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Variable height brackets and ball-bearing slides each with 2 shelf tabs, hold-in mechanism and friction latch. 24" max keyboard width, black zinc chromat finish.
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14" Keyboard Slides with Tabs, Black
14" Keyboard Slides with Tabs, Black Item #: 26174
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Special Price $18.50 Regular Price $36.99
Pair
16" Keyboard Slides with Tabs, Black
16" Keyboard Slides with Tabs, Black Item #: 29452
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$36.99
Pair
18" Keyboard Slides with Tabs, Black
18" Keyboard Slides with Tabs, Black Item #: 24332
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$36.99
Pair

Variable Height Keyboard Slides with Shelf Tabs-Keyboard Slides

Item #
GRP21492_1
Rating:
94% of 100
Variable Height Keyboard Slides with Shelf Tabs-Keyboard Slides
Variable Height Keyboard Slides with Shelf Tabs-Keyboard Slides

Two shelf tabs on each slide make mounting trays easier. Variable height brackets and smooth, ball-bearing movement suit these slides for a wide variety of keyboard applications. With height adjustability ranging from 2-11/32" to 3-11/16" (in 7/32" increments),these slides accommodate nearly all keyboards.


Features:
  • Hold-in mechanism prevents accidental rollout
  • Friction latch securely holds keyboard in extended position
  • Lever release allows for simple slide member separation and easy installation
  • Reversible mounting brackets can turn inward if side clearance is limited
(1) Variable Height Keyboard Slides with Shelf Tabs-Keyboard Slides
More Information
Weight 2.6000
Tech Spec
  • 75-pound load capacity
  • 3/4 extension
  • Black zinc chromate finish
  • Maximum keyboard tray width: 24 inches
Technical Documents
Finish Black, Chrome, Zinc
4.7 / 5.0
17 Reviews
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Works well.
No issues with slides or installation.
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Added Oct 18, 2018
October 19, 2018
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
I haven't used them yet, they look great and when I finish my granddaughters desk I will put them on and send a picture, probably in august sometime, thanks
July 15, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Works great
I retrofitted an armoire I bought at Habitat ReStore to be a computer station. These slides were perfect for the project. The directions were easy to understand, however one dimension was stated incorrectly. But it is a strong and sturdy keyboard slide.
March 2, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
Excellent product
These were easy to install and work exactly as described
January 3, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Product is heavy duty, easily mounted, sliding mechanism operates very smoothly. Saved a ton of money compared with buying a pre-made sliding keyboard tray.
October 26, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
easy to install and works really well
June 1, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Rockler rocks again
I would highly recommend this product. It was easy to install and had a smooth glide.
Barn wood desk and sewing table. The keyboard slides fit well and had a smooth glide.
Barn wood desk and sewing table. The keyboard slides fit well and had a smooth glide.
September 17, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Great slides.
Have used these slides numerous times with no fails. They glide smoothly and latch in the fully open position.
April 23, 2016
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Variable Height Keyboard Slides
I am very pleased with the keyboard slides that I purchased for a computer desk I build for my daughter. The slides are very well made and strong. The action of the slide is very smooth and has a lock to hold it in or out. It is easy to install and will make an average computer desk a whole lot better functioning and looking. Would recommend these to everyone.
October 27, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Sturdy for keyboard tray
I put a block under the desk to attach these slides to, then did a fine adjustment to the height. The detent which holds the tray fully out or in works nicely. Easy to mount.
July 22, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
needed it
Douglas A on Jun 28, 2018
REFERRAL FROM SAUDER
BRADLEY V on Jun 19, 2018
needed it
Douglas A on Jun 28, 2018
You had good ratings on the slides and making granddaughter a desk
Frank E on Jun 23, 2018
REFERRAL FROM SAUDER
BRADLEY V on Jun 19, 2018
building a new computer desk
joseph f on Mar 7, 2018
I need to add a keyboard slide to an existing desk.
John G on Feb 6, 2018
Need to have a slide out keyboard tray on a customer's computer desk that I am building.
Steven P on Nov 20, 2017
Install new keyboard drawer.
James N on Sep 26, 2017
I need replacement parts for an O'Sullivan desk. The company is now out of business, but Sauder recommended your company for the parts I need.
Michael S on Sep 7, 2017
I wanted full extension, but 3/4 extension was the most I could find.
Richard M on Jul 2, 2017
statements on web site
Janee G on May 17, 2017
Versatile -- will pretty much fit anything my customer may wish to use for a keyboard.
