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 The following chapter is copied from the [[http://​www.accuride.com/​Resources/​PDF/​2907-R6-0912.pdf|original user manual of the rails]]: The following chapter is copied from the [[http://​www.accuride.com/​Resources/​PDF/​2907-R6-0912.pdf|original user manual of the rails]]:
  
-1. Slide chassis member (smallest) is removable. Separate slide members by lifting left hand side lever up, and right hand side lever down. Keep slide chassis members with original outer members. +  - Slide chassis member (smallest) is removable. Separate slide members by lifting left hand side lever up, and right hand side lever down. Keep slide chassis members with original outer members. 
- +  ​- ​Slide has front and rear adjustable EIA brackets. Attach front brackets to outer slide member using #8-32 machine screws by aligning access slots on brackets to outer member holes. Front brackets can be mounted flush or 1/2" [12.7 mm] back from front of slide based on user needs. 
-2. Slide has front and rear adjustable EIA brackets. Attach front brackets to outer slide member using #8-32 machine screws by aligning access slots on brackets to outer member holes. Front brackets can be mounted flush or 1/2" [12.7 mm] back from front of slide based on user needs. +  ​- ​Establish distance from front cabinet rail to rear cabinet rail and attach rear brackets to slide. **Do not** fully tighten rear bracket mounting screws until final adjustment is made. 
- +  ​- ​Insert removable locator pin into center hole of brackets. 
-3. Establish distance from front cabinet rail to rear cabinet rail and attach rear brackets to slide. **Do not** fully tighten rear bracket mounting screws until final adjustment is made. +  ​- ​Slide will mount to various cabinet rails at various locations on side of chassis. See illustrations at right. 
- +  ​- ​Place slide into desired position and fully extend against EIA rails. Locator pins will support slide and bar nut while attaching screws. 
-4. Insert removable locator pin into center hole of brackets. +  ​- ​Attach slide to EIA rail with #10-32 screws and fasten with bar nuts. Once screws are secure, remove locator pins. Do not fully tighten screws until final adjustment is made. 
- +  ​- ​Mount slide chassis members (smallest) to the chassis. 
-5. Slide will mount to various cabinet rails at various locations on side of chassis. See illustrations at right. +  ​- ​With cabinet members in the open or closed position, bring ball retainer to full forward position. Install chassis by engaging the slide members and close completely. **Locks will engage on initial insertion and must be released to fully close.** Check slide alignment by opening and closing the chassis. Any sign of binding indicates lateral stress or misalignment. 
- +  ​- ​Adjust slide position until movement is smooth. Tighten all screws and complete installation.
-6. Place slide into desired position and fully extend against EIA rails. Locator pins will support slide and bar nut while attaching screws. +
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-7. Attach slide to EIA rail with #10-32 screws and fasten with bar nuts. Once screws are secure, remove locator pins. Do not fully tighten screws until final adjustment is made. +
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-8. Mount slide chassis members (smallest) to the chassis. +
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-9. With cabinet members in the open or closed position, bring ball retainer to full forward position. Install chassis by engaging the slide members and close completely. **Locks will engage on initial insertion and must be released to fully close.** Check slide alignment by opening and closing the chassis. Any sign of binding indicates lateral stress or misalignment. +
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-10. Adjust slide position until movement is smooth. Tighten all screws and complete installation.+
  
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