Heavy-gauge epoxy drawer slides are incorporated with white epoxy-coated steel drawer sides to let you make drawers like a pro! All you have to do is make the bottom, front and back and install. Thin drawer side material gives you more space; plus, it won't warp or split. Sides also have ready-made channel for 1/4" thick drawer bottoms.Drawer sides are 3-1/2" high x 22" deep.Drawer extends 4-1/2" less than overall length.Rated for up to 75 pounds.Works on inset or overlay.
Get the ultimate performance, including full-extension slides, a drawer-silencing feature and the ability to side- or flat-mount for a number of applications. Heaviest rated slide available.Use for large pantry pulloutsTool storage pulloutsWide lateral file drawersVehicular storage drawers.Load ratings are dependent upon slide usage. Side- or flat-mounting increases versatility. Full extension provides better drawer access. Additional mounting holes allow easier installation. Drawer-silencing feature provides quieter movement. Slide measures 3" H x 3/4" W.For moderate usage, such as for computer access drawers or power back-up systems storage, the slides are load rated at 500 lbs. per pair. Drawer width to 18". Cycled 10,000 times.For frequent use, including in large pantry pullouts, toolboxes, modular storage, the slides are load rated at 400 lbs. per pair. Drawer widths to 42" and cycled 75,000 times.For vehicle mounts, including in RV and truck bodies and for emergency vehicle power supply units, the slides are load rated to 300 lbs. per pair. Drawer widths to 32". Cycled 10,000 times.For flat-mounting anywhere side space is limited, the slides are load rated at 150 lbs. per pair. Drawer widths 32" and cycled 10,000 times.Price is per pair of slides.PLEASE NOTE: We DO NOT carry all sizes listed on the Accuride Product Information Sheet.Click to see Accuride Mounting Brackets (Series 9301)
These rear mounting brackets allow you to use our Shop Basics GS757 Over-Travel Drawer Slides (e.g. 43765, sold separately) with face frame cabinets. With no need to build out the sides of your cabinet with spacers, you'll save on both time and materials. The front end of the slide is simply screwed to the inside edge of the face frame, while the rear end slips into the brackets, which are screwed to the cabinet back. Designed for use with Shop Basics GS757 Over-Travel Drawer Slides (e.g. 43765, sold separately).Sturdy steel construction.Slotted holes for easy adjustments.