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Model # DLMR6200ZZ12

Ultra-Life MAX 2 in. Sealed 6200ZZ Nylon Garage Door Roller with 4 in. Stem (12-Pack)

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Product Details
About This Product

A replacement roller kit for old, noisy or broken rollers on sectional, track-style garage doors. The DURA-LIFT Ultra-Life Max roller features a 2" nylon wheel with a 4" stem and a dual-caged 6200ZZ bearing with protective front and rear covering. 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
  • Dual-wall bearing cage: dual-walled, reinforced bearing cage provides maximum strength and lifetime durability
  • Durable: 6200ZZ Bearing rated 25x standard roller for 200,000 door open and close cycles at 190 lb. load providing maximum durability
  • Protective Caps: Front and back sealed caps prevents dust & grime from penetrating roller
  • Extra Lubrication: lubrication groove on roller to disperse lubrication over extended period
  • 100% Lifetime Guarantee: In the rare event a roller fails, we will send you a new roller with no questions asked
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Product ID #: 314336095Internet #: 850016157966Model #: DLMR6200ZZ12
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Specifications

Dimensions: H 1.8125 in, W 1.8125 in, D 4.75 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)4.75 inProduct Height (in.)1.8125 in
Product Width (in.)1.8125 inRoller Stem Length (in.)4 in

Details

Pack Size12 PackProduct Weight (lb.)3.6 lb
Returnable90-DayRoller Bearing Type6201ZZ Dual Cage Bearing
Roller Wheel Diameter (in.)1.8125 inRoller Wheel MaterialNylon

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyLifetime Warranty
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Questions & Answers

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Q:What size is the shaft
by|Oct 29, 2021
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A:  The shaft is approximately 3.5 inches long and the diameter is a little larger than 3/8 inch.

by|Dec 24, 2021
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Q:Do you have to periodically spray lube on this roller like you do on the steel ones?
by|Jan 18, 2021
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A:  I have never done so. But if a person wanted to I don’t see why they couldn’t lube them annually.

by|Jan 19, 2021

A:  Hi Joe, I recently installed a set of these myself. Over time, you will need to lubricate each roller but because each has a dust cover (removable) installed the period between lubrication's should be significantly longer. Attached is a picture of the old roller beside the new one, with the dust cover in place. Hope this helps.

by|Dec 23, 2023
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A:  You do not need to periodically spray lube on this roller because the sealed cap protects the 6200ZZ bearings and the high-performance Mobilgrease grade XHP 222 grease in bearing cage, preventing dirt and grime to penetrate the bearings.

by|Apr 10, 2023
    1 found this answer helpful

    A:  No. No lube required for the roller. It has a sealed system. I do clean the sleeve that the roller's shaft goes into and apply grease to that shaft when I install new ones

    by|Jan 25, 2021
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    Q:How many bearings in this roller?
    by|Dec 7, 2020
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    A:  unknown on the bearing count, they are sealed bearings, thus no maintenance required. My door is now nearly silent, these rollers are awesome. Search youtube for videos on how to replace rollers, it was much easier than I anticipated.

    by|Dec 18, 2020

    A:  This roller has 8 balls inside the 6200ZZ bearing.

    by|Jan 20, 2021
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      A:  This package had 12. DURA-LIFT also offers a package of 10.

      by|Dec 16, 2020

      A:  There is 1 bearing per roller and 12 rollers in the package - enough for an 8 foot sectional garage door. They are completely sealed so I cannot tell you how many balls there are within the bearing. I can tell you that they operate very smoothly.

      by|Dec 17, 2020

      A:  It's sealed, but from the pictures it looks like 10 or 11.

      by|Dec 17, 2020
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      Customer Reviews

