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Titan Premium 2 in. Sealed Nylon Garage Door Roller with 4 in. Corrosion Resistant Stem (10-Pack)

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A replacement roller kit for old, noisy or broken garage door rollers on sectional, track-style garage doors. The DURA-LIFT Titan roller features a 2 in. nylon wheel, a durable dual-caged 6200ZZ bearing with protective front and rear covering, and a triple-coated black-oxide 4 in. stem. This product is perfect for Do-It-Yourself garage door repair and maintenance.
  • Quiet: nylon wheel reduces garage door noise by at least 75% compared to standard steel rollers
  • Durable: 6200ZZ bearing rated 25x standard roller for 250,000 door open and close cycles at 110 lb. load providing maximum durability
  • Snap-in protective caps: front and back sealed caps prevents dust and grime from penetrating roller
  • Corrosion resistant: 3x coated black-oxide stem is perfect for homes in moisture-heavy regions
  • 100% lifetime guarantee: in the rare event a roller fails, we will send you a new roller

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.625 in
Product Height (in.)
1.81 in
Product Width (in.)
1.81 in
Roller Stem Length (in.)
4 in

Details

Pack Size
10 Pack
Product Weight (lb.)
3 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Roller Bearing Type
6200ZZ Dual Cage Bearing
Roller Wheel Diameter (in.)
1.81 in
Roller Wheel Material
Nylon

