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rbigcal
05-31-2014, 07:33 PM
Is there a way to release the vanity drawer slides, so the drawer can be removed from the main box?

bezhawk
05-31-2014, 08:14 PM
There should be some small screws in the front of the drawer that are the stops for the slides. Remove them, and the tray slides right out.

rbigcal
05-31-2014, 08:20 PM
There should be some small screws in the front of the drawer that are the stops for the slides. Remove them, and the tray slides right out.
No screws that I can see

rbigcal
06-01-2014, 06:32 PM
No screws used anywhere on this vanity, nothing but rivets and spot welds. I had to bend tabs on rear end of slides to allow it to pass stops. These slides are similar to ones that used to be used on tool box drawers, where you used a feeler gauge to press down stops. You can see the stops through small holes. I tried to depress them but could not get it down enough.

53k
06-02-2014, 07:46 AM
Is there a way to release the vanity drawer slides, so the drawer can be removed from the main box?
As I remember, there are three screws holding the entire vanity in place. Remove the vanity and modify the slide stops where you can see what you're doing.

rbigcal
06-02-2014, 11:52 AM
As I remember, there are three screws holding the entire vanity in place. Remove the vanity and modify the slide stops where you can see what you're doing.

I'm doing a complete resto on this car and just put the dash back in. The vanity was taken out many months ago. It had rust issues like most everything else on the interior. I got it apart by bending the stop tabs in the back. Already have it bead blasted and epoxy primer applied. Had to remove small rivets holding mirror and mirror support springs.