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18" Floor Mounted Slides Pantry Pull-Out (with Metal Sides)
18" Floor Mounted Slides Pantry Pull-Out (with Metal Sides) Item #24765
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21" Floor Mounted Slides Pantry Pull-Out (with Metal Sides)
21" Floor Mounted Slides Pantry Pull-Out (with Metal Sides) Item #21156
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Floor-Mounted Drawer Slides with Metal Sides

Slides mount directly to floor or cabinet base. Each slide creates a 2-5/8" side panel; just add a front, back and bottom. White epoxy finish, 3/4 extension. Includes mounting hardware.
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Get a head start on that rollout shelf with these heavy duty slides. Each slide creates a 2-5/8" tall side panel — just add a front, back and bottom and you're done! Enjoy pull-out access to waste containers, convenient storage for cleaning supplies andfull-utilization of your cabinet space. Length of slide determines depth of shelf.

  • Smooth-rolling action.
  • 3/4-extension for ample pullout access.
  • White epoxy finish - perfect for kitchens!
  • Slides mount directly to floor or cabinet base.
  • Easy installation.
(1) Floor-Mounted Drawer Slides with Metal Sides
(1) Package on mounting hardware
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Weight 3.9100
Tech Spec
  • 75-pound Load Rating
4.7 / 5.0
64 Reviews
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It worked out perfectly. Just what I wanted.
June 30, 2020
1 month ago
Bought 2 floor-mounts for extra storage under my cabinets. Work great and easy to install.
January 15, 2020
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Excellent Quality Product
I used this to create a pull out for my recycle bin under my kitchen sink. Directions were easy to follow and I love it. I hated opening my cabinet and having to reach in to throw something in so now when it pulls out it makes it so easy to toss any size container into the can. The price was half or more of what other stores were charging. I highly recommend this product
February 18, 2019
Woodworking Experience:
Perfect for my application
Easy to install…placed in custom cabinets build for my garage. Easy to place large items in drawer in lieu of pulling things out to get to items in the back. (e.g. car washing/waxing)
April 25, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Floor mounted base cabinet drawer slides
The directions were clear and easy to follow. The paint on the metal is superior and adds to a professional high grade installation. A tip I'd like to share is using a rubber band to hold the track in the rail while measuring. Enjoyed the project and my Wife was and is still complimenting the up grade.
April 14, 2018
over 2 years ago
21" Floor Mounted Drawer Slide (Item #: 21156)
This is just the thing for pantry pull-outs. Popular item, I had to wait a few weeks for them to be instock. I used 3/4" x 3.5" for my ends and used my trim-router (attached to my trim router table, also a Rockler item found on this site) to run kerfs a 1/4" up from the bottoms so they would interlock with the 1/4" bottom tray. The tray is the one part of the build you will need to make sure you measure correctly. I actually installed the floor mounts on some 3/4" plywood cut to fit on top of the pantry shelf - this is a great idea if you live in a rental or want to take the pull-outs with you when you move. I just ran a couple wood screws through the back end of the 3/4" into the shelf piece to keep it from tipping up. Draw lines on your mounting surface and square up each mount, then pencil in where to drill starter holes for your screws. Start 4 screws, then slide in the tray to make sure everthing is aligned. Once you get a smooth operating motion, screw in the remaining screws and install the front and back panels pushing the tray ends into the kerfs. Slide thel drawer assembly into the floor mounts. Done. Sand, paint/stain, and roundover the end pieces before you install. I'm leaving mine unpainted for now. Quality item, great store, quick shipping.
April 8, 2018
Woodworking Experience:
old vanity dresser use as a portable island
I had to modify the slides, they were 18" and I cut them down to 16.5" to fit my project. The mod. worked out just fine. I had cut the dresser center section down from an opening of 19" to 14" to use as a trash pull out. This is where I used the slides. I constructed the back, bottom and front with plywood, the front being oak plywood for appearance. I am going to finish and install a butcher block top to the island but it hasn't shipped yet.
pulled out
pulled out
March 24, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
The floor mounted track did just what I wanted it to do I will be ordering more.
