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16" Series 758 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides
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18" Series 758 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides
18" Series 758 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides Item #: 46277
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20" Series 758 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides
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22" Series 758 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides
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24" Series 758 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides
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26" Series 758 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides
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28" Series 758 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides
28" Series 758 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides Item #: 44070
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220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Drawer Slides - Centerline® 758 (16" to 28")

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220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Drawer Slides - Centerline® 758  (16" to 28") 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Drawer Slides - Centerline® 758  (16" to 28") 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Drawer Slides - Centerline® 758  (16" to 28")
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.
(2) Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Drawer Slides
(1) Package of Mounting Hardware
(1) Set of Instructions
More Information
Brand Centerline®
Manufacturer Part Number No
Weight 8.1600
Tech Spec
Tech Docs
Load Rating 220 lbs
Extension Full Extension
Warranty Lifetime
Finish Zinc
Length 16'', 18'', 20'', 22'', 24'', 26'', 28''
Mounting Method Side Mount
Movement No
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4.8 / 5.0
48 Reviews
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Great product. Easy install. Fair price.
Great product and easy installation. I used these slides for a 40” wide pantry wine drawer and they have carried the load beautifully with no signs of wear. My only critique would be the inclusion of a few more low profile screws, but hardly worth the complaint. I will certainly use these again.
August 6, 2018
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Two weeks in I would recommend these
I built a two drawers in my mobile home with these and they’re amazing. My heavy climbing gear is organized and easy to access. I learned a lot while putting these together, but I could have used more in depth instructions than what I received.
June 20, 2018
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beefy Slides for heavy loads.
Great set of heavy duty slides. Used them to replace worn out set of lighter duty slides on trash cabinet. Just had to adjust my cabinet because these are 1/4” wider than the originals.
June 19, 2018
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Very pleased with slides. Used for shelf for industrial grade electric grill.
May 14, 2018
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
These are well engineered sliders and worked perfectly ...

( they should provide more screws )
April 24, 2018
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Sturdy and very smooth to operate.
April 6, 2018
6 months ago
RV storage
I have not installed these yet. Will be used to replace under bed storage drawer in RV. They are built really well and I am sure the will work very well. The only thing is they are a little thicker than the ones being replace so might have to adjust the width of the drawer.
March 26, 2018
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Smooth and heavy built
We ordered 8 sets of the 24" drawer slides for drawers that we had built to organize our inventory in our HVAC shop. They work really well, although I can't speak on their longevity as we've only had them for a month. So far so good though. We plan on getting more in the future
March 1, 2018
8 months ago
The product worked perfectly! The people there were wonderful!
I'll keep coming back for all my shop needs. Thanks!
December 28, 2017
10 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
The rollers worked great. We were impressed with the quality and the slim size of the frames.
November 1, 2017
1 year ago
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Why did you choose this?
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Because I want stuff to slide.
Aaron S on Aug 10, 2018
I am going to use these for a musical keyboard workstation drawer as part of a studio desk I'm building. These should hold the weight pretty well.
Leander P on Jul 26, 2018
Because I want stuff to slide.
Aaron S on Aug 10, 2018
My drawers will be 28 inches wide and this slide would accommodate that width nicely.
Nancy K on Aug 9, 2018
I am going to use these for a musical keyboard workstation drawer as part of a studio desk I'm building. These should hold the weight pretty well.
Leander P on Jul 26, 2018
Have always had great results wit your products
Dave M on Jul 21, 2018
load capacity
eric m on Jul 20, 2018
i am sure this product will be the one i need
Don M on Jul 6, 2018
pantry drawer holding wine bottles.
Christopher G on Jun 25, 2018
Building new cabinets in my workshop and needed some full extension drawers to house my routers.
Jerry B on Jun 16, 2018
I choose this drawer slide to use on a rv generator.
William K on Jun 5, 2018
I use Centerline often. I am constructing two drawers extra wide for clamps.
ROBERT T on May 30, 2018
weight load
Donald I on May 28, 2018
AUBREY D on May 28, 2018
Needed heavy duty door slides for tools
Laura B on May 19, 2018
Heavy duty
Denise C on May 9, 2018
rv slide toolbox
ANDREW E on Apr 27, 2018
Shelving project w/sliding drawer for storage items
David G on Mar 6, 2018
weight cap
Harvey O on Mar 4, 2018
Ir appears that this product is suitable for the kitchen cabinet that I am building and the associated weight issues that will be applied.
