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Old 01-22-2014, 08:10 PM   #113
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I wouldn't think the latches go on the backs-
I would think the latches go on the drawer fronts and cabinet faces- but I don't know for sure-
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Old 01-22-2014, 08:11 PM   #114
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My plastic current ones are on back - these are comparable in size and I think it will work out - may try an install tonight
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I wouldn't think the latches go on the backs-
I would think the latches go on the drawer fronts and cabinet faces- but I don't know for sure-

That's how they are mounted on the larger drawers and doors. Would definitely have to use a stubby screwdriver to mount the socket half in the confined opening of the smaller drawers. I expect there would be an alignment issue for the hook to enter the housing as the drawer is designed with vertical movement as it closes and theses catches don't have much tolerance.
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4 installed - the bottom 3 are installed like in the photo - the top one is installed at the front of the drawer

At lowest "tension" - these are noticeably tighter - ill end up torquing them down just a tad more and I think they will hold when driving but we shall seeClick image for larger version

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