75-lb. Stainless Steel Full Extension Drawer Slide - Sugatsune (22")
|Manufacturer Part Number||ESR-3813-22|
|Load Rating||75 lbs|
|Mounting Method||Side Mount|
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I'm sure you mean 1/2"!
Yes, the spec on clearance in the width is 1/2" each side with a tolerance of +/- 1/32" TOTAL.
That said, this type slide really doesn't like to be crowded for width, even to the prescribed 1/32" limit. If you are not confident in your ability to execute the drawers to precise width +/- 1/32", it is best to err on the side of looser. It is FAR easier to shim up for width than it is to sand away or machine away excess.
If you need to build up thickness, you can determine the dimension by whatever means you feel appropriate, then apply a strip of double-sided tape to the slide, and stick on a shim of whatever thickness required.
If you force the slide into position in a too-loose opening, it will spit little ball bearings all over the place, and leave you crying.
These suggestions apply to ALL full-extension, side mount drawer slides of this type.
My experience with the Sugatsunes was that they are definitely a high quality rendition of the type.
All the best from sunny Dale, Texas!
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