TAIMING rear drawer socket

A home owner from Miami says:
I am looking for a rear socket for a bottom mounted drawer slide of 21". The name on the slides say TAIMING so I don't know if it's specifically made for that brand , it made of off white plastic like material with an adjustable slide? and I can't seem to find it anywhere. Help.... Thank you
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
I'm afraid I'm not familiar with that brand. What is the size of the opening that accepts the track? That's probably the most important aspect of a drawer socket. Assuming you can find something with the same sized opening, and an equivalent length, you could possibly get away with using a substitute. I recommend looking through our selection of drawer sockets and seeing if you could use anything here. Keep in mind most of our sockets mount to the back of the cabinet with screws.
A home owner from AVentura Fl says:
It looks like 32-012 , is that adjustable ,I mean does the internal part move from side to side?
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Yes, it does. I recommend carefully going over all the information we have on the 32-012 store page, including the product description and dimensions. We list all the important details there.
A quick learner from Miami, FL says:
This what it looks like
User submitted a photo of drawer hardware.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Ah, I see. I don't believe our 32-012 will replace this. This looks more like our 32-132. This isn't exact, but it functions in a similar way. See what you think.
A home owner from New York says:
This will work, i have the same TAIMING slide as pictured and I guess folks have the same issue (the plastic breaking). The plastic plugs are slightly larger on the 32-132 so I had to enlarge the holes on the wall and I had use longer longer screws to attach the undermount to the wall so its secure but the components fits and its relatively level. Good thing you guys sell these. I would have had to make jerry rig something had you not sold them.
A home owner from CT says:
I had the same TAIMING slide as well. Slightly enlarging the holes in the back of the cabinet and these (32-132) not only work perfectly (better actually), but are easily 3-4 times sturdier. Thank you Swisco.
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