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Liberty

Model D68812C-W-TX

Internet #202200633

Store SKU #404370

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12 in. Self-Closing Bottom Mount Drawer Slide (1-Pair)

$4.99 /each
  • European style drawer slides with self-closing feature
  • Mounts to the bottom corners of the drawer
  • White finish blends well into light cabinets

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Install the Liberty 12 in. Self-Closing Drawer Slides on a 12 in. drawer to bear a weight load of up to 100 lb. The necessary hardware is included to create a functioning drawer. The item includes a set of two slides.

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Is this a self closing drawer slide?

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Mesa, AZ
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June 23, 2016
From the pictures this does not look self closing. Does it rely on gravity to close the drawer or is there a mechanism built in so the drawer will self close?
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July 6, 2016
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big dogmg, Thank you for your interest in our product. For this type of slide “self closing” refers to the curve at the end of the slide that uses gravity to close the drawer during the last few inches of travel. I hope this information is helpful. Regards, emccollum
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Does this slide stay closed in a moving RV? Does the drawer need to be lifted a bit to pull out, and does it "lock" in closed position?

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Wausau, WI
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April 29, 2016
Our original drawer slides allow the drawer to "settle" into closed position so the drawer will not open when we are traveling in the motorhome. We need to replace the hardware on one side of one of the drawers. Will the 22" self-closing bottom mount drawer slide unit pictured above satisfy this need?
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Will these work for flush, inset drawers?

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January 12, 2016
I want to use these slides for inset drawers (where the drawer front is flush to the frame of the cabinet). Do these slides offer a way to "stop" the drawer from pushing too far into the cabinet (since the drawer front won't do that).
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January 13, 2016
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Hello Disney1981,
This model of slide does have a physical “stop” feature at the rear of the slide to prevent the drawer from over-closing, but we would not recommend using it as the only safeguard for stopping a fully inset drawer. Lighter drawers may “bounce” when they reach the stop at the end of the slide. In addition this style of slide is not designed for the level of fine adjustment needed to
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Hello Disney1981,
This model of slide does have a physical “stop” feature at the rear of the slide to prevent the drawer from over-closing, but we would not recommend using it as the only safeguard for stopping a fully inset drawer. Lighter drawers may “bounce” when they reach the stop at the end of the slide. In addition this style of slide is not designed for the level of fine adjustment needed to allow a fully inset drawer front to stop perfectly level with the frame, which could cause an uneven appearance when closed. Kind Regards, emccollum
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131/2 inch drawer--will 12" work?

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Dallas, TX
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January 2, 2016
My drawer is 13 1/2" -- will the 12" slide work all right?
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July 7, 2016
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Yes, this will work. The drawer will not come out as far as when it had slides with the maximum length, but it will work just fine.
If you picked the next size (14"), your drawers won't close all the way.
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January 12, 2016
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The answer depends upon the type of cabinet it is being installed in. For a frameless cabinet the slide can be attached directly to the interior wall of the cabinet so a 12” should work well. In a face frame cabinet the slides will need to be supported by sockets (sold separately) in the rear of the cabinet, a 12” slide may not be long enough to reach the sockets at the rear of the cabinet. We would Read More
The answer depends upon the type of cabinet it is being installed in. For a frameless cabinet the slide can be attached directly to the interior wall of the cabinet so a 12” should work well. In a face frame cabinet the slides will need to be supported by sockets (sold separately) in the rear of the cabinet, a 12” slide may not be long enough to reach the sockets at the rear of the cabinet. We would recommend measuring the interior depth of the cabinet and using the next smallest slide length available (ie for a 15” cabinet a 14” slide would be the best choice). I hope this helps. Kind Regards, emccollum Read Less
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This will become my standard drawer slide There is nothing fancy about these slides, all they do is work as described, and that they do very well. I just finished a 4- drawer utility cabinet with the 18 inch slides yesterday, and I'm looking forward to the 7-drawer-12-inch project that's on my list for today. Just follow the (very simple) instructions. These slides almost extend full length, are self-closing and run smoothly, for a fraction of the costs of telescoping slides. They are also really easy to install: If you build a cabinet, you can install the halves that go on the side walls first, before assembling the cabinet, while the work piece iis still flat on your workbench. Same for the halves that go on the drawers - mount them on your workbench, and then just slide the drawer into the cabinet.. July 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Trash bin drawer The slides work well when installed and were easy to implement. I had no problems. December 15, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by They work just fine They do their job. I wish I knew if the weight limit were for the closed position or if that were for the leading edge at full open. (I'd really doubt the latter, but who knows?) It handles my 35# leading edge working load just fine. But I also put a roller in, just in case. July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product The only thing that can be improved upon is better guidance for selecting the proper length. I was unsure what the actual size would be for my situation. I probably could have used the next size, but made these work. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent (IF YOU INSTALL CORRECTLY) These will make your drawer slide gently and freely like air! BUT, only if you install it correctly, meaning make sure you them exactly lined up, and make sure they are level. Our house came with these on all the drawers, and many of our drawers have problems because whomever installed them did a bad job, not because of the rails. MAKE SURE THE rails ARE LEVEL and have the appropriate amount of space between themselves and the drawer/wall (or mounting stud), and they will work PERFECTLY like an expensive set of steel ball bearing slides for a fraction of the cost. Of course, I built my own drawers and the rails I mounted them on, so I was easily able to adjust those factors. I turned some fake drawers into real drawers in my kitchen using these rails. I would recommend these rails (just make it a perfect fit and also level and your drawer and it will glide perfectly using these rails) January 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by match matched an existing one that was broken xxxxxxxxxxxx January 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good cheap product that works My son's computer desk had a fancier system with ball bearings. The grease made a mess when it broke. This is easier, cleaner and actually feels stronger. Have the same on my desk and it's been working fine for 15 years. Screws seem a little iffy, but with drilling a pilot hole first, seem to hold fine. December 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by As ordered Just what I ordered and came in the time span promised August 7, 2014
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