Tool Chest Drawer Organizer – The feet of each drawer of a toolbox can wear out and break with prolonged use. Damage landslides can cause a drawer to become difficult to move and get stuck. Replacing slippage is not a difficult task if you have the correct spare parts for your toolbox. In some cases, slides in a toolbox could allow non-standard replacements for work, but this is not a common design with all models. Getting the correct replacement drawer tools for your toolbox model is the only way to ensure replacements work properly.
Slide the toolbox drawer all the way. Look along the sides of the drawer where the landslides are touching the toolbox. Press both tabs in with your fingers. By pressing the tabs on the deactivates, which allows the drawer to come out of the toolbox. Pull the drawer out to remove it from the toolbox. Remove the screws that hold the slide towards the side of the drawer.
Attach the replacement slide to the drawer using the same mounting holes as the initial slide. The left and right side feet are mirror images of each other. Place the second replacement slip on the other side of the drawer using the same method you used for the first glide. Push the drawer into the toolbox. It is not necessary to press down on the tabs to insert the drawer into place. The chips only prevent the drawer from being extract all the way.