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This DURA-LIFT heavy duty extension garage door spring for 120 lbs. 7 in. tall garage doors is an extension spring replacement for broken sectional garage door extension springs. All springs are coated for corrosion resistance and clean handling.
  • 120 lbs. weight capacity - spring for 120 lbs. garage door using extension spring system
  • Springs for your sectional garage door - replacement extension springs based on your garage door weight
  • Simple installation - install new or replace old, rusty springs quickly (professional installation recommended)
  • Corrosion resistant - coated steel coils to help slow rusting process over spring life
  • 1-year warranty - springs are warranted for 1-year from purchase date

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Spring Length (in.)25

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Garage Door Part/Accessory TypeExtension SpringMaterialSteel
Pack Size2 PackReturnable90-Day
Weight Capacity (lbs.)120

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Manufacturer Warranty1-Year Manufacturer Warranty

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After 21 years and many up and down cycles my garage door springs had stretched to the point that...
After 21 years and many up and down cycles my garage door springs had stretched to the point that they were no longer able to handle the task of raising the door. These new springs put me back to the door operating like brand new. I adjusted the tension to the point where the door when half way open will remain in that position by itself without trying to go up or down. My doors weigh 116 pounds which makes the green indicator springs (120 lbs) just right. Should be good for another 20 years or more. If you replace them, don't forget the safety cable running through the center in case something comes loose or breaks.
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Dura-Lift Heavy Duty Extension Garage Door Springs (2pack) Is a must have to keep on hand or to r...
Dura-Lift Heavy Duty Extension Garage Door Springs (2pack) Is a must have to keep on hand or to replace your older ones Springs will stretch or break after extended use That’s the reason I like to keep these on hand just for that reason I think everyone with garage doors should keep a set on hand I had one to break and ate a cog in my motor A must
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How to determine which door spring to use Internet #313933583 Model #DLEGR120 Store SKU #10055556...
How to determine which door spring to use Internet #313933583 Model #DLEGR120 Store SKU #1005555676 120 LB Heavy Duty Extension Garage Door Spring (2-Pack) DURA-LIFT I have installed Dura-Lift springs on all of my garage doors. They are still working with no problems. I have found that it is relatively safe and easy to install or replace a door spring. Use a carabiner to make connecting one end of the spring easier. See photo. Start by opening the garage door completely, removing as much tension as possible from the springs. Prop the door open or put something in the track to keep the door from closing. Removing a spring may require someone to help hold the spring while you remove any clips or other fastners before replacing the spring. Reverse the process to install. TIP If you can't get someone to help, use a rachet strap tied to the cable and mounting bracket to remove all pressure and to hold everything in place. This springs come coated with what looks like oil but it is there to protect it from corrosion. If you are wondering which size or weight spring to buy for your application? Here are three methods to determine the size. (1) High Level of Difficulty - This should be done carefully to avoid injury. Disconnect all springs and cables so that the door will close freely. The next step you should have someone help lower the door until it rests squarely on a scale. This will give you the weight of the door that you will be trying to lift with the springs. Match the springs as closely as possible to the weight of the door. (2) Medium Level of Difficulty - Measure the eyelet size of the old spring (usually 1-1/4 in.). Measure the length of the spring, in this case it is 25 in. Match the length and size as closely as possible. NOTE: You may need the coil wire diameter, you can measure 20 coils and divde by 20 or use a micrometer. This spring measures ~1/8 in. (3) Low Level of Difficulty - If your old spring has paint on one end, that will usually indicate the load weight. Match that to the same length and color (weight) of the new spring. COLOR CHART Tan = 100 pounds White = 110 pounds Green = 120 pounds Yellow = 130 pounds Blue = 140 pounds Red = 150 pounds Brown = 160 pounds Orange = 170 pounds Gold = 180 pounds Light blue = 190 pounds MANUFACTURER'S COMMENTS: 1-year warranty from purchase date
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120 lbs. weight capacity - spring for 120 lbs. garage door using extension spring system Springs ...
120 lbs. weight capacity - spring for 120 lbs. garage door using extension spring system Springs for your sectional garage door - replacement extension springs based on your garage door weight. This DURA-LIFT heavy duty extension garage door spring for 120 lbs. 7 in. tall garage doors is an extension spring replacement for broken sectional garage door extension springs. All springs are coated for corrosion resistance and clean handling.
