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Model # 931405

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14 in. Soft Close Full Extension Side Mount Ball Bearing Drawer Slide 1-Pair (2 Pieces)
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  • Model 941405
  • Internet #205171302
  • Store SO SKU #666167
14 in. Soft Close Full Extension Side Mount Ball Bearing Drawer Slide 1-Pair (2 Pieces)
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14 in. Soft Close Ball Bearing Full Extension Drawer Slide (1-Pair)

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About This Product

These full extension drawer slides have a built in soft close feature that closes any drawer slowly and silently. Each medium duty pair of ball bearing slides can be used in frameless or face-framed cabinets and contains screws and installation instructions. (Additional installation brackets needed for face frame cabinets).

Product ID #: 203274011Internet #: 885785470732Model #: 931405

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Maximum Expandable Length (in.)14Product Height (in.)1.81 in
Product Width (in.)0.5 inSlide Length (in.)14 in


Builders Hardware Product TypeDrawer SlidesFeaturesSelf Closing
Finish FamilySpecialty FinishesMaterialSteel
Package Quantity2Returnable90-Day
Slide SystemFull ExtensionWeight load per set (lb.)50

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Manufacturer WarrantyLimited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

Q:Is this Center Mount?
by|Dec 21, 2012
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A:  Hi Rick, This product is a center mount drawer slide. It is not designed for side mount installation. Call your local Home Depot for availability. Just give them the store SKU number 666-167. Mike, The Home Depot Answer Man

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Sounds good on paper, but really stupid in real life.
The main feature of this is the soft close mechanism. The idea is that a "shock absorber" type mechanism takes control on the last couple of inches when closing the drawer. It makes it impossible for the door to slam shut. But, the trade-off is that you have to disengage the mechanism when you try to open the drawer. I had to pull VERY hard on 1 slide to get it to disengage. Obviously, there will be 2 of them on each drawer. You will have to yank on the drawer VERY HARD just to get it opened. I bought 4 pair today. I also returned all 4 of them today.
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I purchased these drawer slides for a dresser that I was builing for my wife. I was excited to receive them as they were soft close and I though that it would be a nice touch for her. Well after actually installing them, I realized how poor quality these things are. Two of them broke (out of 6 pairs) before I even got the dresser in the bedroom. They rattel around in the tracks, and dont allow the drawer to close properly. Instead of being proud of the dresser when I brought it up, Im pretty embarrassed.
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