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      Garage door rollers, a subject guaranteed to put most everyone asleep in 30 seconds. That's what ...
      Garage door rollers, a subject guaranteed to put most everyone asleep in 30 seconds. That's what I thought until I replaced my rusty, creaky old metal rollers with these new extra quiet nylon rollers with brand new bearings. They are so quiet, you can hear the GDO motor above the moving door. Quiet is a big plus with these well made new rollers and they are relatively easy to install by gently twisting the track sideways, by hand or with a tool, but being careful not to twist the track out of shape. These wheels are much more flexible than their predecessor and will roll well immediately and will help the track regain its original shape. Each roller also comes with an installed dust cover, which should give them plenty of extra life. These rollers are well built and should provide years of quiet and smooth operation.
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      Simply great rollers. I really like these. Absolutely no play between the rollers and the rods, u...
      Simply great rollers. I really like these. Absolutely no play between the rollers and the rods, unlike the ones I replaced. I see no point where dust or dirt could enter these rollers. They are completely sealed (See photos). Of course the nylon rollers are much smoother and quieter than metal ones. This is a serious upgrade for my garage. Installation is so easy. Remove the 4 bolts holding your hinge in place, remove hinge, clean the shaft that the roller's rod goes through, apply grease to the rod/shaft of the new roller and re-install. Be very careful with the bottom rollers. They have the lift cable attached to them and could be dangerous. I would have appreciated a small packet of grease to have been added to the box. Once installed, I saw no play at all. The difference in the door noise is huge. I definitely recommend these rollers. I'm sure you'll like them as much as I do if not more.
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      Although the original metal rollers on my garage door still worked, they were a loud, greasy mess...
      Although the original metal rollers on my garage door still worked, they were a loud, greasy mess that would sometimes bind in the track. What a big difference now in sound level and smooth operation of the garage door with the Dura Lift Ultra-Life Max rollers installed! The Dura Lift Ultra-Life Max rollers run clean, smooth and quiet just as advertised and look like they will easily last for a lifetime of silence. The installation of these nylon wheel rollers took me less than an hour for a doublewide door; the most time consuming part of the installation was removing all of the old accumulated lube and dirt from the tracks and hinges. This was also an opportune time for me to inspect the pulleys, the lift and spring safety cables and sparingly lube the hinges that connect each door panel (I now use a silicone spray lube that does not attract dirt).
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      The hardest part of the install was getting started. I was done in 30-45 minutes it probably woul...
      The hardest part of the install was getting started. I was done in 30-45 minutes it probably would have been faster if it wasn't so cold went I installed them. My old rollers were squeaking and could hear one of them grinding a little. These new rollers slipped right into place and fit perfectly. After looking at my old rollers which were probably over 10 years old, they were open on the ends so dirt and grime can easily get into them. It's not unusual for me to be cutting wood in my garage to stay out of the element so I can see how the old rollers could get filled with sawdust and such. These new rollers have sealed ends which will protect the bearings. I was surprised how much quieter the new rollers were over the old ones.
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      MUCH nicer and of better quality than the original ones! But actually can’t complain about the o...
      MUCH nicer and of better quality than the original ones! But actually can’t complain about the originals as they’ve lasted about 12yrs. The nylon rollers somewhat quieter than the hard plastic/vinyl. Bearings are sealed with a cover cap to prevent debris and premature wearing. Shafts are alloy so they won’t rust. Can definitely see why they have a lifetime warranty.
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      My garage door was making a lot of creaking and groaning when I opened and closed it. You don’t k...
      My garage door was making a lot of creaking and groaning when I opened and closed it. You don’t know what you don’t know until you learn. My routine was to add grease to the rollers and even the entire track on the inside as often as I thought was helpful. I didn’t want the door to jam up. The problem was that it just didn’t fix the noise. After looking at all the parts of the door, track, rollers, springs and cable assemblies The rollers seemed worn out. Watching them sometimes the rollers didn’t even touch the track as the door opened and closed. This synced up with the creaks and groaning of the door. The rollers are the original ones that came when the house was built about ten years ago. They are steel, small and not the sealed ball bearing type; hence the grease pit I was creating in the tracks. I got my hands on a set of Dura-Lift rollers from HomeDepot. Taking one of the old rollers out I wanted to compare the two rollers and see if there was a difference. Laying the old steel roller next to the Dura-Lift roller you could immediately notice the difference in size and thickness. The Dura-Lift are taller and thicker which gives it a tighter roll movement and much less play in the track than the old metal rollers. The original rollers allowed so much slop up/down and left/right is was wearing on the door and stressing the whole system. The tighter fit and Nylon material makes for much quieter operation of the door. The seating against the wall is much tighter and flush. One benefit that I realized is the sealed bearing never needs grease like the original steel rollers. I won’t miss that job at all.
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      These garage door rollers are great! I do not have a garage door opener so anything that makes it...
      These garage door rollers are great! I do not have a garage door opener so anything that makes it easier for me to raise the garage door is a God send. It only took me 25 minutes to install these by myself. I cannot believe how much quieter these new rollers are compared to the original 35 year old metal rollers that I replaced. The garage door is much easier to open now. I would recommend to anyone with a noisy or hard to open garage door that you use these replacement rollers on your garage door.
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      High quality wheels, totally sealed to eliminate dust or contaminates getting into the bearings. ...
      High quality wheels, totally sealed to eliminate dust or contaminates getting into the bearings. Wheels are nylon so they are much quieter rolling on a steel track than the older steel wheels. They also appear to have a coating to help prevent corrosion on the stem. Install is easy but does take some time and a few hand tools to accomplish the job. A power driver is a plus to remove screws quickly.
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      My original black garage door rollers were old and squeaked like crazy, sometimes sounding like t...
      My original black garage door rollers were old and squeaked like crazy, sometimes sounding like they were going to break off the tracks. I replaced them in less than 45 minutes with these new white Dura-Lift Ultra-Life sealed stem rollers. 4 screws to remove from each hinge, slide out old roller, slide in new roller, screw 4 screws back in, done. Repeat. I didn't do the bottom two just yet as the hinge on each side is attached to the steel cable and I didn't feel like disconnecting it in the middle of winter. That'll happen in the spring. Replacing the stem rollers made a HUGE difference in the noise and smoothness of the garage door opening and closing. Sounds like new again. The build on these are great! Sealed, heavy-duty rollers with no give promises to give years of quiet, smooth operation. Highly recommend.
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      In less than 30 minutes I replaced all 10 of my steel rollers with the new and QUIET nylon roller...
      In less than 30 minutes I replaced all 10 of my steel rollers with the new and QUIET nylon rollers. A visual inspection of your garage door rollers will tell you nothing about the condition of the roller bearings in every roller. My door is 20 years old and some of the rollers were almost that old. Instead of replacing them one at a time as they practically fall off their shaft I went for the BIG fix this time. It was a great idea. Close the door to replace all but the bottom rollers.
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