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Prime-Line

Model GD 12192

Internet #100111928

120 lbs. Sectional Overhead Garage Door Extension Spring

$17.87 /each

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Heavy-duty (10,000 cycles) extension springs have double loop ends for extra durability. 5 sizes will replace most all spring configurations on residential doors that are no higher than 7 ft. 1/8 In. Galvanized carbon steel aircraft cable installs through your springs to prevent injury in case of breakage.

  • Heavy duty (10,000 Cycles) extension springs have double loop ends for extra durability
  • 1/8 In. Security cable included
  • Cable installs through springs to prevent injury in case of breakage
  • 2 Springs will lift a door weighing 120 lbs

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can this srping handle a 10 x10 door

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January 28, 2015
will II need to replace both springs, how many turns on the preload require
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August 22, 2016
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This is not the type of spring with preload, "Extension" springs (old style) are meant to be strung crosswise to the door. I believe you are talking about "Torsional" springs that fit close to the wall, just above a closed door. You have to weigh the door. Use vise grips or C-clamps to hold the cables tight to the brackets that hold the tracks and raise it with a pry-bar and some 2x4s onto a analog Read More
This is not the type of spring with preload, "Extension" springs (old style) are meant to be strung crosswise to the door. I believe you are talking about "Torsional" springs that fit close to the wall, just above a closed door. You have to weigh the door. Use vise grips or C-clamps to hold the cables tight to the brackets that hold the tracks and raise it with a pry-bar and some 2x4s onto a analog bathroom scale. Read Less
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July 21, 2015
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YES. ONLY ONE OF MY SPRING WAS REPLACED.
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February 5, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. This spring is rated for an 8 Ft. x 7 Ft. door.


For additional questions regarding this item, or any other product manufactured by Prime-Line Products, please call their toll free number at (877) 649-9740, or contact them by email at info@primeline.net
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Will this 120 lb spring set handle a 7' x 8' wooden door or a vinyl door?

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August 22, 2016
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My door is 7x9 wood and weighs 120 lbs. If you clamp the cables to the door tracks and use some pry bars and 2x4s you can lift it up onto a bathroom scale. Then you will know for sure what it weighs.
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March 26, 2016
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This spring is rated for an 8 Ft. x 7 Ft. door.
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Replace both springs?

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One spring broke. Do I need to replace both sides or can I replace one spring?
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Definitely!
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December 16, 2014
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Thank you for your inquiry reguarding this item from Prime-Line Products. You can replace the broken one only but it might cause you more problems. Your garage door can become out of balance, The tension on the order one might not be as good as the new one which will cause the old one to possibly break. We recomend to replace both springs.
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will this sprig handled a 7 by 16 ft overhead door.

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Doubtful, unless it is aluminum or very thin steel. My 7x9 wood door weighs 120 lbs. Just at this springs weight range.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry regarding these garage door springs from Prime-Line Products. If your garage door is an old-style “Cantilever” type door; a door that is one solid panel that cantilevers up and out of the way… we do not have any cantilever garage door springs. If it is the newer sectional type garage door and the door weighs about 120 lbs., then a 120 lb. spring on each side will Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry regarding these garage door springs from Prime-Line Products. If your garage door is an old-style “Cantilever” type door; a door that is one solid panel that cantilevers up and out of the way… we do not have any cantilever garage door springs. If it is the newer sectional type garage door and the door weighs about 120 lbs., then a 120 lb. spring on each side will work.
How to weigh a garage door: A garage door may be weighed by using a bathroom scale, as long as the door weighs less than 300 pounds. Open the garage door to its full open position. Block both bottom rollers in the track with two “C” Clamps or locking pliers. Release spring tension by disconnecting cable at overhead support bar on both sides. Remove the “C” Clamps (or pliers) and allow door to lower onto the scale. Heavy doors may require two people to lower. (EXAMPLE: a 150 pound door needs two (2) 150 pound springs; one on each side.) Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just what I needed. Have bought another last year Easy to install. Just the right size for my door weight. June 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PREFECT REPLACEMENT THE SPRING WAS EASY TO INSTALL AND IN OPERATION SMOOTH. July 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by garage door spring one thing-the website says not available in store-that's just for a single. the 2-pack is on the store shelf. i would've got the 2 if i had known, and i wouldn't have had to wait for shipping. otherwise, easy to do-worth it for an old garage August 19, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good value I couldn't find 27" extension springs at the store, They have them on line, delivery to the store was quick. June 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Installation Very easy to install. The only complaint I have, is that a template was supplied to locate the holes in the wall to hold the mounting strip, and another to locate the holes in the cabinet above, to hold the microwave up. The instructions said to trim 1/16 of an inch off the templates, all the way around, on a dotted line. Why not just provide a template that doesn't need trimmed??? April 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by the door springs were exactly what I needed every step went great and delivery time was sooner than expected April 17, 2012
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