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75-lb. Stainless Steel Full Extension Drawer Slide - Sugatsune (22")

Item #
23931
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(1) Pair of 75-lb. Stainless Steel Full Extension Drawer Slides
More Information
Brand Sugatsune
Manufacturer Part Number ESR-3813-22
Weight 2.6000
Tech Spec
  • Load Rating: 64 ~ 92 lbs
  • Three Member
  • Material: 304 Stainless Steel
  • Full Extension
  • Front Disconnect
  • Non-handed
  • Screws not included
Technical Documents
Load Rating 75 lbs
Extension Full Extension
Finish Stainless Steel
Length 22"
Mounting Method Side Mount
4.5 / 5.0
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Great quality all around
Super product - easy to install - operates flawlessly
August 17, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Excellent Stainless slides
I used these SS slides when I rebuilt the cabinetry on my Bertram sport fishing boat. The boat is in salt water 24 - 7 - 365 and when underway everything on board generally takes some pounding and flexing. These slides are tough, work great, hold a lot of weight and after a year in this harsh environment, there is still not a spot of rust on them. Cannot say enough about how impressed I am with this product.
December 11, 2015
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Good Slide So Far
I went straight to Rockler to order these slides because they had so much more thorough information about them. I could have picked up something from the box stores (I feel like a kid in a toystore in there!) but none had information regarding weather resistance. These slides are rated for outdoor use and while they're rated at a much higher weight capability than I needed, knowing my future-father-in-law's Big Green Egg table will not corrode from being outside is very important. Once installed these slides are working well and smoothly. I look forward to many years of brownie points! :)
November 17, 2014
Nice solid slide, however stainless screws...
Nice solid slide, however stainless screws were not included,so have some on board.
September 20, 2010
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To replace drawer slides in outdoor kitchen that were flooded in Hurricane Harvey
noflynn on Mar 18, 2019
This is a similar replacement to a non-stainless set on my BBQ. Your site listed them as a pair. Other sites show the item as an 'each'. I couldn't take the chance elsewhere and wind up with a single slide.

You describe them better.
R O on Jan 2, 2019
To replace drawer slides in outdoor kitchen that were flooded in Hurricane Harvey
noflynn on Mar 18, 2019
installing shelf/drawer in pantry cabinet
William W on Jan 26, 2019
This is a similar replacement to a non-stainless set on my BBQ. Your site listed them as a pair. Other sites show the item as an 'each'. I couldn't take the chance elsewhere and wind up with a single slide.

You describe them better.
R O on Jan 2, 2019
price
Leslie Ludwig L on Nov 26, 2018
For a tray to hold car batteries for a DC electric system in a cabin. Tray will slide out from under cabin.
John R on Dec 24, 2017
Old pair rusted.
Ricky P on Feb 16, 2017
outside use
Art O on Aug 18, 2016
Outdoor Kitchen
Tim S on May 16, 2016
Non-Ferrous
Do K on Mar 28, 2016
Will work as a durable replacement for OE in a motor home.
Bill H on Feb 26, 2016
Looking for slide that can handle weight with full extension.
Georgianne S on Jul 12, 2015
Outdoor Bar Cabinets
Eugene C on Jun 15, 2015
Stainless steel, perfect for a marine use.
Brian C on May 5, 2015
installing shelf/drawer in pantry cabinet
William W on Jan 26, 2019
price
Leslie Ludwig L on Nov 26, 2018
I am looking to make an outdoor sliding gate for my deck. Would these be suited for outdoor use? Also, what is the full length when extended ?
Anthony P on Jun 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi, I installed these on a sliding exterior privacy screen a year ago. The slides themselves held up to the elements so far. Since they are not designed to handle much lateral or sideways force, they can pop off track. For a sliding gate, I'd think a small amount of pressure would also pop them off track. (when mounted for a drawer at opposite ends, very little sideways force can be applied).
Best Regards,
Bryan
What type of back of cabinet mount does this drawer slide require?
Cookie on Dec 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You only need a rear bracket with a face frame application. It doesn't appear that Rockler stocks a rear mounting bracket for these stainless sugatsunes. My guess is that you could likely use one of the universal brackets that they stock. If your application requires weather resistance, first spray the brackets with a rust inhibiting spray paint.
How much room is needed between draw and side of cabinet? I have 1/2' on each side.
Cecil B on Mar 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Your question reminds me of the movie "Spinal Tap".

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!

John
I'm looking to use these to support a solar panel that I can slide out from underneath the roof rack of my vehicle. The solar panel measures 40" x 20" x 1.4" thick and weighs 15 lbs. I plan on mounting these on the 20 inch side. Any issues with this weight/size or having these exposed to the elements?
Michael K on Oct 25, 2017