, it looks like a lot, but I tried to provide details so you won’t be confused.
Sandeep G –
The bearings on an existing one inch two-way drawer slide broke out. These are rare to find anywhere, the traditional home improvement stores do not carry two-way slides. This one is less than an inch and hence I figured that it could fit in the existing groove on the drawer side. Aligned the top edge of the slide to the top of the groove. The installation went off without any major hitch. Though there was one small problem. The drawer side of the slide normally should be attached with a M4 10 mm machine screw. The fasteners which came with the slides only contained tapered screws. Fortunately the machine screw from the original slide had the same thread and fitted this replacement. Would be better if the M4 machine screw was also included in the package, it costs just about a dollar at a home improvement store if you need to buy separately.