Great product easy to install
February 27, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Very easy to use
This is the first time i’be tried these slides. For any beginner out there I highly recommend these. They are super simple to build and install and look great.
January 1, 2018
over 2 years ago
Ease of installation
These slides are an excellent and quick way to create a drawer with minimal effort. Just have to make a front, back and bottom. I have used them in the past and would recommend them to anyone.
December 26, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
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They match my project: pantry slide-out drawers
Greg S on Aug 12, 2018
Looks like it will work well in our Motor home turning a deep shelf pantry into a useful one with slide out drawers
John C on Jul 12, 2018
They match my project: pantry slide-out drawers
Greg S on Aug 12, 2018
It was the only drawer slide I could find that worked for me. Thank you
natalie s on Jul 14, 2018
Looks like it will work well in our Motor home turning a deep shelf pantry into a useful one with slide out drawers
John C on Jul 12, 2018
We have a deep pantry. I bought these to better utilize the lower shelves
Irene P on Jun 6, 2018
Bought 3 previously. FANTASTIC !!!!!!!!!!
Randy O on May 21, 2018
To match another I just installed.
Robert L on May 4, 2018
Seems a good option to add convenience to a pot/pan storage area
Robert L on Apr 9, 2018
Had purchased before and was very satisfied. Needed additional.
Wiley G on Feb 15, 2018
This product is just what I have been looking for if it works I will buy more
Robert P on Feb 6, 2018
Provided the flexibility needed due to obstructions<br />caused by plumbing.
David S on Feb 5, 2018
This is the type of hardware that I need to install, on the drawers that will work.<br /><br />Thank you<br />Fred
Fred G on Jan 24, 2018
I've already ordered and installed two. It was very easy and they are sturdy and glide easily. I'm very pleased. No more searching with a flashlight at the back of the pantry!
Lynnette R on Dec 15, 2017
Ease of installation and building pull out drawer for kitchen cabinet.
Dale L. S on Dec 10, 2017
This appears to be exactly what we need and the reviews are very positive.
Tom K on Nov 29, 2017
Looked like it will be a good solution for my application.
Stephen M on Nov 8, 2017
Choice of width of tray
Stanley W on Oct 31, 2017
Convenience, sturdy
William M on Oct 22, 2017
looked well built and functional
jack on Oct 12, 2017
So I can have two pullout drawers in a cabinet so I may use it efficiently.
Deborah W on Oct 6, 2017
It fits odd size cabinets
Glen C on Oct 6, 2017
Suitable for my application
Deanna R C on Sep 4, 2017
JERRY W on Aug 4, 2017
Will use for sideways garbage-can slide-out under sink
William L on Jul 29, 2017
We are adding them to a travel trailer pantry that is too deep to see all the way back. Easier to see what is on the shelves
steve r on Jul 7, 2017
Easy way to make custom size roll out
glenda m on May 23, 2017
Ease of use
Pamela C on Apr 25, 2017
It fit the specification for my project
John M on Mar 1, 2017
Easy to install.
Ram on Feb 19, 2017
I chose this product because I wanted to be able to customize the size of drawer I wanted to install. I also like the price point! I will look forward to creating and installing my new cabinet drawers for easier accessibility.
Carolyn C on Jan 24, 2017
I picked these slides because I have moveable pantry shelves. I wanted to have the drawers without sacrificing the location of the shelf inside the pantry. If I want to move the shelf up or down, the hardware will move with it.
Betsy m on Jan 22, 2017
full pullout extension
Margaret M on Dec 5, 2016
100 year old house - and these slides will be perfect !! Fit, function, and easy peasy.
Sharon C on Nov 5, 2016
Recently moved into a new home, cabinets don't have roller slides. Will try the two I ordered, and if satisfactory, will be ordering 12 more.
