Garage Door Torsion Springs Replacement Kit - 2 Springs + Parts! (fix broken springs)
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This garage door torsion springs repair kit page has helped over 1 MILLION American homeowners fix their garage doors, replace their springs and save money in the process!
This EXCLUSIVE garage spring repair replacement bundle kit is compatible with ALL garage door setups and has everything you need to fix your garage door! Complete with professional-grade steel torsion springs, our made-in-the-USA springs will outperform and outlast the competition!
The garage door torsion springs repair kit includes:
- (2) torsion springs (one left wound, one right wound based on the same measurements you enter above)
- (1) pair of round winding bars (work the same as hex winding bars)
- (1) pair of torsion cables
- (1) pair of end bearing plates (3-3/8" shaft offset)
- (1) center bearing
Retail value: $280+
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If you need to order springs by themselves or just 1 single spring, visit this page: https://www.garagedoornation.com/collections/springs
If you currently have a one-spring system and want to convert to a two-spring system, visit https://www.garagedoornation.com/pages/how-to-convert-from-one-spring-torsion-system-to-two-spring-system.
Need help measuring your springs? Visit https://www.garagedoornation.com/pages/how-to-measure-torsion-springs
If you recently added a garage door insulation kit, please let us know so we can modify the size of the springs you will need.
Torsion Springs Repair Kit FAQ
What Is A Torsion Spring?
A torsion spring is a type of steel spring that is mounted on garage doors. It has two types; one is single spring, while the other has two springs. The torsion spring kit works on a counterbalance system involving a cable, roller brackets and a cable drum.
How Does A Torsion Spring Work?
The torsion spring kit is the all-in-one solution to fix your garage door! It absorbs most of the weight of the door with its counterbalance mechanism. Its life depends on how many times your door opens and closes on a given day.
One Spring or Two Springs?
Having a one-spring garage door can sometimes cause problems in the future. The rate of wear and tear on the moving parts such as the cable is much higher in a one-spring torsion kit. It would not cost more than $10 to convert from one spring to two springs. In the long run, it will be worth every penny. However, it is important to have the dimensions of all the parts of both kits the same for better function and longer service life.
How Long Do Torsion Springs Last?
The standard for garage door torsion springs is 10,000 cycles. A cycle is one open and one close of your garage door. What we commonly refer to as “factory defect” is usually a case of “owner mistake” during installation. It is important then to get your dimensions right. When in doubt, never assume.
Meanwhile, metal objects need to be protected from rust, corrosion, and even the elements. Regular spraying with garage door lubricant on your door’s moving parts will ensure smoother operation, protection from elements and dust build up as well as rust.
How To Get The Right Garage Door Torsion Springs
First, let’s take a look at your door if it is unbalanced. An unbalanced garage door may do any of the following:
- Does not stay up when open.
- Does not stay down when closed.
- It does not stay in the middle.
If your garage door does any of these things, something is not right.
The springs need to be replaced after some time; they can break or become too slack, or perhaps the size is not compatible with the weight of your door. To find the appropriate spring, you need to do the following:
- Measure the springs. Measure the springs in this manner: get the inside diameter, wire size, length, wind, and type of ends.
- Weigh your door if you can, and get its height too.
- Get the door’s model number. The information you’re looking for could be found on the inside or sometimes on the side. But if the years made it unreadable, try the receipt or the paperwork it came with.
If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to contact us! Get your garage door back on track with this torsion springs kit from Garage Door Nation today!
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
If I have extension springs and want to convert to torsion springs, what springs do I use?
Thank you for the excellent question! We have many customers daily who want to convert from extension springs to torsion springs, so we've set up this page to help you determine the springs you need: https://www.garagedoornation.com/pages/how-to-convert-from-one-spring-torsion-system-to-two-spring-system
Once you've determined the spring length you need to convert, you can get the torsion springs and garage door springs replacement kit that matches up perfectly with your garage!