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Heavy Duty Pantry Slide System

Three-slide sets for pullout pantry. One top, two bottom mount steel slides in 20" or 26" length, over-travel design. Includes mounting hardware.
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These three-slide sets give you smooth, 100% access to everything in your pullout pantry. Available in 20" or 26" lengths, they include robust over-travel slides - two bottom mount and one top mount - and all mounting hardware. 130-pound overall load rating.

The upper, centermount guide slide is a TopSlide® 757 Series, one of the industry's smoothest and most tested slides. It offers premium ball-bearing construction, a closed position hold-in and ISO certification to exceed 80,000 cycles. An over-travel design allows for pullout extension beyond the length of the slide, providing superior pantry access.

The two KV® 8000 undercarriage slides also feature over-travel extension. They boast three ball bearings per inch for smooth and quiet operation and come in a durable and attractive anochrome finish. Made from premium cold rolled steel, they support loads up to 130 pounds. Each slide includes a mounting bracket.

(1) Heavy Duty Pantry Slide System
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Weight 1.0000
Tech Spec
  • Load rating: 130 pounds
  • Travel: slide length + .83"
  • Side height: 1.54"
  • Clearance: 3/4" (slide only), 2-1/4" (with brackets)
  • Hold-in detent
  • Meets or exceeds ANSI performance standards as defined by BIFMA & KCMA
4.1 / 5.0
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I was impressed with the straight forward design and the way the top and bottom rails worked with each other.This is intended to be a surprise for my client and I’m pleased with the way it is turning out.
January 3, 2020
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Worked great
Would bye again, used for laundry room side out cabinet
November 28, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Pantry slides
I used these slides to create a hidden gun storage cabinet that looks like a book case / desk. It holds 10 guns 5 on each side. with all the weight the work great.
November 10, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great product.
This item was perfect for my kitchen makeover. The pantry is one of my favorite additions and the pantry slide was exactly what I was looking for.
May 25, 2017
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
pantry slide
I use them all the time. they work great
March 23, 2017
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Undermount Storage Slide
The kit is well built and sturdy. I am impressed with the quality of the side kit
January 22, 2017
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Would rate them as excellent.
The pantry slides were perfect, very simple to figure out as well as their ease of use. Very smooth operation.
October 28, 2016
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
sliding pantry
my wife is happy,not that hard to install,well worth the time,an it is user friendly.andy
June 6, 2016
over 5 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
These worked fine for my project
I built a slid out pantry about 5 years ago using these. They are only good to hold up 130 pounds so I added a wheel to the bottom of the pantry, pull out part, that will hold up 600 pounds. The slides along with this wheel has worked with out any problems for the last 5 years. The slids keep everything strait and the wheel holds the weight. The wheel costs around 7 dollars.
September 25, 2015
Woodworking Experience:
The slides are great; the instructions a little lacking
I made two pantry cabinets that go on either side of the refrigerator and they work great. My wife LOVES them! They have a smooth rolling motion and they seem very heavy duty, but it's only been a couple of months. I found the instructions a bit hard to follow. Maybe because there are two sets of instructions - one from the manufacturer plus auxiliary instructions from Rockler, which are easier to follow. The Rockler instructions advise mounting a piece of scrap to the hardware and then attaching the sliding section of the cabinet to the scrap (which is not visible when complete). Good idea! If you plan to build next to your refrigerator, consider the longer 26" slides built into a larger cabinet. My (new) refrigerator sticks out about 35" from the wall, far beyond a standard 24" deep cabinet. I ended up building two 32" deep cabinets using the 26" deep slides. Plus, the sliding section of each cabinet is as tall as the refrigerator, thus my cabinets are much larger and hold a lot more than the 24" display models in the stores. Also, each sliding section has a fixed top, a fixed bottom shelf, and a fixed mid shelf for strength, but the other shelves are adjustable.
February 13, 2015
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Building a double roll out pantry
Evan T D on Jul 24, 2018
Steven T on May 29, 2018
Building a double roll out pantry
Evan T D on Jul 24, 2018
to build a sliding pantry shelf in my camper
Josh on Jul 1, 2018
Steven T on May 29, 2018
I am building a slide out pantry in my kitchen. These look like just the slides I need
Stanley M on May 4, 2018
Best choice available for pantry slides lower and upper slides in kit
Keelyn U on Mar 6, 2018
I'm building a pantry and I think this is what I need
Neil G on Feb 7, 2018
Price point for the need
Ray S on Jan 24, 2018
Jeffry E on Jan 7, 2018
to renovate pantry in Motorhome.
John F on Dec 13, 2017
This pantry slide will be used to modify an existing cabinet into a more usable storage space in the kitchen in a tight spot next to the range.
