This may be too late, but I would be reluctant to use those at 130 lbs. Canned goods weigh like lead.
I built a number of them using ones similar to your link made by accuride. I tried to look up the number for you but, like most corporations, accuride is run by an idiot, and I don't have a week to find out if they have them on their website.
My old catalog is in the shop. The slides which are 10 feet from me do not have a model number next to the accuride trademark which is clearly visible. The model number is probably inside the slide and to get it would require destroying the slide.
At any rate, I can't remember how expensive they are, but they are rugged enough to hold up vertical pantry shelving full of pickles, soup etc. They have the two angle irons, and for pantrys like these pictured, I was able to split a pair, using only one of the rugged ones per slide out "drawer" that I mounted underneath on a chunk of poplar, seen below. You can barely make out the angle iron on top of the poplar. The other angle iron is screwed up into the back of the drawer (1/2" prefinished maple). You can also see it on the drawer on the left in the same picture below. The white you see on top in the picture is the bottom of the bottom shelf and does not touch the angle iron which is screwed into the poplar block (unpainted). You will notice that there is very little clearance between drawers using this method, and little space is lost.
I used a file drawer slide mounted sideways up top and screwed to the top of the unit. To do this so that both bottom and top slides hit the end of travel at the same time takes a bit of diddling before you mount them. Also, the file drawer slide must be "hard mounted" without using the little clip things or it will flop around when mounted sideways instead of vertical like they are supposed to be.
This particular unit is in my own house, otherwise I'd have used the same type slides mounted top and bottom. But I was short of cash at that stage, and was using leftovers from other jobs.
Just like those ugly screws
. But they only show when you are laying on the floor looking up.