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Fred wrote at 2010-02-28 20:43:43


That is a Kenlin socket.  It probably says Kenlin on it.  You can order replacements here:



http://www.swisco.com/Heavy-Duty-Kenlin-Socket-Rite-Trak-Drawer-System/pd/Replac




SergioVicente wrote at 2012-05-09 03:13:28
Here is the website to buy the part:  



http://www.swisco.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?


Gary wrote at 2012-12-11 19:19:10
Based on your photo, it looks to be a Kenlin guide. Follow the link below. I just stumbled on this question as I was searching for (and found) the same slides/guides for a client of mine.



http://www.swisco.com/Kenlin-Drawer-Socket-Rite-Trak-Drawer-System/pd/Replacemen


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