Fred Z on Nov 2, 2017
Converting a standard pantry to a slide system for more efficiency of space.
michael e on Oct 18, 2017
Best price
Karl W on Sep 26, 2017
only pantry slide i found on internet that seems to be able to work.
Roland E on Jul 31, 2017
no one else had one.
Tony L on May 3, 2017
Reviews sounded good and the product seems exactly what I need in my new house
Veronique H on Apr 30, 2017
I have two pantry cabinets to build. this product looks like it will do the job.
Thomas N on Feb 24, 2017
My wife wanted this
Lanny K on Feb 21, 2017
It was very easy all then hardware was included
Nickolaus M on Feb 8, 2017
Looks like a great value and is exactly what I need for the pantry I am building.
Stephanie H on Jan 21, 2017
My wife wanted this style of pantry doors. Rockler provides what appears to be exactly what I need for project.
Edwin R on Jan 12, 2017
Alan F on Dec 10, 2016
the price and ease of installation
Roddy D on Dec 8, 2016
Going to build some Cabnits
Charles S on Dec 5, 2016
Nice matched set with best weight loading that I could find.... Not done with the pantry yet, but the fit-up worked like a champ!
Retired and busy on Dec 4, 2016
I like Rockler high quality products and free shiping
Howard F on Aug 16, 2016
Building Kitchen Cabinets
JOHN M on Aug 12, 2016
They work, and are concealed. Have used them on other projects.
DAVID D on Aug 5, 2016
heavy duty pull out doors
ANN G on Jul 30, 2016
I need to improved the way my pantry functions and this seems to meet my needs from what I have read
Michael R on Jul 8, 2016
Double pantry system in exterior space for pots, pans, lids and counter top appliances (nothing that could freeze)
Larry H on Jun 8, 2016
Dennis D on Apr 28, 2016
Load capacity, price and purpose
Angus L on Mar 6, 2016
Building a custom pantry system and the shelves are too deep to comfortably reach the items at the back.
Dan M on Feb 4, 2016
wife loves it ,unreal worth the time an money would do it agian
andy v on Jan 10, 2016
to make kitchen under cabinets more useable and accessible
Owen B on Dec 10, 2015
After buying other tracks from HomeDepot and finding out they didn't work, I decided to go to someone that would know what I needed, so I chose Rockler !!!
James on Nov 18, 2015
I picked this unit because my Pantry weighed more than expected and therefore added a third rail. I need this for the second door. It now carries 200 pounds with the third slide.
Gregory C on Oct 17, 2015
A pantry is part of a major kitchen expansion. These looked good, and I was impressed by their weight and quality when they arrived. They are now installed and the pantry functions as described. They should give years of service.
David M on Sep 26, 2015
Remodelling my kitchen and this will be a great addition.
ezekiel s on Sep 6, 2015
, there is no substitute for quality, well designed slides made for this exact application.
Aron F on Aug 26, 2015
want to utilize more of the rear area of the cabinet
Robert C on Jul 24, 2015
Using this slide system to construct a 6" wide x 28" deep x 72" high broom closet within the plumbing chase next to our shower. Will also store an ironing board, mop, swifter, dustpans, etc.
Jeff C on Jul 2, 2015
Googled for pantry slides. This (hopefully!) seems like just want I wanted at a decent price.
Anthony A on May 18, 2015
Mark H on Apr 20, 2015
to build a sliding pantry shelf in my camper
Josh on Jul 1, 2018
I am building a slide out pantry in my kitchen. These look like just the slides I need
Stanley M on May 4, 2018
Is it made for r.v.'s?
A shopper on Jun 20, 2015
when I ordered the Pantry Slide System I assumed from the pictures that the shelves came with it or at least instructions for the building of the shelves. Everything is a little vague no measurements and type of wood?
sonny on Apr 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You have to build a 4-sided box. The Kreg pocket hole system works great to connect the sides. The size of the box depends on the size of your pantry space; i.e., I made mine 29 inches deep even though the Pantry Slide System indicated a smaller depth. The bottom shelf was fixed with sides nailed to the bottom of the box and the two sides. I used a guide to drill holes on the sides of the box to support two adjustable shelves with the sides extended 3/4" to keep the shelves stable. I installed the System in the pantry opening and installed the box with the front flush with the face frame. I then used screws to attach the door to the front of the box.
Can you make a sliding rack to fit my cabinet door in my RV. 60'' x 22''x 10" This for a pantry as you pull the door straight out?
Richard P on Jan 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The Heavy-Duty Pantry Slide Systems would likely work. You only get the top and bottom slides. You have to make the box and shelves. You attach the box on the bottom and the top to the hardware components. The only limitations are the depth and the overall weight including the contents on the shelves. I used 24241 and actually made the box 29" deep. You mount the box at a depth so that the door, attached with screws from the inside of the front of the box, will end up in the correct position when closed.