George R. B on Feb 22, 2018
building shop cabinet
Kurt B on Jan 31, 2018
great weight capacity, good price, hoping this experience continues as I put them to use.
Nolan J B on Jan 29, 2018
needed for heavy file drawer
WILLIAM S on Jan 7, 2018
load rating
ron g on Jan 6, 2018
Adding some drawers to my work bench and needed a 28" drawer slide for one of them
William G on Dec 25, 2017
Looked good for a pullout pantry (my design)
James C on Dec 23, 2017
building draws for laundry room pedistals
chris s on Dec 4, 2017
I felt that these items would work best to replace the slides that I have now. I hope I'm not wrong.
Jake J on Dec 4, 2017
Appears to be an exact replacement for some damaged drawer slides that need replacement.
GERALD S on Nov 25, 2017
these are hard to find
Nancy P on Nov 21, 2017
matches what is broke
Craig T on Nov 20, 2017
very robust slides
Eduardo M on Sep 27, 2017
Good price. Needed for a project.
Norman G on Sep 26, 2017
I needed a heavy duty drawer slide. This one suited my needs and the price was right.
Micheal A on Sep 9, 2017
That's what I need to finish my project.
Susie K on Sep 6, 2017
I need the heavy duty slide. I originally ordered the medium duty slide but quickly discovered they were undersized for my application.
Daniel K on Sep 2, 2017
Needed heavy weight drawers and reviews along with searches...this fit the project
Branden L on Aug 12, 2017
Heavy duty slides for vertical tool storage drawer application.
Kevin C on Jul 31, 2017
JEFFREY F on Jul 18, 2017
rebuilding an old dresser
Jesse C on Jul 9, 2017
I need them
John R on Jun 29, 2017
I ordered another pair last night. Yes, I want a total of four slides.
Glenn J on Jun 1, 2017
I'm building an oversized pantry drawer and the length and weight capacity
Dennis L on May 24, 2017
Needed a replacement
Chris M on May 10, 2017
heavy duty drawer
kevin y on Apr 11, 2017
For an ergo project
Marnita T on Mar 24, 2017
The price was good for the product I chose and the reputation and quality of Rockler is proven.
Mark E on Mar 7, 2017
sliding door on a wall to a hidden wine cellar.
steve u on Mar 2, 2017
Repairing heavy drawers on my roll along tool box. The stock ones that came with the box had failed.
Stephen M on Feb 23, 2017
heavy duty for files
Stephen L on Feb 20, 2017
I needed a heavy duty slider to hold a slide out fridge freezer in my boat. Hope this holds up.
Ronald L on Feb 10, 2017
Building large pull-out shelves that could hold up to 200 lbs. I trust Rockler for quality items. I do not want to re-do these ever!
Bruce P on Feb 6, 2017
My drawers will be 28 inches wide and this slide would accommodate that width nicely.
Nancy K on Aug 9, 2018
Have always had great results wit your products
Dave M on Jul 21, 2018
What is the maximum spread between slides on the 28" Series 758 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides. I would like to make a shelf above the washer & dryer so my wife can reach items, distance between the walls above w & d is 60"?
Edward M on Nov 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I used them for a 6' sliding shelf and it works great.
Does multiple slides increase the weight rating? I am building a slide out pantry and want to maximize durability and weight tolerance.
Epaul on Mar 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would assume that increasing the number of slide pairs would increase the weight bearing capacity of the entire system. It seems no different than adding more hinges to a heavier door or more tires to a heavier truck. The weight will be distributed amongst the multiple slides. Whether the increase in capacity is perfectly linear with the number of slide pairs installed -- I don't know. You might want to give your project a certain percentage margin like 20 - 30% over your maximum anticipated load to ensure a robust system that can withstand some abuse.
I would like to use the #220 rated slides for lateral files that will be ~ 36-40" wide x 20" deep (front to back) will they work ok?
