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No-Cut Frame Slider Install

Just picked up a pair of no-cut sliders from ebay. Just some cheap ones for now until next year, might upgrade to some woodcrafts . The thing is, they came with no intallation paperwork! Does anyone know how to? Sorry if it's a stupid question.. seems like it should be pretty simple.
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Try using the search feature. Countless others have asked the same question. If they are no-cuts, then yes it is incredible simple. Just do one side at a time to be on the safe side.
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Try using the search feature. Countless others have asked the same question. If they are no-cuts, then yes it is incredible simple. Just do one side at a time to be on the safe side.
Hahahahah. One side at a time!! How else would you do them?
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Hahahahah. One side at a time!! How else would you do them?
If you're feeling adventurous... both sides at one time.
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Re: No-Cut Frame Slider Install

Left one should be the one with the bracket and the right one should be without. They can only go on 1 way so it shouldn't be hard to figure out.
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Hahahahah. One side at a time!! How else would you do them?
ahahahah

BTW, if you google it, you'll find your answer in 0.00022 seconds (not being a dick but...)

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Yeh you can google it and it comes up. How do you think the google link got there? Usually its from people asking a question on how to do it, so what is wrong with just stating how to do something thats how more links generate which usually gives you diffrent opinions as well. So if your not gunna state how to do something and just tell someone to search for the links why bother even posting.

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