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It seems that 20" and 26" lengths are odd, aren't most cabinet depths 12" or 24"? So, twenty for 24" cabinet? Thanks
connie on Jun 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, use the 20" version for your standard lower cabinet. A 12" upper is sufficiently shallow that you can see what's in the back, so no surprise that they wouldn't make a slide system for that. The 26" version would be useful for refrigerator-depth cabinets or perhaps a closet installation.
what about shelves ?
FredT on Apr 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you order just the hardware you would need to make your own box and shelves. It allows you to be more custom this way.
Is this set enough to make the pantry shown, or is it just 3 slides?
Justin M on Jan 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is three slides, enough for one pantry.
who can I ask or go to for making the shelving?
stines b on Nov 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The shelves are not all that hard to install or make.
1. there must be a backer board to keep the shelves square with the face. Use 3/8" plywood for this.
2 I used zinc plated shelf standards (cut to fit), one in each corner, and zinc plated shelf supports.
3. Using 3/8" plywood cut the shelves to fit loosely in the remaining space. Number to your choosing.
a. I used Oak for mine as it matched my doors. and used veneer for the face.
4. You also need a top and bottom board for support.

Greg C
Gummed Veneer Tape
Gummed Veneer Tape
Zinc Shelf Supports (16 per pack)
Zinc Shelf Supports (16 per pack)
Zinc Shelf Standards-Select length
Zinc Shelf Standards-Select length
First, what is the actual travel of the slides - 26 inches or is the overall length of the slide 26 inches with a travel of 16 inches? Second what is the total weight this system will support? Is it a total of 130 lbs. or is it 130 lbs. per bottom slide for a total of 260 lbs.?
William R on Sep 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The actual travel distance is 26 inches and the load for the entire slide out is 130 lbs. If you have enough room in the back of the cabinet, you can make the slide out shelf 29 inches deep for that extra can of soup on each shelf.
For bottom mounting, what is minimum board thickness to mount the slides. I assume 3/4” plywood would be ok?
Robert M on Nov 24, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I mounted in 3/4” plywood and had no issues. The slides have preformed well for over a year under heavy load
Adjusting??? How is the best way to adjust these things. I just install two sets. One set catches half way out, like theres a screw or something just out enough to stop the motion, then you have to tugg again to finish the opening.
the second one pulls out nice and smooth but when I push it back in is jumps and jitters around. If I grab the lower front and pull it out a bit (or pick it up) it rolls smoothly back into its slot. I am beside my self, I spent over two hours taking them out/ resetting and laying on the floor just watching the bearing slide to try and spot the problem
john l on Nov 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I don't know of any adjustments in the units themselves but I got them lined up by shimming under the mounting plates with card board. I think it's normal for it to be get stuck at the half way point. Mine did that for a while but they've smoothed out now. I don't know about the jittering problem.
I am building two pull out drawers to go inside an existing lower cabinet. There is a shelf dividing the cabinet into two sections. The hinges prevent me installing anything on the cabinet sides because of the hinges so I need slides that attach to the bottom of the shelf and cabinet bottom and the bottom of the pull-out boxes. Are these the right slides? Thanks.
LISA B on Aug 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I used them to make slide out for can goods, and anything I would normally put in a pantry. What I did was installed them on the bottom of the cabinet then mounted a piece of plywood on the guide, then attached the pullout to the plywood. That way I could adjust where I wanted it to fit in the cabinet.
Is there a soft close version of these slides?
Jack L on Nov 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have seen smaller versions that have a soft close version in hardware catalogs. The value of the system offered by Rockler is that you can custom build the height of the pantry. The only limit is the 100 pound weight and the depth. I actually made my pantry shelves 29 inches deep.
If trying to accommodate a 3' depth cabinet and offer access to the very back can they be installed central to the depth? Or does this adversely effect operation?
A shopper on Aug 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The slide only moves a set maximum distance. I believe it is 26". You install it at the front of the cabinet opening so the door closes on the face of the frame. It would not matter if your cabinet depth is 4' this hardware will only give you access to 26" of shelf storage.
I have a 24 inch pantry that I am converting to 2 side by side sliding pantries. The only sizes available are 20 inch and 26 inch. I dont think either one will work, any suggestions?
Bev the builder on Aug 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The 20” will work but door will protrude our a few inches. Depending on your arrangement, protrusion makes it easier to grab the door and allow for clearance for a mounted handle.
What is the maximum width you can have on the "heavy duty 26" three piece slide system?"
Marian E on Jul 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Not sure. It depends on the material you use for the drawer bottom. I used 3/4 inch cabinet plywood and that easily held up over a 36” span.
any directions for heavy duty pantry pullout assembly?
ronandmaureen on Jan 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I used the heavy duty slide system to modify an existing swing door and stationary shelves, to the pullout pantry. Opening dimensions are 15" wide x 53" vertical x 24" deep.