Bill S on Jul 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I installed them for drawers nearly identical in width and depth, and about 15" tall. I made the drawer sides of 12" wide 3/4 poplar and also used 3/4 poplar strips on the inside of the cabinets so all slides are firmly attached. Front, back and bottom of drawers are 3/4 plywood, with 3/4 poplar strips running front/back in the center to provide support for the bottom of the drawer. I mounted the slides more than halfway down the sides of the cabinet. I made 3 drawers like this, to hold heavy power tools.
Recommended Maximum drawer width not depth?
debbie b on Jun 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You purchase the slides length for the depth of the drawer the dimension of the drawer sides. There is a recommended maximum width or the dimension of the front and back of the drawer. I have my drawer widths at the maximum dimension and they work great. A two finger pull - silky smooth with over hundred plus pounds.
Does the 16" extend to 28"?
Brian E on Feb 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: My 18" extend out to around 36" so I would assume the 16" would go out at least 28" if not 32".
have a space that is 48" deep and about 22" wide. I would like to put a piece of plywood there for storage that I can pull in and out. I will be setting totes of decorations etc. on the plywood. Drawers are not really practical here tho I may put some kind of "side" on it so the totes and things stay on the plywood. I'm thinking drawer slides, or something like that, would make this work...but I don't know what to order. I might make sense to put a caster or wheel on the plywood in the middle to facilitate it rolling in and out without putting too much pressure on the slides? thank you!
karen m on Jan 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have a 150lb framed mirror I attached to these slides. I did this to access a concealed television which is mounted behind the two way mirror in the wall frame. There was no way I could safely remove and replace the mirror by myself to gain access to the TV if necessary. This idea solved the problem. I just slide the mirror to one side and there is the TV. You could absolutely use these slides for your storage. You would have to have the plywood secured to something like 1x2's which would then attach to the slides. It would be similar to the way regular kitchen cabinet drawers are attached except your plywood would be like an open kitchen door. I have actually done what you are asking about, too. I have a 4 foot by 24inch sliding shelf for storage in my garage using the drawer slides. I attached my slide to a steel frame which is lined with plywood. If you do not have the skill to construct this you could reach out to someone who understands this concept. I had to get my carpenter friend to help me mount this mirror and the storage slide out in the garage. Both works great.

I want to mount a toolbox on a shelf under a workbench so it can slide out of sight. Can I mount the slides to angle aluminum which would be mounted to the shelf?
Dave W on Jan 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes the aluminum should be at least 1/4 thick
I misplaced the package of screws, anyone know what size screws come with these slides?
D_H_K on Feb 20, 2016
For those who have used the slides, do you believe they will actually support 220 pounds? I want to build a cabinet in a wall and put a 200 pound safe on a pull out tray. These look like they will work but I would like some feedback from those who know.
Rob B on Feb 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: If your safe nearly maxes out the slide weight capacity that doesn't leave you much storage weight capacity .
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
can the series 758 be mounted under the drawer?
Jake J on Dec 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have always used them as a side mount. I suppose you could mount them under the drawer but you would have to do some design work to attach it to the drawer and the cabinet. It would not be as straight forward mounting approach as a side mount.
Can these be installed horizontally (flat)? I have a cabinet with a 48" shelf that I need to put a flat-screen TV and be able to pull out. Need to mount them underneath, not on the sides, to help support the shelf.
Jim S on Oct 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jim, I have used the same slides to build shop drawers that hold wood and heavy tools. If I am understanding your question, I have a suggestion for a slight alternative. Perhaps you could turn the shelf into a four to six inch deep box, make it even more solid by dividing it down the middle, and mount the whole structure to the side of your unit. The box could be a drawer if you put a front on it, or just cubbies for the remotes. Either way, the supportive structure will pull out fior access or visibility, whichever your goal was. Kind regards, Kathy Wingert, (Wingert Guitars)
Hello my name is Jeff, I'm looking for a heavy duty guide for a step that will be put under a platform. The step will be pulled out and pushed back in after the patient steps up and gets on platform. Needs to glide over carpet and stay put until pushed back in. Any suggestions on a guide or slide available ?
Jeffrey P on Sep 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you check with Rockler Woodworking they have many different varieties of slides and they have weight amounts for each size you need. Put in size & weight needed in their search grid & you will come up with what you need. I have purchased several sets of full extension slides from them & have been very pleased. they operate easily.
how wide is the is 18"?
