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Suspension Drawer Slide

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These four-point suspension drawer slides are a snap to install and will create a strong and stable slide! Works for new or existing drawers with a maximum drawer height of 5/8" less than cabinet opening and 1/8" to 5/32" clearance on each side. The 22 5/8" slide can be cut to length you need with a hacksaw.

(1) Pair of Suspension Drawer Slides
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Manufacturer Part Number #200 GOLD 22 5/8 DRW
Weight 1.3000
Tech Spec Drawer extends 4 1/2" less than overall length
Load Rating 50 lbs
Extension 3/4 Extension
Finish Gold
Length 22-5/8"
Mounting Method Under Mount
4.2 / 5.0
17 Reviews
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Worked great ez to use. However I didn’t like paying the shipping !!!!
March 13, 2019
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
This was a perfect replacement for our kitchen drawers! We looked everywhere in town and couldn't find anything that would work!
January 25, 2018
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Easy install
worked very well. were very simple to install.
January 25, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Under mount drawer tracks.
under mount drawer tracks worked out well.
Your company is tops.
L J M Indiana
November 8, 2017
over 2 years ago
My job was to replicate the old suspension guides and this products worked very well although I would suggest using a more up to date guide in the future. Not very much fun to install these guides in a cabinet already fixed into place.
April 27, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Suspension Drawer Slide
Happy with our purchase. Was hard to find a drawer slide that
worked on our cabinet drawer, but found it a Rockler! Very
satisfied, easy to install and now my cutlery drawer is working
November 1, 2016
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
They are easy to install and roll easy. I have used them before and will again. They work great for slide out shelves in cabinets.
November 19, 2015
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
These are well-built. Had some difficulty...
These are well-built. Had some difficulty with a couple that were bent in shipping, but they straighten pretty easy. They were purchased to replace 20-year old slides and a big improvement! They will last.
December 5, 2008
Well built and served the purpose...
Well built and served the purpose of replacing drawer slides that had worn out. The instructions need clearer installation drawings, however.
November 30, 2007
Works OK.
Rollers seem a bit loose and flimsy, but should last as long
January 11, 2017
over 2 years ago
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Why did you choose this?
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To replace one that's worn out.
Richard M on Apr 6, 2019
To replace original drawer guides which are no longer available.
Robert R on Feb 20, 2019
To replace one that's worn out.
Richard M on Apr 6, 2019
Replace the for our kitchen sliders
Jim G on Mar 5, 2019
To replace original drawer guides which are no longer available.
Robert R on Feb 20, 2019
Worked wonderfully! Great product.
Katherine O on Dec 16, 2018
Susan M on Dec 13, 2018
Replace existing worn drawer slide
HAL G on Nov 17, 2018
This is a replacement for a similar slide that broke.
BRADLEY S A on Nov 3, 2018
Fix a dresser drawer.
Michael D on Sep 9, 2018
To fix existing cabinet drawer made by Merrillat
Charlotte Z on Aug 6, 2018
looking for something that will fit
freddie f on Jul 3, 2018
this matches the style my old drawer had with the rollers on the front and back with a track. Also i like how the roller on the front is attached to the rail.
Mark A on Jun 6, 2018
To replace a broken one
Sandra W on May 24, 2018
It matches the slide that used to be on this drawer
Marc K on Apr 23, 2018
could not find another that might work in our cabinet
Phyllis G on Apr 17, 2018
replacing broken one
mark c on Apr 17, 2018
Very small side clearance required.
Bill on Mar 17, 2018
This was hard to find as a replacement for our existing hardware, but we found it here.
Kelly G on Feb 27, 2018
Very helpful customer service, quality product based on reviews, reasonable prices.
Douglas S on Feb 19, 2018
Our old drawers didn't have room for any other type of glide.
Susan M on Feb 8, 2018
i need them
Gene W on Feb 6, 2018
Seems to be the best solution for my project
Robert C S on Jan 27, 2018
Repair broken slide
Philip K on Dec 22, 2017
To see if this will work to replace 35 year old hardware.
Dale m on Nov 28, 2017
appears this would work best on a silverware draw.
Thomas S on Oct 30, 2017
I have Well made older cabinets with flimsy Gliders.<br />thin clearance on sides .These should install nicely
larry m on Oct 16, 2017
I have two old drawers with extremely tight clearances on all sides.
Kurt R on Aug 27, 2017
Only draw slides that I found that would adapt to unconventional draw cabinet enclosure sizes.
A.W. M on May 28, 2017
Needed the smaller side spacing on the drawer sides need all the room I can get for inside drawer measurement
RICK B on Apr 7, 2017
I chose this pair of drawer slides to replace slides on a Home Crest kitchen cabinet drawer. I could not find this type at local hardware or home improvement stores. The description and illustrations were a great help in matching these with the originals. Thanks
John M on Mar 31, 2017
Have a table that is missing a drawer. The drawer opening has no bottom brace and this bracket looks like it will hold the drawer in place and slide well. Found a drawer that fits the opening hope this bracket will attach and work.
Stanley M on Mar 24, 2017
Drawers are in a cabinet with a face frame with a 1inch overlay. I wanted to avoid having to "fill in" the sides to support side mount slides. Plus they can be cut to exact length without fill in blocks
David H on Mar 15, 2017
fit the project currently working on
jamcarp on Feb 19, 2017
Replace worn slides. Unable to use any other slides due to clearance issues.
Josh N on Feb 19, 2017
Lori F on Feb 15, 2017
Limited choices for slide replacement on 50 year old drawers. Unable to use side mount slides. Function of existing center slide leaves a lot of room for improvement.
Ron O on Feb 5, 2017
Replace failed rail system on drawer.
Russ T on Jan 29, 2017
Replace failed slides on existing cabinets
Stephen R on Jan 24, 2017
Couldn't find it anywhere else.
Greg j on Jan 17, 2017
its the same as what I have on my existing drawer.
Michael F on Dec 28, 2016
looks similar to original
jmf on Dec 20, 2016
only type that works with our cabinet drawer
Lisa E on Oct 10, 2016
Replace 30 yr old warn out slides
Deborah S on Sep 25, 2016
old center mounts failing
Bruce K on Aug 18, 2016
Replacing 30+ year old slides, this appears to be the required type
Keith J on Aug 13, 2016
Virginia M on Jul 31, 2016
trying to match what I have
Karen B on Jul 12, 2016
First ones ordered worked perfectly
Blizz on Apr 30, 2016
old drawers. the only ones I could find that would replace them
Diane B on Apr 29, 2016
Replace existing worn out slides
Rand U on Mar 31, 2016
Replace existing slides.
Earl S on Mar 8, 2016
Replace the for our kitchen sliders
Jim G on Mar 5, 2019
Worked wonderfully! Great product.
Katherine O on Dec 16, 2018
my broken drawer slide needs replaced but cannot be screwed at the back or the side. The existing one slides into a glued on plastic bracket. I cannot find a new slide.
joe p on Aug 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sounds like you have a drawer that's like you have in an RV or camper. RV dealers have these slides and brackets.
this looks like what i have for drawer slides but what slide hardware do i have under my drawer or is this in the kit?
roy f on Dec 14, 2015
I have this currently style of slide. I measure 23" with the mounting bracket at the back. Does the mounting bracket on this one add to the overall length?
Diane B on Apr 29, 2016
How does the front attach to cabinet? I need for a workbench but the picture shown is confusing.
Larry S on Jan 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It attaches to the cross member dividing the cabinet. I had to measure and cut each slide to fit between the back of the cabinet and the front. The tabs of the slide go on top of the cabinet rail.
Hello all. Could someone please tell me: What is the deepest drawer this slide can accommodate? I have a 22 inch deep box and this seems potentially too tight.
Michael W on Jan 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Sorry Michael,