I basically installed the top center support. and bottom rails, fabricated bottom baseplate anchored to 2- bottom rails, saw what dimension the pocket consisted of, designed a box of 3/4" plywood, used Kreig pocket screws to secure plywood box to existing maple door front. After assembly, trimmed 3- shelves to fit into interior of plywood box.
I did allow for 1/4" shim between top pantry support and the fabricated plywood box. Also left 1/4" per side, clearance of the plwood box -to- the existing pantry opening. Lot of sketches during fabrication.
Unit turned out very well, and pantry has been fully loaded with can goods. It does take a fair amount of pull and push, but happy with the results.
Not allowed by this site to include picture of the finished pantry.
I installed these slides and built a pantry pullout as described. I have found the slides aren't smooth when I pull out the pantry. They get stuck when the extension starts to pull away from the part of the slide that is attached to the bottom of the cabinet. I found it doesn't matter if I have any weight on them the same thing happens. Like it has a hitch. Any recommendations? Do these need adjustment or lubrication? They are brand new.
Bluehen on Oct 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Installed them about 18 months ago. I was hoping they would smooth out after use but they haven't.
looking for the exact dimensions of the 26 inch system?
donna s on Mar 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: With this item you get a lower left slide and a lower right slide 26 inches long. You also get a center top slide. You have lots of flexibility in building a box with shelves that you connect to a cabinet with the slides. For example your slide-in shelf system could be 30 inches high or 40 inches high. I drilled holes inside of the front and back sides of the box to make the height in the middle shelves adjustable. Your cabinet shell should be at least 27 inches deep from the front of the face frame to back of the interior. If your cabinet shell is 29 inches deep, you can build the slide-in shelf system 28 inches deep. After you connect the slide-in shelf system you attach the door by screwing through the front part of the box, which you built, into the back of the door. There is a limit on the weight of the slide-in shelf system along with the contents. Consider your use - storing canned goods or cereal boxes.
What is the width depth and height of the cabinet?
Joe G on Feb 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Mine is 1 foot wide by 6 foot high by 21 inches deep, solid cherry with shelves. what you need to consider is the weight of the unit you need too build. The pantry slide would have held a pantry cupboard twice the weight of mine but that is the size I needed to build. It works flawlessly. Mike T
what is mounting hardware consist of in 26in slides #24241?
william g on Nov 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The mounting hardware for mounting the two lower 26" slides are heavy angle brackets that run the full length of the slide. Two come with each lower slide. One for mounting to the cabinet and to the slide. The second mounts to the slide and then to the bottom off the slide out pantry unit. the package comes with #8-5/8" zinc plated pan head screws. The upper slide is shipped attached to the lower slide bundle. The upper slide also comes with screws as well. Heavy duty stuff.
I have a total width of 3.5 inches. Would the two bottom slides fit within this dimension?
Sal A on May 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Each slide seems to take about 1 5/8 inch width. They should fit in your space. My brackets are on the outside, but I would think you would want to swap the two sides to keep the slides apart a bit more. I don't think it makes any difference but might check.
I am building a small pantry shelf in the he bottom kitchen cabinet it is a small cabinet 12" wide and the height of the pantry pull out would be 22" high 22" deep and 8" wide this is the size of the pullout . I was gonna use draw slide on the bottom but not sure if it will be acceptable . The small pull out is just for s spice rack. Can you help me with this. It only has 2 shelves ?
Chris on Aug 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The pantry slide system consists of three slides. Two on bottom and one on top. The two on the bottom must be mounted vertically, like a normal drawer slide would be. The top slide is mounted horizontally, or other words it looks like it is lying on its side. The bottom slides will only work mounted vertically. They cannot support any weight mounted horizontally. The top works horizontally only because it serves as a guide only and does not itself support any weight.
Can the top slide be mounted on a side?
William G on Jan 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes it could, but it would need to be done very close to the top of the cabinet for horizontal stability. Also, plan on an 1/8 to 1/4 inch of sag when the door is extended.
Does the 20 inch length come with a rear bracket for the top slide that will extend it to a 24" cabinet depth? If sold separately, what bracket is needed?
Steve W on Oct 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: That would be Rockler item #47585
I am looking to install a sliding pantry in my RV. Do you make a narrower version (single sided)?
SquireDude on Sep 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I purachased the slides in anticipation of building a slide-out cabintet. As of now, hat job is still on hold.

But, I imagine that using thre dimensions of the slides you can make any size you want. Depending upon the weight, you might want to use regular slides instead,.
How do you release the slides to allow pantry to be removed?
Alan M on Jul 20, 2018
Does anyone happen to have a picture of the actual slides themselves and not the poor excuse for picture from this product page?
Brant B on Dec 30, 2017
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