A shopper on Apr 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 2 1/8 inches
I want to mount a cooler in the back of my PU truck to theses so it will slide out to the edge of my tail gate, how weather resistant are these? Do they offer other styles that will withstand the elements better? Those new style yeti coolers are to heavy to handle.
brad s on Aug 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hey Brad, I don’t know if they make all weather ones but I will tell you I have used the 220lbs slides with my yeti in my van. The Yeti is my stand in for a fridge while I am on the road. I have had them for about three years now and they are great. These slides hold my yeti unsupported when it is full of ice and food and I have never had a problem with them. Maybe look into seeing what material they are made of, (I can’t rememmber myself) because you may get a good 5 years out of them before they fail even if they are not all weather. Check with Rockler customer service and see if they have an all weather variant.
Quantity shows as 1. So, do you multiple the price times 2 for a pair???
John W on May 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The package for these drawer slides includes 1 pair of slides.
I want to put glassware on a shelf in a cabinet. I need glides that pull out absolutely smoothly. Will these work for me?
Judith M on Dec 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would say so. They are very smooth with many roller bearings. I was impressed by the quietness and smoothness of the operation
Are these soft closing slides?
dvmcare on Sep 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No. They do not have a soft-close feature.
is it possible to double up the slides so the tray will extend out past a cabinet, I'm trying to make something that will allow access to the back side of stereo ? equipment that is fairly heavy
guy m on Sep 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Check out the Over Travel Slides: Centerline Lifetime Series 757. The 100-lb capacity extends 1-inch past full extension.
Hello, I built a "slide-out-TV-'L'-shaped-support" to mount a 60" TV. The TV weight is 60 lbs and it's mounted on a plywood attached at a 90 degrees angle at the end of a shelf-like drawer. The idea is to be able to slide the TV set out to gain access to the connections behind it and to a book case on the wall behind the TV set. I purchased similar "Heavy duty" sliders rated 150 lbs (somewhere else). The sliders worked fine but kind rough and only 10 or so slides. Now it's almost impossible to slide the TV out. I can't use the space behind the TV and if I need to access the connections, well... its tough.

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
Manuel T on Jul 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi, I have used this slide set for a project of mine.
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.

will these work in a kitchaid compactor ?
Tom C on Jun 6, 2017
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.
i am replacing slides on my kitchen cabinets they are 18.5" deep and the cabinet is 24" deep to the front face from the inside back. i want to know what length slides I need to use? I assume these will allow me to mount the sliders to the drawer and the and cabinet, is that correct?
Bill Maize on Dec 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you have the room, I use 22" slides. If your drawers are only 18ish.....the 22's will work.
how do I separate the 2members of a center slide?
A shopper on Aug 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Push the black plastic lever that slides out when you separate the 2 halves.
Is the 220lb rating per slide or per pair?
A shopper on May 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: per pair
Is the 3/4" width requirement for each side slide or combined width of both sides? 18" Series 758 220-lb. Heavy-Duty Full-Extension Centerline® Lifetime Slides
Nick H on May 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This slide requires 3/4" on each side
I have a 23.5" deep cabinet to the face frame and I would like to install a trash drawer in it. I'm wondering if the measurement given for the slide is the overall measurement of it closed? How far does it extend?
Jason P on May 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The slide length given is the length of the slide in the closed position. These are a full extension slides so that means the slide will extend out the same length when it is pulled out.
are the installation instructions included?
Rick B on Oct 28, 2017
I have steel pallet shelving in the end of my shop. I have a table top router, band saw and drill press that I would like to b able to store in the frame and slide out when I need them and slide back in when done, I have no way of weighting them but I do not believe that any of the three are over 100 lbs. Will the 220 lb. work for this purpose?
Marvin C on Jul 2, 2017
im looking for set of slides to install on mt tool box drawer that broke today , and instead of buying stock replacements i was gonna try these that hold more weight , has anyone tried these on a tool box yet ? i have the 52" x 18" husky tool box and the lower section has the large drawer for all my sockets and ratchets , the stock slides are rated at 100lb per pair , and this would be a step up . thanks for your input .
kennn b on Feb 7, 2017
I have 12'' steel drawers I want to install into box on service truck. Do these slides come in lengths that will work for this application? Would I need to use 10" or 12" slides?
Dusty B on Mar 5, 2016