Garage Door Torsion Spring Conversion Kit
Convert to a torsion spring system quickly and easily with this garage door torsion spring conversion kit from Garage Door Nation! These are the same parts used by garage door repair professionals for conversion jobs!
About Our Garage Door Torsion Spring Conversion Kit
This garage door torsion spring conversion kit allows you to convert from extension springs, TorqueMaster and EZ-Set! Perfect for those looking to convert to torsion springs, you can save over $400 by doing this job yourself in as little as one hour!
Garage Door Torsion Spring Conversion Kit Specs
Our garage door torsion spring conversion kit includes:
Garage Door Cables
- Pair Of 7' High STD Lift Torsion Cables
- Cable Pair Capacity Per Door = 680 lbs.
- 1/8" X 113.75"
Garage Door Cable Drums
- Pair of Garage Door Cable Drums
- Maximum Door Height: 8'0"
- Capacity Per Drum: 265 lbs.
- Max Cable Thickness: 1/8"
- Cable Length: Floor to Shaft Center +8"
Garage Door End Bearing Plates
- 3-3/8" End Bearing Plates w/Flange
- Maximum Capacity Per Pair: 800 lbs
Garage Door Center Bearing Plate
- 11 Gauge
- Shaft Offset: 3-3/8"
Garage Door Center Bearing
- 1" Steel Bearing
- 2" Outside Diameter
- Rating: 400 lb. Load @ 35,000 Cycles, 12' Tall Garage Door
PLEASE NOTE: This kit does NOT include torsion springs. If you need assistance finding the right springs for your door, please visit this page: https://www.garagedoornation.com/pages/find-garage-door-springs-by-weight
This kit also does NOT include a garage door torsion tube.
Get Everything You Need To Convert Your Garage Door!
Garage Door Nation has everything you need to complete your garage door torsion spring conversion! You can order single or pairs of torsion spring FAST by visiting the Garage Door Nation Spring Wizard! We also have winding bars, lubricant, and more! Plus, we ship orders over $100 for FREE!
Get the parts you need for your garage door torsion spring conversion at Garage Door Nation today!
Over all this is a great kit to switch over to torsion springs. Or replacing a worn out torsion spring setup. However, I could have used some simple instructions like where all the part go and which way. I had an extra bearing in the box I didn't know what to do with. I find out it was supposed to go to the middle bracket. But I already had one there. Over all it was a good starter kit.
It was an easy retrofit of extension spring system using your springs and bracket kit. Ordering parts was a breeze and there was followup all the way to delivery.