46" Heavy Duty Locking Drawer Slide, FR5400-L

  • 46" Heavy Duty Locking Drawer Slide, FR5400-L
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Item #: 400448
Reg. Price: $239.95
Web Price: $211.94 Pair
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Heavy Duty Drawer Slides
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Description 

Fulterer LogoThe Fulterer FR5400.L, 46" Heavy Duty Locking Drawer Slide, can work as a lock-in only, or lock-in and lock-out drawer slide depending on the orientation of the slides. All you need to do is swap the left and right sides and the locking mechanism will operate in the other mode. Price is per pair, screws not included.
Manufacturer
Fulterer
Weight Class
450 lbs.
Series
See more: Fulterer FR5400L
Unit of Measure
Pair
Features
  • Lock-in and Lock-out or lock-in only depending on orientation
  • Up to 450 lbs. weight capacity
  • Full Extension
  • Precision ball bearings
  • Heavy-duty
  • 3/4" Installation width
  • Extension
    Full Extension
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    Whats Included
    1 Pair of drawer slides for 1 drawer.
    Type
    Side Mount
    Manufactured in
    Taiwan
    Installation width
    3/4"
    Height
    3"
    Closed Length
    46 inch
    Travel
    46"
    Disconnet
    No
    Disconnect Type
    None
    Color
    Zinc/Chrome
    Specifications
    Soft Close
    No
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    Email Support

    Reviews

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    by Tyler
    on 9/8/2017
    from Bishop, CA
    Poorly Designed Locking Mechanism
    The lock-in mechanism is dependent on cheap, thin, metal tabs which have extremely low clearance from the side of the drawer box. Eventually (a couple weeks for me), the slides develop enough play that the tabs will contact the drawer box and deform. You will have to use pliers and/or a hammer to re position the tab so the drawer works again. I am 6 months in and one of the tabs has completely broken off. I added a weld bead to the other tab to reinforce it, so it is still attached, but needs to be readjusted every few weeks. Avoid these slides, or get the non-locking version.
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