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Warranty

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Whisper quiet roller-bearing garage door replacement rollers
I’m planning to refurbish both my 9 ft solid panel garage doors and I wanted to get some of the best parts I could find to do the job. I am replacing the torsion springs, guide wheels, both steel lifting cables on each door, and I plan to use these nylon rollers by DURA-LIFT after doing my research. These appear to be top of the line roller assemblies using all the best manufacturing techniques and materials. The wheels themselves are 1 13/16” (not 2” as claimed) in diameter with a caged 6200ZZ bearing all sealed against the elements with front and rear covers. All steel parts have a heavy black oxide coating. I had replaced the original OEM garage rollers years ago with very nice white nylon rollers with a ball bearing race - they were the best I could find at the time. When I came across these DURA-LIFT rollers with the 6200ZZ roller bearing races I knew these were even better and just what I wanted for my garage doors overhaul. After all, it’s a lot of time and effort to undertake a job like this so NEVER skimp on the quality of the parts. Installation will be straightforward. Just read, understand and follow the direction that come with this box of wheels and your job should go smoothly. Just remember: garage door lifting system - springs, cables, wheels can be under significant load. If you are not confident you can safely undertake a job like this please call in a professional. I highly recommended these DURA-LIFT ROLLERS. They come with an unconditional lifetime warranty.
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Solid roller, well made
These are well made garage door rollers. They move very smoothly and are solid rollers. You can see a side by side comparison in my pictures, but they are clearly well made. They were partially easy to replace; 8 of the 10 were simply held in place with three screws. The last two required the torsion spring to be unwound completely so that the lift cables could be untensioned and then the roller brackets could be removed. It’s a lot of work. Build quality aside, I’m not sure I gained anything by installing these new rollers. The door moves the same and sounds the same. I expected a reduction in noise, but there was no change at all. The door still makes the same amount of noise while opening and closing. I would only buy and replace my existing rollers if I was replacing a broken torsion spring due to the amount of work required to swap them out, and the lack of any noise reduction. So, if you have to replace your torsion spring, these should be an easy add-on to replace at the same time and keep the door operating properly for a long time. These are quality and should last a long time.
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We have a two-car garage with each side having its own door. About 8 years ago, I replace the ste...
We have a two-car garage with each side having its own door. About 8 years ago, I replace the steel rollers with nylon rollers that were available at that time. The space above the garage is roughed in for living space and could function as another bedroom. Steel garage door rollers contribute a great deal to the noise of the door opening and closing. My plan was to replace those steel rollers on the second door with nylon rollers. The Dura-:Lift Titan Premium 2" sealed rollers are the highest quality roller I've come across. They can handle the weight of most doors and come with a lifetime guarantee. Should any roller fail, a brand new one will be provided by the manufacturer. These rollers come with sealed bearings on both the outer and inner sides of the wheel. Even the shaft comes with a triple-coated black oxide coating. I have to say they are of significantly better quality than the replacement nylon rollers I bought 8 years ago. Installation instructions do come with the box but I would definitely recommend watching several YouTube videos as there are a few ways to replace these rollers and there are also some caveats to be aware of. I think most people who have a fair degree of being handy for home repairs and maintenance could install these. I used the method of bending a small area of track outwards as the vertical tracks in our setup are not attached to the overhead tracks via bolts. I would have to drill out those fasteners and then replace them in order to use that method where two bolts/fasteners are removed and then the vertical tracks are slowed disconnected from the wall brackets too. Take your time and don't loosen any bolts or fasteners that are also used to attach the cables to the overhead springs--whether they be extension springs or the more dangerous and powerful torsion springs. These fasteners are very, very quiet once installed correctly. BTW, a set of 10 rollers will be suitable for a 4-panel door. If you have 5 horizontal panels, you will need a 12 pack box.
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I have a wall mount garage door opener, aka jackshaft opener, and it is really quiet. But the rol...
I have a wall mount garage door opener, aka jackshaft opener, and it is really quiet. But the rollers do wear out over time, and they are probably the loudest part of my garage door. These Dura-Lift rollers look pretty nice, and they roll nice and smooth in the hand, of course time will tell how they hold up in service. Installation is simple, just unbolt each bracket, slide the old roller out and slide the new one in. After replacing all 10, all the creaks and groans disappeared and now my door is truly quiet. The bearing on these is larger than the originals, and probably helps. There are a few things about these rollers that I don't like however. One, the coated shaft. My brackets are stamped, like most of them, and have sharp interior edges. I can already see the coating being scraped off, and it will probably be gone in another couple of months. The coating actually hangs up on the sharp edges. A smooth plain steel shaft would have been better. Two, there is no thrust bearing surface. I had to re-align my door after installing these new rollers because a few of them started to bind.
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I have two 16x9 insulated garage doors (residential). I don’t use one much but the other requires...
I have two 16x9 insulated garage doors (residential). I don’t use one much but the other requires regular maintenance because of more use. I have replaced a few of the stick rollers with the same design as stock and they fail over a couple year span. I saw the Titan garage door rollers have a nylon roller and coated shaft with sealed bearings and ordered them. Now, any work on a spring assisted garage door can be dangerous but these can be replaced by a DIY person IF precautions are taken. I started with the two rollers at the floor side of the door with the door completely open taking as much pressure off of the dual springs as I could. AND used a 2 pair of locking pliers to hold the spring assist from rotating. I used a 7/16” socket, 6” extension and ratchet for removing and installing the roller brackets. These are the only two out of the ten brackets on my doors that have a cable attached that recoils around the spring assist wheel during operation. The old steel roller slides out, and slide the new roller slides in. Seat that roller into the track and remount the roller bracket for a perfect fit. It was easy and took about 20 minutes for all ten rollers. The door is much quieter running it the track due to the nylon roller vs my old steel rollers. I see less need for lubrication being that they have sealed bearings as opposed to the stock open bearing design. The shafts are coated as well which I think reduces noise and will help with corrosion. I’m really happy with these. I have living area above my garage and these have lowered the door noise heard in that area also. Very nicely designed product. They appear to be of much better quality than the stock rollers by far. I would recommend these for sure.
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Got these because my garage door is 20 years old and a little noisy when opening and closing. Hav...
Got these because my garage door is 20 years old and a little noisy when opening and closing. Have not installed them yet. To replace the rollers on my garage door I’ll have to remove 10 brackets. I thought that wouldn’t be too difficult and then I saw a warning label on the bottom of both sides of the garage door stating that the bottom brackets are under a lot of tension and should only be removed by an experienced technician. I’m a DIY guy and can do most anything but I heed warnings like that and will have to ha e them installed.
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The Dura-lift titan premium two inch sealed nylon garage door roller with 4 inch. Corrosion resis...
The Dura-lift titan premium two inch sealed nylon garage door roller with 4 inch. Corrosion resistant stem (12-pack) is well constructed and easy to install to the intermediate and experienced user. Safety is especially important in replacing the garage door rollers. Once installed there is a noticeable difference in the movement of the garage door.
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It was easy to replace my noisy, worn overhead garage door rollers. The Dura-Lift 2-inch sealed n...
It was easy to replace my noisy, worn overhead garage door rollers. The Dura-Lift 2-inch sealed nylon rollers will last my lifetime. The bearing is quality sealed on both sides. Never needs to be lubricated except for the steel shafts. I easily replaced each by removing all but the top screw from the hinge. Then I slid out the old roller, maneuvered the new one into the trach and the shaft into the hinge. Lastly, I screwed the hardware back into the hinge being certain the bottom was secured first as it centers the whole hinge. WARNING: remember to remove pressure from the bottom hinge as it is attached to a teel cable and spring assembly. also, support the door as needed. The door is super quiet with these nylon replacement rollers.
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Overall I liked the product. The noise has certainly gone down, but it could just be because some...
Overall I liked the product. The noise has certainly gone down, but it could just be because some of the nuts were and that's why old roller were making noise. So, can't say for sure if the new roller are the key for less noise. But I still give them the credit. Replacing them took some time, not a lot though. If you have 7/16 wrench, you should be able to complete it in under an hour. Attaching a few pics of old and new roller. Also, a couple pics with after replacement of old rollers from the garage. Hope it helps. Because of the angle, I really can't show the red clip when installed in garage door. Just realizing as I tried to take picture.
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So firstly, these are advertised as being quieter than a standard door roller. I wondered how tha...
So firstly, these are advertised as being quieter than a standard door roller. I wondered how that was possible, but you can tell in the side by side pictures of the old and new rollers. The old ones are bare metal and had some play in the bearings. They made a horrible sound when letting the door up and down. I thought it was the door itself and not the rollers. After replacing the rollers, a lot of the clanging sound went away. There is a coating on the wheel that takes up a lot of the slack in the roller guide that helps quieten the noise. So far, one door is finished and I need to buy more for the other door. This 10 pack was just enough for one standard door.
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