GrayGhost Posted April 4, 2017 Share Posted April 4, 2017 Are you sure one of you doesn't sleepwalk with a sledgehammer? Don't know why or when Oliver switched over to the drawer mechanisms you have, but it looks like they need to rethink the change. The ones we have are rock-solid, screws are in the sides of the drawers, and do not come open underway. I don't have anything to measure the force required to open our drawers, but it's at least 10lbs and they never come open on the road. (Ours has a short drawer under the sink rather than the one that pulls down like yours.) With the location being so low on the door for those short screws means a lot of leverage is being put on them. The manufacturer should have provided longer screws. Looks like Oliver (and customers) are learning the hard way that Oliver will need to use different screws..... and probably fill the screw holes with 3m 5200 when putting the longer screws in. GrayGhost 2015 Legacy Elite II Hull # 98 2020 F150 3.5 EcoBoost Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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