Many old tool chests have what I’ll call trays. If I am looking into the chest, they would run left to right on ridges on each inside side of the chest. They then slide front to back (or back to front) in order to access whatever is below. Some had two layers deep, some three. Unless you move these things front to back perfectly (which is impossible) they get crooked and jam. You have to carefully work to move each side front to back at the same time.
Anyone know how to “grease” the sides so they won’t jam? Obviously grease is not good, but I trust you get my point.
Or, who should I ask about this?
Alan – planesaw