How To Remove Drawers From A Craftsman Tool Box To Customize Your Storage

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As the above video from Off Road Endeavor details, to switch up the order of your Craftsman tool box drawers, begin by removing the open drawer unit itself from the slide bracket. Do this by pushing the little black levers located on the outer side of the brackets, lifting one side up and pushing the other down to release the drawer from the glide. To move the drawer slide to a different rung on the front and back rails, remove the rivet screw that secures it to the front rail, lift the glide upwards out of the front rail, and push the glide toward the back of the cabinet to disengage it from the rear rail. It’s worth noting that you will never need to remove the top set of brackets, as the upper drawer will always start at the top rung of the rail, regardless of size.

Once the drawer glides have been fully removed, determine the new placement of the slide brackets based on the height of the drawer. When you identify which set of holes you’ll be using, start by lining the glide up with the correct hole in the back rail and then pull it forward from behind the rail to hook it in. To attach the bracket to the front rail, slide the drawer glide down from above while applying pressure to hook the bracket into the hole in the rail, securing it in place with the rivet and reinstalling the drawer units. And your tool box is personalized.

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