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Everbilt

Model 5020S15

Internet #202088378

Store SKU #708196

150 lb. Extension Springs (2-Pack)

$33.98 / each
If you buy 2 or more
$29.90 / each

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Product Overview

The Everbilt 150 lb. Extension Springs (2-Pack) are made of spring steel and designed to be mounted perpendicular above the horizontal track of the garage door. They stretch to provide lifting power for the garage door. The springs have a safety cable inside to prevent injury in case of accidental breakage.

  • Suitable for 2-car garage doors
  • Safe length when stretched of 67 in. according to ansi/dasma 103
  • Able to lift garage doors up to 150 lb.
  • Color-coded red to indicate weight-bearing capacity
  • Durable and tested to open and close the door at least 10,000 times
  • Installation guidelines and hardware included

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What does the purple color on a garage door spring mean?

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January 14, 2016
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See link below.
http://www.dasma.com/PDF/Publications/TechDataSheets/CommercialResidential/TDS171.pdf
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can the 150 lb spring work successfully on a lighter door?

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Door operation (in particularly the success of the automatic opener) is contingent on the spring being balanced to the weight of the door. If the spring and door weight do not match it will place undo stress on the door and the opener. If you are unaware of the weight of the door to match with a spring we recommend consulting a garage door professional to weigh the door.
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Door operation (in particularly the success of the automatic opener) is contingent on the spring being balanced to the weight of the door. If the spring and door weight do not match it will place undo stress on the door and the opener. If you are unaware of the weight of the door to match with a spring we recommend consulting a garage door professional to weigh the door.
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Can these springs be used with a 1 car garage?

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The box that the springs come in state it is for a 16' x 7' garage door. My door is 9' x 7'. I did confirm the weight of the door is 150 lbs.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy install. Works so far Bought this last year to replace a stretched spring. Installation was pretty easy. Bought a couple 1/4 in links for easy connection to the door and roof support. It's still working well with no stretching issue. May 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Powerful spring for a 130 lbs two car garage door My Wayne Dalton torsion springs were broken. It costs over $90 for a pair of torsion springs. It takes more than 2 hours to replace the torsion springs. I decided to modify my garage door with a pair of extension springs with spring loaded pulleys. Searching for a pair of quality springs online and found this Everbilt 150 lb extension springs. Normal extension springs working length is around 46 inches. These Everbilt extension springs normal extension working length is 67 inches. My door is 130 lbs. If I use a pair of 150 lb. springs, each spring force is about 75 lb. Everbilt springs can last 10,000 open/close cycles. With a pair of 150 lb springs for a 130 lb garage door, these springs should last over 10,000 cycles without problem. Installed the pulleys, cables, and springs in less than 2 hours. The garage door opens/closes so smoothly. These springs will be much cheaper and easier to replace than the Wayne Dalton torsion springs. March 22, 2014
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