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Thread: Whats best, Bearings, Guides or Wood for Drawers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothrun View Post
    Ive looked on their site today and only seen 60kg and 225kg slides, 60kg right on the boarder for me and 225kg will hold pigs up. im hopin for more like 100kg, ill check em out tomorrow

    thanks
    They still do the 100kg

    http://uesint.com/shop/industrial-dr...kg-420-76-362/

    I wish I grabbed some from work before I left the mob that i worked for, could of done my own draws

    Let me know how much you can get them for if u decide 2 go the UES ones and I'll see if I can get a better price
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    From memory I got the 125kg 1000mm extension slides, they were roughly $80 a pair. I got two pairs of locking ones, but if I did it again I would get one pair of locking and one pair normal then swap one side so each drawer had only one locking slide. Only having to activate one little latch per drawer would make opening and closing much easier but you would still be able to lock the drawer in and out which is very very handy.
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    Thanks for the offer NGQ4.2, Ill head into Dandy tomorrow and get back to ya,

    If ya hadda grabbed a pallet before ya left the mob ya coulda bought yaself some black widow drawers lol

    Cheers

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    How about smaller drawers? am filling up some of the space beside my fridge with smaller ones. don't think that i need bearings etc...thoughts?

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    I use UHMW (tough as nails nylon) strip for my full size draws..
    Easily 40 kilo in the recovery draw and it slides very well..
    I like timber and nylon as you loose stuff all room between the draws..
    Just search westy's draw build for the thread
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