I would like to rebuild the short useless drawers in my RV with full
length drawers. I will need new drawer slides. Any pointers to a good
supplier of RV locking drawer slides appreciated. I have found some
references on the net like Rockler, Woodcraft etc, but you folks are so
knowledgeable and may have some good tips on suppliers I have not found.
Use this address
This place has pretty good prices when compared to the sources that you
mentioned and good service. To get quantity discounts however you must
order in the multiples indicated. For example if cheaper in multiples of 5,
the 6th slide will be the cost of a single slide.
I've wondered about replacing the slides in the RV with real drawer
slides, than use a cabinet catch of some sort fo keep them from flying
Why is it that almost everything "RV" is cheap crap?
On Sun, 01 Feb 2004 17:41:43 GMT, "L. Wilson"
On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 04:02:52 GMT, snipped-for-privacy@NOSPAMcomcast.net (Dan
Light weight is part of it. Controlling the cost is another. The
expensive RVs seem to have pretty good stuff in them (not that I *own*
one of those, but I've drooled) but the lower end ones are pretty
junky. My old trailer has thin (read that as less than 1/2") floors
that flex so much when I walk on them (13% of a ton) that I'm afraid
I'll end up in the basement. I keep thinking about adding a layer of
3/4" ply over the top to stiffen things up, but I'm too lazy, too
cheap and too broke.
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