I think it would be possible but not with hardware included in the box. I think if you got some decent L brackets you could make it work.
Great questions Dino...strong insight :-) First, please be sure to read our detailed Measuring Guide on HomeDepot.com. Two separate shelves on one existing full fixed shelf is possible (typically one behind each door if the cabinet has two doors that come together in the middle). To measure for this, take the clear width of the opening (not the wall-to-wall measurement)...subtract 1/2 inch and then divide by 2. This is the width measurement you would provide us during the order process. When installing, the right rail of the left slide-out shelf and the left rail of the right slide-out shelf will butt together in the center of the opening. If the fixed shelves that you will secure our slide-out shelves to are strong and secure, having two smaller units side-by-side should be fine. Typically, with a smaller slide-out shelf you will rarely store enough items to maximize the weight capacity/rating of our slide-out or rail system. We have had customers install our made-to-fit slide-out shelves on top shelves of tall pantry cabinets and cabinets above refrigerators...again as long as the cabinet base and/or full fixed shelf you mount to is strong and stable, you should be fine. If you need a step stool to reach a level now, you will still likely need one even when the slide-out shelf is fully-extended. Enjoy!
Absolutely-that’s what I got them for. My pantry is deep and I couldn’t get to the back - these shelves were perfect so I can get full usage and see everything.
You have to click on the link provided and go to an outside website first, put your dimensions in that site, then it will re-direct you to Home Depot's page to pay.
.25 of an inch.
They can be from 16 3/4" to 24" deep
Lays flat on existing shelf
From the floor of the cabinet to the top fo the front is about 2", 4" in the back. Precise dimensions are listed on the Slide-a-Shelf web site. The rails space the shelf approximately 1/4" off the bottom of the cabinet.
you would need to purchase two slide a shelfs.
Love my shelf! Makes life easier when getting out my pots!