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The relaxed extension spring is about 26-inches in length from double loop end to double loop end and is rated for lifting any garage door that is around 120-lbs. The spring weight is designated by a color code on the end of the springs. My garage door is a Clopay carriage style door that measures 7-ft High x 8-ft Wide and is constructed of an in inner and outer layer of metal with insulation sandwiched in between the metal layers. The weight will depend on the construction of the door. The color of color code of these springs is green. Two springs are included. There are no installation instructions, and safety cables and brackets must be purchased separately. My old springs had an open looped or clipped end. These springs have a double loop closed end which seems more secure to me and less likely to slip off the hanger bracket. Since the springs are under a lot of tension when the door is closed, I did not reuse the safety cables or any of the hardware off my old springs. The new springs are oily, so I handled them with gloves. If you are unsure about the weight of your garage door, remove the existing springs and lower the door onto a bathroom scale. The quality of these DURA-LIFT springs is good and I expect they will last many years.
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Okay I got a few different weight ratings looking at them all they're very high quality they have strong eyelets or loops at the end either end of the spring I'm going to use them in a little unconventional way I'm not going to use them as a garage door spring I'm going to use them as a trailer gate helper spring that's why I got different weight ratings to see which one fits my gates of my trailer the best for assisting and closing and opening the gate
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Do a visual of the existing spring to verify length and diameter. Disengage the springs and put ...
Do a visual of the existing spring to verify length and diameter. Disengage the springs and put the garage door on a bathroom scale to find the weight of the door. When replacing secure the door in the upmost position and secure with a 2 x4 or ladder or as another reviewer stated a vice clamp. these came packed well in a plastic bag covered in light grease. don't wipe the grease off. Take your time and be safe. You can DIY and save big bucks.
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The Dura-Lift 120 lb. heavy duty extension garage door springs replacement springs are definitely...
The Dura-Lift 120 lb. heavy duty extension garage door springs replacement springs are definitely an upgrade from the original garage door springs. They are definitely heavy duty. They came packed in a plastic bag to preserve the corrosion resistant coating. Each end of the springs are double looped for added strength and safety. Although professional installation is advised by the manufacture. It's a fairly simple installation for the DYI'er. It take about an hour to install both sides and even though only one spring may break at a time. You should replace both sides to keep the same tension otherwise your door will not lift equally and result in damage to your door, track or rollers. The 2 pack does not come with any additional hardware, which is sold separately or you can purchase the complete spring kit should you need new cables, pulleys etc.
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I replaced an old 200lb spring with the new Dura-Lift 120lb extension spring, and it works great....
I replaced an old 200lb spring with the new Dura-Lift 120lb extension spring, and it works great. Adjusting the garage door opener was much harder than installing the spring. Start with the door fully open, block it with a clamp on the track or prop it up with a long 2x4. The old springs attached to the rails with a bolt. I attached the new springs to the rail with a 5/16 bolt through 2/0 x 1 ft. Stainless Steel Twisted Link Chain. I connected the chain to the spring with a QUICK LINK 3/16 SS. The Dura-Lift attached to the pulley the same as the old spring. You'll want to wear vinyl or latex gloves because the springs are greasy.
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The Dura-Lift replacement springs are an upgrade compared to the original springs that came with ...
The Dura-Lift replacement springs are an upgrade compared to the original springs that came with my garage door. They arrived packed in a plastic bag. The outside of the springs have an anti-corrosion coating on them. The ends of the springs are double looped for added strength and safety. Professional installation is advised by the manufacture. If you opt for DIY installation; like I did, there are many DIY videos available that spell out how to replace them safely. I watched a couple before I replaced mine, it took me about an hour to replace mine. A few helpful DIY hints are: 1. Raise your door as high as you can to loosen your springs completely before removing your old springs. 2. Secure your door in the raised position with good channel-lock pliers or a step ladder (see photo). 3. Be mindful of the safety cable and be sure to re-install it with your new spring (see photo). 4. You will need to remove the pulley from it's bracket to attach the new spring. 5.Run the cable back through the center of the center of the new spring (see photo). 6. Take several photos of the way the old spring is attached before taking it off.
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