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Liberty 18 in. Soft Close Ball Bearing Full Extension Drawer Slide (1-Pair)
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Liberty

18 in. Soft Close Ball Bearing Full Extension Drawer Slide (1-Pair)

  • Full extension, ball bearing drawer slides
  • Features soft close technology so your drawer closes silently
  • Mounts to the side of the drawer
$15.98 /each

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Prevent drawers from slamming shut with integrated soft-close drawer slide technology. Liberty Hardware’s Full Extension Soft-Close Drawer Slides are compatible with all major drawer and cabinet types. Sizes are available to fit most drawers, making these slides ideal for new construction, remodeling, and replacement projects.

  • Detailed instructions and mounting hardware included for easy installation (additional brackets needed for face-frame drawer construction)
  • Featuring soft-close functionality to close any drawer softly and silently
  • 14 in., 16 in., 18 in., 20 in., 22 in. and 24 in. lengths available to fit most drawer sizes
  • Full extension functionality allows for the entire drawer to be accessed
  • Click here to view our Drawer Slide Buying Guide

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Will this work on a 12" deep drawer?

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October 8, 2016
Will this work on a 12" deep drawer?
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October 8, 2016
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This will not work on a 12" deep drawer.
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My base cabinets are 24" deep with 1/2 face framing what size sliders would i need

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October 18, 2016
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Hello Dave, Thank you for your question. You will need a 22" Drawer Slide along with a Drawer Socket if you have a face frame cabinet. If you should need further assistance contact our Customer Care Team at 1-800-542-3789. Kind Regards, Customer Care Team
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Face Frame Clarification

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September 28, 2016
On June 18, 2014, the Liberty Rep said use bracket D806SEC-W-D for Face Frame cabinets. The on June 30th, 2014 said use D688SE-W-A. Two COMPLETELY different brackets. Which is it?
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October 5, 2016
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Hello ReasearchGorilla,
We thank you for you interest in our product. We do apologize for the confusion.
Model #D806SEC-W-D-Use to install ball bearing drawer slides to face frame cabinets
Model #D688SEC-W-TX Use to install European drawer slides to face frame cabinets
Kind Regards, emccollum
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Do you make a 24" bottom mount slide?

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July 26, 2016
I have Kraftmaid cabinets, do you make bottom mount slides that will fit?
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August 9, 2016
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Hello Ed,
That you for your question. Unfortunately we do not have a bottom Full Extension Slide.
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18 in. Soft Close Ball Bearing Full Extension Drawer Slide (1-Pair) is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 78.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Will never use again Expecting problems, I spent a lot of extra time making sure that I built my cabinet perfectly to start with. Installed first drawer then spent about an hour trying to fine tune it before realizing that these slides just don't operate smoothly no matter what. Hard to start pull, makes loud clicking noise, do not glide smoothly opening or closing, again loud click when it hits the soft close. Directions useless. Zero tolerance, zero adjustably. These slides did not make me look very good to the customer.
Date published: 2016-10-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Use Rockler Rear Brackets I purchased these and the Liberty rear brackets 'designed' for these slides. I installed everything to a T and bam, the drawer bottoms out an inch from closing. It was hitting the rear bracket. Thankfully, Liberty customer service provided me with the tech sheet, so I cross-referenced the slide with competitor brackets and the Rockler 757 series fit perfect and are flush fit. Everything now works great and I hope Kiberty sees this so they can redesign their horrible brackets, now!!!!
Date published: 2016-09-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from soft-close or hard-2-close? For almost $20 a pair, you get these hard to close slides. I wish the manual could help me solve the issue, but I just gave up and returned them
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I purchased 12 of these for a kitchen remodel. I should have read the reviews first, but I bough... I purchased 12 of these for a kitchen remodel. I should have read the reviews first, but I bought in store. They are built well and are sturdy, but have zero tolerance. After reading the reviews, you will find that anyone replacing their slides with these with stock cabinets have a good experience, but the low reviews are all from those that built their own cabinets, which is what I did. A couple are flawless and slide great, some are just hard to get to "grab" at the end, some pull out very hard and slide in easy and some pull out easy and are impossible to slide back in. One I opened and installed to find that the red tab was broken and will never work. They are almost impossible to figure out why they are doing what they are doing, there's not a intuitive tell. I took a couple drawers apart and re-built them (even though they were very square). One problem turned into a different problem. Are the slides not installed correctly? Are the drawers not perfectly exactly square? No easy way to figure it out. You could probably tweak them for hours and figure them out, but that's just incredibly frustrating. If I could do it again, I'd save a ton of money and buy the cheaper ones that are much, much more forgiving.
Date published: 2016-12-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I purchased 2 sets. One set was missing the hardware. Installation is easy. They are sturdy enou... I purchased 2 sets. One set was missing the hardware. Installation is easy. They are sturdy enough. These do not glide easily. One out of the four was not too bad but clearly had drag. I can open the slide in my hand, fully open hold vertical and it will stay open, so it is not an installation issue. I was able to free them up some by using bicycle chain lube. Maybe they will break in, we will see. The soft close mechanism works well, however, you have to pull pretty hard (we are talking hard for a kitchen drawer) to overcome the mechanism when opening. If these were being used for a toolbox or a drawer inside a vehicle I would say they would work well at keeping the drawer closed.
Date published: 2017-01-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I installed these on two drawers as replacements for the builder-grade nylon wheel bearing style ... I installed these on two drawers as replacements for the builder-grade nylon wheel bearing style slides which had broken. One installed OK and works fairly well with only a slight hitch when pulled out. I invested around 6 hours on the other one though and it still has a pronounce hitch about 3" from closed - going in and out. The cabinet pieces are square and parallel with each other to 1/16" - and the drawer is square to 1/32". I even used cardboard shims to get things to 1/32" increments. I've used similar ball bearing slides in new and old cabinets with no problems in the past. I can only assume that there's something parsnickity about these soft close slides. Never again.
Date published: 2017-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm building a tool chest out of white oak and I got these for all 7 of the drawers. I use a gui... I'm building a tool chest out of white oak and I got these for all 7 of the drawers. I use a guide or template when installing these so they are straight and even/level. I pre-drilled the wood and added a drop of oil to lube the wood so the screws would go in easier and not twist them off or break them. One top did break off. Still had plenty of holes to choose from to put in another. The slides are smooth acting and the soft close works well with the drawer empty or full. I like the full extension because I can easily get to the tools in the back of the drawer. Great product.
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very nice upgrade to any drawer, add on hardware isnt so great After figuring out that I needed 22 inch soft close slides for my 18 inch drawers in the kitchen, install wasn't all that difficult. The directions are about useless as the only measurement they give that's correct is the 1 1/4" mounting of the slide to the drawer itself. The add on rear brackets needed for any face frame drawer (most any pre-built type stuff is face frame as was the run of the mill drawers I bought from Home Depot years back that these were going into), aren't very well designed. For a heavy duty slide setup like this, the brackets you are forced to buy to make it work are plastic (part D806), and the screws that come with them are all but worthless, too small in length and head size. After figuring out the proper measurements to mount them to the rear inside of my drawer housing, I used 1 5/8 inch dry wall screws that seated and held much better. The initial setup (figuring out which ones you need, vice hardware) will be a pain, but once they're installed and leveled, they work as intended even allowing the entire drawer to slide out of the cabinet itself unlike the low end slides that keep roughly 1/4 of the drawer hidden at max. As these were the only reasonable option I've found that was readily available, they are a good value and I would use them again.
Date published: 2016-06-06
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