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A center mount slide without any wobble, this low profile
under mount slide maximizes space in kitchen and bath
cabinets as well as furniture drawers.
Maximize available space by mounting this low profile (1-
3/8'' W X 3/8'' H) ball bearing slide beneath your face
frame drawers. No hardware is visible on the drawer sides
when the slide is extended. Rigid steel rails easily support
35 pounds. Offers 3/4 extension and stable, wobble-free
movement. Slide needs no adjustments during installation.
- Kitchen and bath cabinets
- Bedroom and dining room case goods
- 3/4 extension
- Eliminates side space requirements
- Steel ball bearings
- Single slide concealed under drawer
- Lengths 13'' - 23''
- 35 lb./16 kg. load
- Friction disconnect
- Clear zinc
- Supplied with adjustable rear mounting brackets
Price is per each slide.
Rockler Item # 32532
- Slide Length: 13''
- Fits Drawer Lengths: 10-5/8'' to 12-1/2''
- Fits Cabinet Lengths: 13'' to 14-1/2''
Rockler Item # 32540
- Slide Length: 15''
- Fits Drawer Lengths: 12-5/8'' to 14-1/2''
- Fits Cabinet Lengths: 15'' to 16-1/2''
Rockler Item # 32557
- Slide Length: 17''
- Fits Drawer Lengths: 14-5/8'' to 16-1/2''
- Fits Cabinet Lengths: 17'' to 18-1/2''
Rockler Item # 32565
- Slide Length: 19''
- Fits Drawer Lengths: 16-5/8'' to 18-1/2''
- Fits Cabinet Lengths: 19'' to 20-1/2''
Rockler Item # 32573
- Slide Length: 21''
- Fits Drawer Lengths: 18-5/8'' to 20-1/2''
- Fits Cabinet Lengths: 21'' to 22-1/2''
Rockler Item # 32581
- Slide Length: 23''
- Fits Drawer Lengths: 20-5/8'' to 22-1/2''
- Fits Cabinet Lengths: 23'' to 24-1/2''
Customer Reviews and Photos for:
Accuride Center Mount Slide for Face Frame Cabinets (Series 1029)
(53 customer reviews)
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1) Submitted by
DC, from Canby, OREGON
I found it was adaptable to my project, where I'm slightly recessing the drawer face into the front of an entertainment stand. I had to notch out the back bottom of the drawer for the slide and use independent supports instead than utilizing the face frame, but this allowed for a great method of hiding this bit of hardware. The slide made it easy to have only the wood in the project be visible when in use.
2) Submitted by
Craig Maynard, from Beaverton, MI
I like these slides, they are easy to line up and install I think they will be used in future cabinet projects. I used them in a 3 drawer cabinet that I built for a nephew.
3) Submitted by
janet, from Coshocton, OH
Installed them on antique sideboard drawers and they worked good, at least allowed the drawers to slide better. Did not need anything with all the bells and whistles, just functional. Worked fine.
4) Submitted by
Peter, from Newton, MA
Great problem solver for retrofitting old 20" deep kitchen under-counter drawers. I have (at least) 50 year old face frames with wooden center rail sliders. The sliders & drawer edges were very worn, and I had less than 1/4" to work with on the drawer bottom, and less than 1/2" for side rails. Plus, the old center rails were nailed and glued in, making removal difficult.
I wound up using 2 slides per drawer so I didn't have to take out the old center slides, and I didn't have to use the corner glides (and shim them because of wear). These slides aren't as stiff as side slides (as others have pointed out), but they're inexpensive enough that 2 per drawer isn't that bad.
With 2 slides, even heavy loaded drawers (silverware, and a 26" wide utensil drawer) seemed solid enough. I even used 4 more slides to make slide out platforms for both my 2 pots & pans shelves, which are also 26" wide and pretty heavily loaded. True, telescoping full length pull out slides are nicer, as these are only 3/4, but for the price, I'm happy and my wife is thrilled. I did have to slightly notch my frame rails to lower the slides slightly (used a vibratory tool, cut was flush at back).
The drawer part of the slide screws into the drawer back edge, which is pretty thin. My drawers were kind of beat up, so I added 3/4x3/4 cleats to beef them up and then could screw to that. I'll be buying another batch to finish all my drawers and may make some more shelve slides, too.
5) Submitted by
Craig Brown, from Germantown, MD
Purchased slides for a custom entertainment center I am building. Slides were easy to install on slidig shelves and seem to hold a good amount of weight.
6) Submitted by
Roger C. Van Dalsem, from Tulsa, OK
Easy to install in less than 30 minutes total. Now even though the drawer contains about thirty pounds of silverware opens without much effort. Plus the drawer no longer drops down in the front as if the drawer was going to fall compeltely out of the cabinet.
7) Submitted by
Tom, from Grants, NM
I thought these would be more study, the drawer become very bouncy when you get near the end of the slide. I tried pop-riveting at support to the bottom of the slide but it made no difference. Next I plan to try an angle brace at the back of the drawer down to the slide to see if it minimizes the bounce. I recommend buying one and trying it out before doing all of you drawers this way. The teflon slide are also very low strength and impossible to install without pre-drilling a hole for the nail otherwise the nail breaks out or pushed through the weak plastic.
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