Jerry L on Oct 6, 2016
Organize our pantry
Lucinda on Oct 1, 2016
Metal sides and floor mounting simplify installation process, leaving only face, back and bottom to be measured and cut to desired sizes.
Michael V on Sep 15, 2016
Larry H on Sep 2, 2016
I'm turning some stationary shelves into pull out drawers. I have already received 2 and needed 1 more to complete the project.
John on May 2, 2016
Looks very easy to install and seems to be well made.
Mark D. St A on Apr 2, 2016
Exactly what i was looking for!
Christopher M D on Mar 30, 2016
My wife desired pull out drawers for our refinished pantry. Knowing nothing about drawer slides, I Googled it. Your website came up. I liked the fact that I could tailor the width of the drawers to the dimensions of the pantry, and the drawer slides were also heavy duty as well as economical. Glad I found your website.
Fred B on Mar 30, 2016
Lowest price I could find to accomplish what<br />I wanted to do.
Don B on Mar 21, 2016
I have used them before to make my cabinets into drawers. Love them! They are easy to work with, and i can make pretty much any size drawer I want within reason of the 21" slides. I hope you keep selling them long enough for me to finish all my cabinets!
Roxanna S on Mar 5, 2016
I have been trying to design a system like this for unique cabinet in a mobile home
Roger W. O on Feb 20, 2016
to create drawers inside existing cabinets
Andrew C on Jan 11, 2016
looks like easy to install
Barry R on Jan 8, 2016
Finished slide out drawers too expensive for all the <br />cabinets I have. I save a lot of money doing it this way.
Ken h on Jan 6, 2016
They are easy to use and install and resulted in eliminating the clutter that resided in our cabinet.<br /><br />I'm now going to install them in another kitchen cabinet and expect the same result.
Gene S on Jan 1, 2016
I've used them before with great success.
Dale G on Dec 28, 2015
I have used them before. They work great.
Harold R on Dec 22, 2015
RAYMOND H on Dec 9, 2015
It was the only drawer slide I could find that worked for me. Thank you
natalie s on Jul 14, 2018
We have a deep pantry. I bought these to better utilize the lower shelves
Irene P on Jun 6, 2018
Do you have details on the rails for the mounting holes. How far apart ? How far are the rails from the front/back to the mounting bracket ? Info needed for both 18 and 21 " slides please
Dan W on Oct 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I can only speak about the 18" ones. These side brackets on the rails are about 13" apart outside to outside. The first hole from the very back is almost 6" from the end of the rail. There are two holes for mounting, maybe about 1-1/4" apart. Then the front bracket is very close to the front end. The front-most hole is less than 1/2" on center from the front edge of the rail and again the second hole of that bracket is about 1-1/4" behind that one.
Could these be cut down to fit a smaller cabinet? I need a 14" depth.
Matt K on May 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These slides are not designed to be resized.
How does the bottom attach To the slides ?
A shopper on Apr 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: There is a slot on the side "arms" that your 1/4 inch plywood (I used birch) slides into. The back of the drawer sits on the plywood and you screw it into it from the bottom of the drawer. Then add your front. I used PVC white board for the back and front and it looks really nice and works amazingly.
The directions say to start your plans with an inside dimension of the box you are making. I found it easier to start with the door opening and subtract the measurements you are given for box construction. Use a square along the face of your cupboard to make your straight line in the cabinet box. It was easy...this advice from a 60 year old woman.
Can these drawer slides be used outside in a kitchen island?
Todd H on Jul 5, 2017
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BEST ANSWER: I really do not know. If by "outside" you mean the slides could get wet with rain, I would say no. These things appear to be intended for dry service. BUT, they seem to operate well year in and year out in kitchens and bathrooms where relative humidity is sometimes high. I suggest you contact the manufacturer or a knowledgible vendor for better info.
Can this support the cabinet door on the front for a 20" sink cabinet? I would rather slide out the entire door plus bottom shelf than have swing doors.
