Liberty Hardware - Cabinet Accessories - 22" Soft-Close Ball Bearing Drawer Slide, 1 set per pkg in Zinc Plated

  • Item # LIB-210486
  • Model # 942205
  • UPC # 885785622025

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  • Material: STEEL
  • Finish: Zinc Plated

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    1. Q: Are these the slides that I saw on Ask This Old House?
      A: We do not have the information on which products were used. Was this answer useful to you?
    2. Q: What are the specs? I know the length is 22", but what are the height and width?
      A: Height: 1.79” inch, Width: 0.50” inch, Length: 21.75” inch, Center to Center: 22" inch. Was this answer useful to you?
    3. Q: can you use this glide for a shelf to slide in and out. what to mount on th etop of exsisting shelf and the bottom of the new extention pull out shelf . is the load bearings correct
      A: This specific ball bearing slide is typically used for a side installation.   Was this answer useful to you?
    4. Q: What is the load bearing capacity of this slide? Do you have any heavy-duty slides?
      • Rated for normal-duty use (Loads up to 50 lbs.)
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    5. Q: Does this slide have full extension
      A: This is a full extension slide that features a soft-close functionality to close any drawer softly and silently.  Was this answer useful to you?
    6. Q: My cabinet is 23" deep (drawer is 20"). I've purchased your 22" slides and the rear mounting bracket but the slide is still too short. Do you have a different (longer) rear bracket for purchase?
      A: For both side-mount and center-mount slides, typically measure the distance from the front edge of the cabinet to the inside face of the cabinet back and then subtract 1" inch to obtain the accurate size required for your application. Was this answer useful to you?