Drawer slide

A home owner from Hazel green, al says:
There are no names or numbers on the item. The drawer back is .410 thick and the slide held on with a small staple. It was used on Bassett furniture in the 60's.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

I'm afraid we don't have a match for this drawer guide. I've actually never seen it before. Can you tell me what it does? If we can't supply this exact part, may be we can find something that fills the same role.

A home owner from Hazel green, al says:
When the drawer is pulled out and tilts down the guide contacts wood above the drawer and allows the drawer to slide smoothly. There is another guide under the drawer that supports the drawer weight. You have the bottom guide and i ordered some.
A home owner from Hazel green, al says:
Do you have any suggestions that might provide the same or similar function as the upper guide
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

Thank you for your patience while we look into this. Take a look at the 32-086 and 32-019 drawer guides, along with the lower nail in cabinet drawer guides 32-083 and 32-117. These aren't exactly like yours but they more or less function the same way. See if you could use these for your repair.


A home owner from Hazel green, al says:
What thickness will the tipper glide 32-019 fit over? That is a smaller glide but it might perform the same function.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Looking at the dimensions on its store page, it looks like the 32-019 tipper guide has a 5/16" gap.

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