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Wooden Trestle Table Slides

Item #
29660
Rating:
76% of 100

Add capacity for leaves up to 14" wide to your trestle style table for additional seating area with Trestle Table Slides. They provide level support and smooth extension for adding a leaf at each end of your table.

(4) Trestle Table Slides
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number CTA24-2226-200-OROCC
Weight 7.4000
Tech Spec
  • Wooden slides extend from 26" (closed position) to 40" (open position)
  • Set includes four slides - two for each table end
  • Made of high grade hardwood
  • Sections are approximately 1" thick and 2" high (each slide is made of two sections)
Hardware Type Extension Slides
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I used these on a custom barn table. They worked great and gave me no issues.
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January 4, 2019
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
custom table slides
these worked great, nice price for the set! made the table we were making work and look really great.
May 19, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Get the job done!
I used four of these (one pack) on my breadboard end harvest table. The table top is made of 1-3/4" hickory and the slides support 12" leaves of the same thickness hickory. Mine came with a dimensioned drawing and installation suggestions. They work great !
October 19, 2016
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Trestle table slides
These are very nice slides for a trestle table that I am building. Though there was no installation instructions, it is pretty obvious how to install them. They seem well built and slide very nicely. Worth the money!
August 31, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I like these slides
So far so good...we have ordered and used dozens of these slides with great success on our expandable trestle tables. Always remember to grease the slides to ensure smooth operation.
I don’t believe it’s a long lasting product. That 40 years of woodworking experience talking.
Not impressed!
February 19, 2019
Purchased
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Poor quality
It Will probably work but is very poor quality
July 4, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I ordered a set of the...
I ordered a set of the trestle slides for a table I'm building and was suprised to see the poor quality and spindly design. They are way under built and not even the same so I sent them back and decided to make my own.
June 13, 2012
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
best price and availability
william f on Sep 9, 2019
Easy to install and work well
Dennis K on Jul 30, 2019
best price and availability
william f on Sep 9, 2019
sounds like they work and best price I found
Michael S on Aug 25, 2019
Easy to install and work well
Dennis K on Jul 30, 2019
I've used these on a few trestle style dining tables. They work great!
Audrey P on Mar 5, 2019
Needed for a trestle table.
Thomas D on Jan 16, 2019
Building a trestle dining room table and free shipping lead me to purchase from Rockler.
Don Y on Jan 6, 2019
Added leaf extensions to my custom build red oak mission table
Thomas M on Apr 14, 2018
broken sliders on our table
Frederick H on Feb 27, 2018
To finish a custom made table
Karla B on Feb 19, 2018
Do not have the saw blade to cut this.
Michael R on Jan 30, 2018
Like the design concept for my project
Richard F on Dec 30, 2017
Exact answer for my design.
Lawrence I on Dec 16, 2017
It was closest to the old slide in form and function.
Clark H on Jul 3, 2017
It seemed to be the best option for a slide because I didn't want to use metal slides.
Fredric B on Sep 14, 2016
building a table
jennifer v on Apr 19, 2016
I needed it.
Thomas T on Aug 10, 2015
sounds like they work and best price I found
Michael S on Aug 25, 2019
I've used these on a few trestle style dining tables. They work great!
Audrey P on Mar 5, 2019
How thick can the tabletop material be for these? I have 2 inch thick wormy maple live edge slabs I'm working with and would like to have the ability to add an additional 12 inches of top at each end of the table.
Bill E on Dec 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I can't provide a direct answer to your question. I think the issue is not a question of tabletop thickness but rather of the weight of the extension. Each slide is held to the under side of the tabletop with 3 screws and 2 screws hold the extension to the slide. I expect the 2" thick extension might be quite heavy and I suppose one could always firm up the attachment to the tabletop with additional screws to address the weight. Sorry I can't be more help.
So the extension leaves when not in use, are pulled out and stored somewhere else, i.e. not under the fixed part of the table top?
WoodInMind on Jul 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Depending on the size of the leaves and design of the table it is possible to store them under the table. The extensions work well and I was very satisfied.
Does a set of these come as 4 so there are 2 for each end or is there only 2 in a set so I have to order them twice?
Sean F on Oct 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These are sold as four, 2 per end
Can these slides be used with a removal extension leaf, that is, retracted beneath the table top and pulled out when a leaf is to be added?
Fredric B on Jul 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These slides are for tables with breadboard ends. The slides are attached to the table body and the breadboard end. The breadboard can pull away from the table and a leaf can be placed in between the breadboard and the table body. The slides can then be closed around the leaf. Hope this helps..

Thanks,
Ken
owner, KS WoodCraft
What's the ideal end-width to ensure the slide isn't visible? I'm using 48"-wide plywood and would like 18" leaves and 10" ends, but don't want to add too much weight.
KATHY A on Sep 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: If you are using the Rockler trestle table slide, 2 to 3 inches from the end and 8 to 10 inches on the sides. However, if you have an apron around the sides of your table, the slides will never show.
could these be used to support a drop leaf?
Bart T on Feb 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: No they could not be used for drop leaf. Each end attaches to the table top.
what makes trestle table slide stay up?
Alan B on Feb 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 6 screws attach the slides to the bottom of the stationary center portion of the table and to the expandable leaf. The guides then rely on their strength to stay up while expanded. I ended up adding a stabilizer under the table to give it extra strength
What is the weight capacity? How heavy can my leaves be?
Aaron on Jul 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I don't know the weight limit but I do know that it will hold up to normal dining. BUT do not let anyone put full weight pressure on the leaf to help them stand up. I had a rather large family member do that and it cracked! Wood is great but I replaced with the metal slides. Just my 2 cents.
Will these have any impact on wood movement connection the table top to a breadboard?
Nick S on May 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I don’t expect them to have any impact on wood movement. I expect if I have any movement in my breadboard ends, that the slides will tend to rack slightly side to side.
does the sliding mechanism use metal gears?
Michael L on Dec 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: There are no metal gears. The slides are all wood. The slide run in dovetail slots on the two runners.
We are wanting to make a craft table that extend from 20 inches to 120 inches. Do you have slides to do this?
Val H on Nov 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: To find slides that small to go that big is asking a lot, most slides accommodate 18 to 36 inches ur asking it to cover 100 inches, I think u May want to rethink ur plans
Will these slides work on any size farmhouse table?
Farmhouse Love on May 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Sure... They will open to the length specified. I used them for a 12" width leaf. They work fine.
will these work on a refectory type table ?
john m on Dec 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Probably. I used them to cantilever the ends of a harvest table for 12" leaves.
can they be cut to a smaller length. only have 10 in. clearance between the table legs and the end of table?
james f on Aug 27, 2017
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