220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Drawer Slides - Centerline® 758 (16" to 28")
Solidly built to support loads of up to 220 pounds, these high-grade steel slides offer smooth, quiet operation for some of your heaviest applications. A positive stop prevents drawers from accidentally rolling open, while the trigger disconnect allows for simple drawer removal. Mounting hole pattern is consistent with all 32mm systems for easy installation.
- Sold in pairs and includes installation instructions and mounting hardware
- Steel ball-bearing action for smooth and quiet operation
- Trigger disconnect for easy drawer removal
- RoHS compliant, meeting the newest European and US ecological standards
- Made from high grade steel with an attractive zinc finish
- Tested to 50,000 cycles and backed by Rockler's limited lifetime warranty
- Replaces Accuride series 9301
- Requires 3/4" of side clearance
- Drawer needs 3/4'' clearance on both sides to accommodate slides.
(1) Package of Mounting Hardware
(1) Set of Instructions
|Manufacturer Part Number||No|
|Load Rating||220 lbs|
|Length||16'', 18'', 20'', 22'', 24'', 26'', 28''|
|Mounting Method||Side Mount|
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( they should provide more screws )
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I'll keep coming back for all my shop needs. Thanks!
10 months ago
We used the 500 pound slides which have worked well for years . They do get a little cranky at full extension but still function faithfully
My question: would this sliders work? The rating is 220 lbs and the TV set is only 60 lbs, but it's mounted at the very end of the sliders and I'm looking to slide it out as much as possible (28"). Am I "in violation" of any design parameters? Thank you very much! Manuel
I had a mirrored sliding door that I used the slides on and it worked out quite well. The door had a weight of about 60 lbs like your TV. At full extension I had a drop in the out side edge but you will have some of that with any slide. The slider is rated high enough to be used and not fail. I am not an engineer but that has been my experience.
Hope this helps you out.
I have no idea. Are the existing slides of the compactor broken? If so, I think you'd be better off getting replacement slides from Kitchenaid or a reputable appliance parts house. Those will be designed to fit whereas trying to adapt the Centerline slides may be a challenge, or, they might fit right in. For a compactor the Centerline slides should certainly be able to handle the load.
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