Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Reconjack Only option, horrible material, half broke upon install
These brackets are the only option for installing Liberty's slides to a face frame cabinet (which most off the shelf, pre-made cabinets are). They are made of injection molded plastic which warps and the rear portion that gets screwed into the back of the cabinet breaks when the screws are fastened into the six holes (the material is crushed by the screw torque, and yes I understand you have to take it easy and not use an impact driver, either way you do it, the plastic is worthless in this application). I spoke with customer service at Liberty who explained they used to make metal brackets but no longer do, I asked her to inform her engineering dept of this issue as the slides themselves are very well made, heavy and should have metal supporting them. She mentioned that plastic is used to allow the rear bracket to flex when the drawer is opening or closing to which I replied, flex should not be an issue if they are properly installed, spaced, and leveled. She sent out free replacements at no charge which was very nice, so Liberty gets an A+ for customer support, but I hope their engineering department at least provides the option in the future for metal if desired.
June 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DiGi These fit with the slides
In order for my slides to fit into the cabinet we had to purchase these. They are easy to install and fits perfectly with the slides.
May 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by h2mikeo2 A Necessity
When installing the liberty ball bearing type soft close slide rails, these kits are a must for the type of cabinets where the space is not confined to the drawer.
February 13, 2016