The drawes I used these on were only 19 inches, I din't think I had another 3 inches!

can these be used with flat bottom draws?
Jeremy S on Jun 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: THey can be used on flat bottom drawers however I found that they were somewhat difficult to line up and also found that they did not work on the very bottom drawer in my case. I did have some drawers that do not work real smoothly. I have to spend some time in adjustment. As a result I have about half of the drawers that I couldn't use. I haven't been very prompt of asking to return the unused unopened slides.
Will this work to make a shelf in a kitchen cabinet into a pullout shelf?
Karen P on Aug 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Possibly, that depends on how thick the shelf is, what is the makeup of the back of the cabinet (real plywood or masonite) and how much weight is planned for the shelf use?
I installed mine on a silverware drawer, which is pretty heavy, and it works well.
Does this include rear mounts?
Ed T on Jul 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: yes it does. Rollers for front and back..after you figure out how they work they work quite well. Very smooth
does suspension drawer slide also include the fixed wheel/bracket for the back of the drawer too?
Jim G on Mar 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes bracket and wheel are one assembly,.
I’m building drawers for my closet cabinet. 24 in deep x 30 in wide x 6 height maximum. Would prefer bottom mount as looks easier to install. This will be my first time installing drawer slides. Would these be a good option? Thank you.
Cynthia B on Jan 18, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes. Stable for a slide and easy to install.
I plan to install these on some slide out drawers/shelves I am going to build and install in a 32" wide some base cabinet. Will these work for slide out drawers without a face frame? How much of the hardware will be exposed?
PaulWilson on Mar 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There shouldn't be any exposed hardware. the roller rails themselves will be completely inside the cabinet, and the roller hardware sits and the lower rear of the drawer and will not be seen unless you remove the drawer. anything that might show upon initial installation will be covered by the drawer once you place it in the hole.
can they be cut down to fit 12 inch deep drawer?
bryan on Jan 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes the brackets that mounts to the cabinet back accepts the rails. If you cut the rails shorter they should still fit into the brackets. Then you have to cut the drawer rails and reattach the wheels to the drawers. Just make sure the wheels align with the rails