Series 757 SC 100 lb. Self-Closing Full Extension Centerline Lifetime Slide  Zoom

100-lb. Self-Closing Full Extension Drawer Slides - Centerline® 757 SC (16" to 22")

Drawers always close completely with a built-in self-closing mechanism.
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16" Series 757 SC 100 lb. Self-Closing Full Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides Item #: 45908
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$16.99

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18" Series 757 SC 100 lb. Self-Closing Full Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides Item #: 49226
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20" Series 757 SC 100 lb. Self-Closing Full Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides Item #: 44437
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22" Series 757 SC 100 lb. Self-Closing Full Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides Item #: 48607
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$19.99

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16" Series 757 SC 100 lb. Self-Closing Full Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides Item #: 45908
In Stock
 
  • Buy 5 for $15.29 each
Price:
$16.99
Pair
Quantity:
Total: $16.99

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18" Series 757 SC 100 lb. Self-Closing Full Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides Item #: 49226
In Stock
 
  • Buy 5 for $16.19 each
Price:
$17.99
Pair
Quantity:
Total: $17.99

Store Availability
20" Series 757 SC 100 lb. Self-Closing Full Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides Item #: 44437
In Stock
 
  • Buy 5 for $17.09 each
Price:
$18.99
Pair
Quantity:
Total: $18.99

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22" Series 757 SC 100 lb. Self-Closing Full Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides Item #: 48607
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  • Buy 5 for $17.99 each
Price:
$19.99
Pair
Quantity:
Total: $19.99

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Overview

An integral self-closing mechanism engages during the final 1-1/8" of travel, automatically guiding drawers closed and preventing accidental opening. Full extension travel provides easy access to the contents of the drawers. Slides feature a 100-lb. load capacity and compatibility with all 32 mm hole systems. Requires 1/2" + 1/32'' of side clearance.

  • Sold in pairs and includes installation instructions and mounting hardware
  • Self-closing spring mechanism
  • Steel ball-bearing action for smooth and quiet operation
  • Lever disconnect for easy drawer removal
  • Positive stop, preventing accidental opening
  • RoHS compliant, meeting the newest European and US ecological standards
  • Attractive zinc finish
  • Replaces Accuride series 3832
  • Rear brackets (47585, sold separately) required for mounting to face frame cabinets

 

Tech Spec

Load Rating 100 lbs
Extension Full Extension
Mounting Method Side Mount
Movement Self Closing

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I purchased these without reading the...

Guest from Scarborough, ME Posted June 8, 2013
I purchased these without reading the other reviews first. If I had, I would have avoided the self-closing feature. It is perhaps overly robust, however, but keep in mind that the drawer is rated for 100#. I was replacing slides in a overlay kitchen drawer and using end brackets to fasten slide to the rear of the cabinet. Fortunately, the store rep suggested a slide 1" longer than the drawer. This avoids the problem with the pin on the closing mechanism interferring with the drawer. Front-to-rear location of each drawer member of the mechanism is critical as both sliding members must contact the closers at the same time. I'm a little concerned over the long-term durability of the closers. Also, the closers slam the drawer against the cabinet face. The finish will mar w/o bumpers. Bottom line: They work, but think about really needing the self-closing feature.

I  found the pin associated with...

Laurel B from Bluffton, SC Posted May 13, 2013
I  found the pin associated with the self closing mechanism stuck out beyond the slide and prevented the drawer from opening and closing. I utilized one of my small routers to rout out a deeper recess in the drawer facing to accomodate the pin. Secondly, when installing the drawer with slides mounted for the first time, one must exercise extreme caution not to apply the slightest force in inserting the drawer. The metal retaining mechanism that holds the ball bearings in place is readily bent and if any resistence is encountered when inserting the drawer, it is a safe bet that the metal retainer is bent and at least one ball bearing is loose on on side. If so, remove drawer, inspect track closely and if retaining mechanism is bent! repositioned the ball bearing and with a small set of neddle nose pliers carefully compress the retaining mechanism around the ball bearing. I also had not expected to find the self clsing spring to be so stout. You can expect a more significant pull required to open the drawer. It will help to insure that you have completely freed the tracks from any bit of saw dust related to mounting track. This can be problematic as tracks are shipped well greased and sticky.

I chose to save a few dollars, and that was my biggest mistake.

Clark Posted September 19, 2014
I purchased these for a bathroom vanity. I didn't want to pay a lot of money since full extension slides get to be expensive. I found these for less than $20 a pair. I looked at the pictures and compared them to some others I was contemplating on buying. I chose to save a few dollars, and that was my biggest mistake.
The installation of these was easy just like any other full extension slide. I was not thrilled with the self closing mechanism, since it slammed the drawer closed it seemed. However, I didn't by the soft close slides, so I looked past it. As the construction of the vanity progressed, I needed to take out the drawers a few times. These slides could not handle it!
They were lined up perfectly and the operation was smooth, but after taking the drawers out for the first time I noticed ball bearings in the bottom of my cabinet. Inspecting the slides, I found that the metal tabs that hold the ball bearings in place had bent just enough to let the ball bearings out. This was annoying to say the least, but I went through and inspected the other slides and saw the same thing about to happen on almost all of them. I took a pair of pliers and bent the tabs down a little more to keep them from falling out. This helped only slightly, and over the course of the build I found a total of 24 ball bearings in the bottom of my cabinet from only 3 pair of slides. After I lost so many ball bearings, the operation of the slides became terrible.
I ended up replacing one pair that could not handle me removing and replacing the drawer. The other two remain in the vanity, but I am fearful that I'm going to get a call that they need replaced too.
Spend the money and get the ones you are avoiding buying because of price!

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