Rich D on Apr 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I installed these on an existing cabinet shelf in our pantry. the cabinet is 24 inches deep,by 23.5 wide. I installed 2 sets on 2 different shelves. They slide out and when finished with 18 inch bottom tray x 22 deep they hold roughly 25 to 30 lbs of can goods. When pulled all the way out ,the back of shelf wanted to tip up from so much weight of the cans so I mounted a piece of 1x3, 9 inches long to inside of cabinet wall where when tipped up the shelf would flus with wall mount and stay in place. My shelves are 9 inches apart. These are very strong and would say yes to your project. Dale Hardiman
I want to put a slide out drawer under a cabinet which is 30" deep and 35 wide. Do you have hardware to fit this size cabinet?
Anne K on Mar 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have used these slides in the bathroom cabinets and under the kitchen sinks however the cabinets were not 35 inches wide. I would question the strength of the bottom of a drawer 30 x35 without some kind o center support.
Can these slides be inverted to hang a drawer under a countertop?
Jeff B on Oct 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No. The side rails have a grove for the base of the cabinet to fit in, would not be able to convert it.
Can these slides be side mounted or can they only work on the cabinet bottom.
Nicholas B on Mar 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Bottom, unless you do some very clever bracket work. There are other slides made for side mount that would be more appropriate for that application.
After installation the drawer would not go all the way back. I lay on the floor and looked underneath with a flashlight. When I started sliding the draw back there was enough room, but when it got further back the drawer drops down on the left side, and when sliding further back, the rear left corner hits the rear left floor mount. What is wrong and what do I do?
Rodger S on Nov 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It seems to me like you don't have the slides parallel to each other. Try moving the left back to the right slightly or the right back to the left a bit. I had a problem once the opposite of yours. The draw would stop before it went all the way in. Adjusting the slides solved it for me. Hope this works for you.
I would think there is a release of some type, to be able to slide the drawer out and off the slide rails. Can someone confirm this?
Looks like these could be a simple solution to making under cabinet drawers, where toe kick area is. Maybe. Have to contemplate the extension a bit still
Comedie on Jan 11, 2020
BEST ANSWER: These have the type of roller wheels that require a slight upward lift over a stop tab to pull drawer off of floor mounted tracks. I have 3 right now in my pantry, attached to shelves. If you have the clearance, it may work, but I'd think the toe kick would interfere. For that area, I'd recommend bearing slides with release tabs at the front and soft close. Also, installing might be tough in existing cabinets, that's a lot of time on the floor making sure things are lined up right in a hard to reach area. If you utilize the space you have wisely, by installing pullouts in the existing cabinets, you may not need toe kick drawers.
Does the actual tray/draw come with the slides?
Jlabo on Apr 21, 2020
BEST ANSWER: No. You have to fabricate all sides and the bottom. The dimensions need to be pretty precise for it to come together as a drawer.
Is what you get what's in the picture? Or do you have to make the drawer?
Anthony D on Sep 16, 2019
BEST ANSWER: You make the two ends and the bottom. For the ends I used 1x4 and 1x6 thick but you ca use any thickness and height you want. You have to use 1/4” material for the bottom. I used a “finished” plywood because it is a true 1/4” material.
What is the length?
G G on Aug 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The length (depth) of mine is 21". Add to that the thickness of the wood you use for the end pieces. The width is anything you want to make it - I installed 12 of these, with widths up to 35". The depth of most standard cabinets is about 23" - be sure to check for obstacles mounted to the back of a cabinet, I had to modify mine to account for cables mounted to the rear wall on a couple of them.
Does the front, back and bottom just screw to the slides? Do you recommend 3/8 inch?
Gerry on May 7, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The screws are furnished for the back and front to screw to the sides - the back is wider to all ow a 1/4 ' kerf for the bottom - the 1/4 kerf already exits in the sides for the bottom to slide in and be supported by the kerf in the back.
