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Designing Your Basket System


Select a Frame
Select a frame size that will fit your height and depth.

Remember, you can stack frames on top of one another if you need a taller drawer system. The frames determine the height, and depth of your drawer system.

The frames provide the runners that hold the Stor-Drawer Baskets in place, so if you use frames you do not need glides or runners.

Use either a standard or compact frame, based on the depth of the space you have.
Select the Crossbars
Select a crossbar set to fit your available width.

Choose the Stor-Drawer Frame Crossbars in your choice width. Each crossbar has a series number assigned to it which represents the width of the basket frame. This series number will match the series number of the baskets you choose.
Select the Baskets
Now that you've built your frame - fill it with baskets.

Simply use the same width, or series number, of baskets that you chose for your Crossbars. The Standard Depth baskets will work with the Standard Depth Frames.

If you chose the Compact Depth Frame, use the Mini Series baskets. For the Compact Frame you can also use the Series 16 basket; just turn the basket so the 21 inch side is in front and use a Series 20 Width Crossbar.
A Note About Basket Selection
The baskets are named for how tall they are. For example, a 2-Runner Basket is two runners tall, meaning it glides on one runner and hangs down to block the runner below. A 1-Runner Basket does not obstruct any runners except the one it glides on.

Because of this, you should double-check your frames with your basket sizes. The number of runners on your frames should match the combined number of runners that your baskets will occupy. For instance, a 4-Runner frame could hold one 1-Runner Basket and one 3-Runner basket, but not two 3-Runner Baskets.

Any questions? Contact our Customer Service Department at 1-800-210-7712.
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