Michael H on Apr 16, 2017
the product looked very easy to install &stable
Patrick K on Feb 7, 2017
My pc cabinet from Sauder was discontinued in 2008 and they don't carry the replacement parts anymore for the keyboard slide. They recommended you.
Jacqueline H on Nov 17, 2016
I needed the option to adjust the width of the slides
Ernie V on Jul 11, 2016
I needed to replace an existing keyboard slides that broke.
Mike S on Jun 24, 2016
I am building a desk and will need this.
Mike B on Mar 19, 2016
To create a drawer for the keyboard for our desktop (tower) computer. Keeps the keyboard out of the way when not in use.
Ronald H on Mar 10, 2016
I used this to finish a computer desk. The keyboard slide is outstanding, and is easy to install. It gave the desk a real professional feel and look when completed.
Frank G on Dec 3, 2015
Works great. Very simple to install.
Alexander D on Oct 5, 2015
Because I needed it
Kevin on Sep 6, 2015
Will do exactly what I need with the most space for a keyboard I could find !
Holly R on Aug 6, 2015
makes a good key board slide
john w on Jun 28, 2015
Exactly what I needed to complete my built office unit.
Paul B on Apr 14, 2015
You had good ratings on the slides and making granddaughter a desk
Frank E on Jun 23, 2018
building a new computer desk
joseph f on Mar 7, 2018
Why is the maximum keyboard width specified as 24 inches? Since there are two independent brackets why can't you place them 36 inches apart ?
James H on Jun 12, 2016
I only have 12in. Depth...can these slides be cut down and still be useable?
Steve K on Nov 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I suppose if you are very good with a saw maybe. You would have to do the following:
1) remove inner slides from static brackets (not sure you can do that.
2) Cut static brackets
3)probably make some sort of stop on the static brackets.
4) Cut inner slides being careful to leave enough ball bearings.
5)Reattach inner slides.
So if you can remove the inner slides and make four exact cuts,
yes
What is the extension? I plan to use this with a laptop, not a keyboard.
Jim J on Oct 4, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Full extension. To get a precise measurement, just slide an unmounted slide determine where you want to mount keyboard slide.
My keyboard shelf is 12" deep, but 34" wide. Will this hardware work with my keyboard shelf?
Darlene on May 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I think these will do the job nicely. You would want to get the 14" or larger ones.
Since the spacing of the brackets is not fixed they can easily support a 36" wide shelf.
When I built a computer desk for my son last year,, he wanted to type without pulling the shelf out, so we mounted blocks under the desk top to increase the spacing between the desk top and the shelf mounted underneath.
I need to mount the slides without the mounting brackets, that is, directly to the vertical surface of the desk. It looks as though that may be possible, but there is no reference to such a possibility anywhere. Is it possible?
James C on Mar 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The slides could be mounted to a vertical surface using the screw hole that would normally be used to attach the mounting brackets. The front of the slide might interfere with the front edge of the vertical surface when it is fully retracted so some shims might be needed allow the front of the slide to clear the front edge of the vertical surface. Hope that helps.
My keyboard tray is 11" deep. How far apart are the tabs that mount the glides to the tray?
Jerry P on Jan 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You didn't say what size you bought. On the 16" slides the tray tabs are 6-1/2 inches apart with the closest one being 2-3/4 inches from the front of the slide. FYI: My trays are usually 12x30 which leaves room for a large gaming keyboard and a mouse pad and have had no issues going beyond recommended width max. of 24 inches.
My keyboard is 14 1/2" deep. Will it work properly with a 16" slide?
Bud B on Apr 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: That is a huge keyboard! The 16" slide supports a 16 inch shelf, but only extends 11-1/2 inches. Some of your keyboard may be under the desktop, so position it as far forward as possible if you need access to the last 3 inches.
I need a pull out shelf, not tray , for a laptop , can you attach a shelf to the slides ? Or only your trays ?
Simon on Jun 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I attached them to a shelf I built. Works great!.
I need a slide 15" in length, do you have this size????
joseph p on Jun 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This keyboard slide is not available in 15" length.
Could this be mounted on the top side of the shelf instead of undermounted? My computer armoire has a drawer below the shelf and I would rather not lose it to install the keyboard. Thx
Ranchgirl on Apr 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The answer is yes. Make sure you adjust the height and have enough room for the key board and sup[piort board since both will be below the key board.
How does the friction latch work? Do you just pull it out until it latches, or is there a lever somewhere?
Jamey B on Jan 25, 2018
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