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La verdad este tipo de correderas son extremadamente baratas, compré este producto en particular porque se acercaba al precio del tipo de producto en tiendas físicas, considerando que la descripción decía "2 pares" pero lamentablemente se referían a un juego de correderas: 5 elementos 2 en cajón y dos en estructura para completar el set y no a 2 pares de ejuegos para 2 cajones. Sinceramente recomiendo que a este precio vayan a su proveedor local y compren los juegos necesarios, sí tendrán que salir de casa pero estoy seguro que por lo que pagan aquí compran 2 o 3 juegos.
Overall, these are usable with rework, proper support and your own supply of additional screws. The metal is thin, so the rails are flimsy. Not a problem for the rail that attaches to the drawer, but the rail that attaches to the cabinet needs extra support. There are two methods to attach the rail on the cabinet, 1) frame mount which is directly to the side walls and 2) face mount with rear drawer sockets (Prime-Line R 7227). I don't see how these can be used with the rear drawer socket. I used the frame mount method and so I could add extra support as needed. I can not see how these could be used for the face mount considering how flimsy they are. Screw holes on both the drawer and cabinet rails are not counter sunk to provide flush mounting of the flat head screws. This causes the roller to either jamb and/or wack the screw head with each open/close of the drawer. I could use a counter sink to fix/prepare all the cabinet rails, but didn't have a counter sink small enough in diameter to get inside the drawer slides so I was not able to put screws along the outside edge of the drawer, only along the bottom. The kit only comes with 12 screws, while the instructions suggest 4 screws per rail (4 rails x 4 screws = 16 screws).
Overall, low cost equals flimsy metal, more work and added support.
I don't know how this has 2k+ solid reviews... The rails, though, the right size and fit, we're not a good replacement. These rails as several reviews have stated are very thin and flimsy. I needed a replacement set for my son's dresser drawers. The fact that the holes and screws were not the right fit, allowed the screws to not be flush with the metal and the wheel would bump into every screw. With the constant opening and closing of the drawer, the wheel will certainly wear out in no time flat. For a couple of bucks more, I purchased almost identical slides that are thicker metal and the screws fit perfectly without bumping the wheel. The brand starts with a 'K' and used to be sold at HD big box home store. It seems everyone sells cheap crap nowadays and you end up paying more to buy it twice and wasted time. Rant over. Anyway, listen to the few negative reviews as they are on point. Stay away from this. There seems to be over 2000 people that think this is good quality. It's not, but if you're in a bind...go for it. And don't say I didn't warn you.
I bought some of these because the Liberty's were out of stock. Bad choice on my part. They are just not up to the quality of the Liberty slides. I actually uninstalled some of these and replaced them. The slides would bind and catch on the screw heads that they provided. Using the exact measurements provided by Prime-Line would often not work whereas Liberty's would be spot on. Do yourself a favor and just avoid this company.
If you do not need to mount the drawer slides to the rear of the cabinet using their rear mounts these slides may be fine by themselves. I needed to mount the slides to the rear of my cabinet. I used their PRIME-LINE R 7227 Rear Drawer Track Sockets to mount the slides to the rear of my cabinet. The rear mounts have a lot of slop or play in them for the drawer slides. This has my drawers hitting the rear mounts when I try to close the drawer. This prevents the drawer from closing. I could fiddle around with them and use some shims to get it to work but for me this is not acceptable. If you do not need to mount the drawer slides to the rear of the cabinet using their mounts these slides may be fine. If you do need to mount the slides to the rear of the cabinet using their rear mounts, I would recommend buying a different brand of slide. One other thing the holes for the screws are not recessed which causes the screws to hit the wheels.
I get around to building the drawer for a custom cabinet, and there isn't any hardware in the package. The instructions clearly state "12 - #6 x 3/8 screws included".... now I need to go rummage around in my supplies for a while
Bought this product at the end of May 2020. In Dec. 2020 they failed. Plastic wheels on the portions that attach to the dresser frame bent. Claims of 75lb capacity are greatly over exaggerated. Maybe only while closed will they meet that rating! Drawer I used them for weighs about 45lbs fully loaded.