PRICING NOTE: Although our top (3) choices are more expensive (per unit)... they are priced equally to most or even less than others when you consider how many units are needed in a typical kitchen. That's because levelers that mount to the "SIDES" of the cabinets as opposed to the "Floor" of the cabinets... are capable of supporting much more weight (see: Load capacity)... therefore they only require levelers at each "seam". (where two cabinets are joined together forming a "cabinet run"). Shims of course are the cheapest possible method (although the worst possible choice for cabinets and countertops).
Levelers 1 - 3 are able to be shared at the cabient "seams" reducing the total count / cost.
(8) sets (front & rear) are needed for this kitchen.
Levelers 4 - 7 must be installed on every coner of every cabinet raising the total count / cost.
(12) sets (front & Rear) are needed for this kitchen.