Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 38
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by HEADKNOCKER Nice "Heavy Duty" Drawer Rail
I bought "ONE" of these to replace the drawer slides of my garbage can holder in my custom Haas cabinets, which BTW lasted 20+ years, I worked pretty good other than the inner most brackets where different but all the rest exactly the same, So I dismantled each slide & put the old brackets on & reassembled & simply screwed the units in place, The other inner rails were just screwed to the drawer assembly with supplied screws..
Slid together & it's working great & hopefully will be going for another 20 years, You gotta figure the garbage can gets open about 100 times a day & being the last one lasted 20 years that's way over a million openings & has about 20 pounds hanging on it at all times..
Great Item at a great price..
March 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by skip Very good purchase
I had no problems installing the drawer slides. Excellent quality
March 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Follis Isn't there an easier way to install drawer slides?
These drawer slides are of good quality and no worse to place than others I have done. The problem, as always, is spacing them so they are exactly parallel. If your normal tolerances are 1/16, think 1/32. The width between door slides on the cabinet needs to be equal between the front and back. The door needs to be square with the same width from to back within 1/32. If you meet these tolerances, they will slide like a dream. If you don't, add lots of time and frustration to the project.
July 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by NorthWet Great product if installed correctly
I've used other drawer slides and for the money, these can't be beaten. If you are looking for 'soft close' or 'self closing' then this product is NOT for you. But they work well provided you take the time to install them correctly. I recommend using a torpedo level when installing them. The instructions just say to make sure the front and back are the same height but the level provides more accuracy. They also need to be installed at 90 degrees to the face of the cabinet. Also make sure that the distance between the slides is the same at the back as in the front., this prevents binding and that 'sticking' feeling when opening or closing. The rear sockets and front clips are not included so you will need to purchase those separately. I wish they just included them in the same package. Take your time when installing, allow for the stated clearances, make sure they are level and not racked, and you will love these.
January 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by rsc Purchased 5 set of Liberty soft sliders
After purchasing 5 set one fell apart the other would not line up with cabinets. rechecked all cabinet measurements unit will not close correctly. Liberty as far as I am concerned has Junk Material.
December 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by digger these drawer slides are awesome!
Sick of closet clutter and the cost of installing pre made closet organizers, I decided to take up woodworking and build my own. I started with a chest of drawers and some shelves and since have made 4 more chests. I have now purchased 20 Liberty drawer slides from Home Depot. They're easy to install and roll so smoothly I have to open a drawer when walking by just to enjoy my accomplishment. Planning my next project that will definitely include more Liberty drawer slides.
January 6, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by freesteamin Well Made but doesn't slide very easily
I bought these to install in a workbench I built. They seem to be well made, similar to others that I have purchased from other suppliers. I haven't loaded the drawers yet so I don't know how well they will work when some weight is on them and I can't assess their durability. I did note though that the the drawers open much more stiffly than other drawer slides. They are fine for utility purposes but I wouldn't want them in my kitchen or for other such uses.
February 11, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ps55 Drawer slide
Slides work well but tolerance is tight. Make sure gaps on sides of drawers is as close as possible.
November 3, 2015