|Item Weight||31.5 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||22.3 x 8.1 x 3.2 inches|
|Item model number||dspro100-22|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Size||22 Inches-10 Pack|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
10 Pack Promark Full Extension Drawer Slide (22 Inches)
|Price:||& FREE Shipping|
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Features: Full Extension non-handed Positive Stop for fully extended drawers Hold-in design to prevent bounce back 32mm hole pattern with breating tabs Open access design for easy cabinet mounting Cushioned feature for pick-up noise reduction Steel ball bearing movement 100 lb. BIFMA tested load rating Face frame mounting hole Lever disconnect Application: Medium duty box drawer applications. This product has various applications in kitchens, office, store fixture, institutional and residential casework. Mounting: Side Mount Movement: Full extension with telescopic movement Side Clearance: 1/2” (12.7mm) + 1/16” Height: 1.80” (45.7mm) Load Rated: 100lbs (45kg) BIFMA load rated
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These slides are 0.50” wide when lying flat, but 0.53” when upright as the ball bearings center themselves in their grooves, so they need to be spaced 1 1/16” wider than the drawer, or 17/32” on each side. The part that attaches to the cabinet has mounting tabs that allow the slides to pull away from the cabinet to accommodate the slides being mounted too far apart. If mounted too close together, the ball bearings will ride on only one side of the track, making them harder to open and close.
The slides are lubricated with a clear sticky thick grease making them harder to pull out, but that gets better with use. Cleaning them and lubricating them with a lighter grease might make them slide more easily.
My slides came with 80 5/8” flat head mounting screws, a nice improvement over no screws. The slides allow for up to 1/8” tall screw heads, so #8 pan head sheet metal screws work fine, are easily found at home improvement stores, and allow for some adjusting if you use the slots or larger holes. They also come in a variety of lengths so you can pick the length appropriate for your drawer and mounting cabinet thickness.
My one complaint is the lack of this sort of technical information in the box, which could be remedied with a half sheet of printed paper.
Overall, these are great slides for the price, and would be a solid 5 stars if they included a piece of paper with dimension specifications, screw alternatives, and an explanation of the various mounting holes.
After drawing my slide center lines I used one guide as a drill hole template. Four to five screws were used per metal slide and the location marked with a sharp pencil. I then pre-drilled a pilot hole for each screw with a controlled depth of 3/8 inch. The screws I used are Zinc Phillips Truss Head Coarse Thread, 8x7/16. I hope this helps.
so if you're doing this - get the Promark PRO200RB Rear Mounting Brackets that will really stabilize the back of the drawer, and the
100 Pack Rok Hardware #8 x 1/2" Standard Thread to lock them in. If your wall brackets are wood, see if you need dowls or plugs where you'll be drilling, don't forget your eye glasses and flashlight and you'll be all set. Note - there are ten pairs in here (not just ten slides).