Do you have to provide your own front bottom and back pieces of wood? Is this the full drawer?
Rachel Tritz on Jun 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: yes, you hae to provide front, back, and bottom
I'm looking at the floor mounted pantry pull-out slides. What does the 18 in or 21 in refer to? is that cabinet depth?
Dwight B on Dec 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This refers to depth , I was able to make they as wide as possible for the bottom of a new cabinet, I made recently .Worked nicely
Does this bottom mount drawer slide have a stop on it and if so, how does one remove the drawer if needed?
Gloria Jean J on Apr 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes,, it does have a stop. It's a 3/4 extension drawer. To remove the drawer, when the drawer is out to the
stop, life up on the front of the drawer slightly and roll it the rest of the way out. To replace the drawer put
the back rollers back into the bottom tract , slide it back, lift it up slightly and slide back all the way.
Hope this helps answer your question. We are pleased with ours.
Brackets are made to accept what thickness of bottom?
Dale G on Jun 16, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The brackets are built to accept 1/4” stock. I used plywood; worked fine.
Are there kit’s to make a double tier?
Charles K on Mar 12, 2020
BEST ANSWER: No kit that I’m aware of. You would have to construct your own arrangement for that. The two side guides mount on the floor as shown in the picture (although I have mounted them to the sides of my RV pantry.
My pantry closet is 17.5 in. Deep, what floor mounted slide would I use, and how far apart can they be spread ?
Victor P on Aug 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The base piece can only accommodate a1/4 " piece of material so it would depend on the weight of the items on it. I made a 27" wide drawer with heavy glass baking dishes and seem to be carrying the weight fine.
Do you make these in 15" depth?
Daniel K on Jan 18, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hello, I had purchased the longest available and was very satisfied. Three sets were used to support drawers each holding heavy woodworking clamps. Over a year in use and working great. Carl
How do you attach the wood panel front, back and bottom pieces to the metal sides? I don't see any screws in the wood on any of the photos.
J. C on Oct 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The metal sides are 2 1/2" high, and have a slot at the bottom in which you insert your bottom board. We then attached a front and back board with screw from inside the drawer, through metal flanges on the slides, into the boards we were attaching. We did route a slot in the front and back boards to match the slots on the slides, so that the bottom of the drawer was supported in the front and back boards as well. Hope this helps understand how to build it.
Can I invert these and use them to put a drawer under a counter a pencil drawer?
Rongel on Oct 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I don't think it's possible to invert the slides themselves. But if you mounted the slides on a piece of plywood and then mount the whole unit with spacers of some sort to the underside of the counter (if you have room) it could probably be made to work.
The Floor Mounted Side "Sides" are listed as 2 and 5/8 inches high . Can you attach a 6" - 8" high board to the 2 and 5/8 " sides to make a deeper drawer ?
Rick R on Jan 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I did not need to do that with my installation, however I don't see why it couldn't be done with a little creativity.
Hello, how much clearance do these slides require from the edge of the opening to the edge of the drawer on each side?
Daneille B on Dec 7, 2016
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BEST ANSWER: Nor much. I would say about 1/2" or less. If I were buying them again I would buy something that is full extension. If you have tall items it is hard to get to the back items.
If i was using the 18" slides what is the minimum inside depth of the cabinet?
Stu r on Feb 19, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Depends on the thickness of your drawer front and whether or not your cabinet doors recessed onto the cabinet. As long as you allow for this you should be fine
What is the finished depth of the drawers with drawer face? I have an icebox that is 21 1/4" deep and was hoping to be able to use the 21" drawer. Would that be possible?
Neil E on Sep 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I found that I could change the depth to what I wanted as long as I had the rails close to the length needed. The draws I made for my son were about 2-21/2 inch longer that the end of the rail. For my house they were almost 5 inches longer. Hope that helps
Need info on replacing old single overhead glides (roller &rail system)?
Bert S on May 30, 2018