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9/16 in. x 16-1/2 in. Zinc-Plated Extension Spring

  • Use in furniture, appliances, screen doors and repair projects
  • Spring has a steel base material for durability
  • Easy installation with design for convenience
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Product Overview

The Everbilt 9/16 in. x 16-1/2 in. Extension Spring is ideal for general use in a variety of applications, including furniture, appliances, automotive work, toys, marine, gate, screen doors and repair projects. The spring features a steel base material and a zinc-plated finish to complete the look. Easy to install for a quick application.
  • Made of steel
  • Zinc-plated finish
  • Safe working load limit: 9.5 lbs.
  • General use: furniture, appliances, automotive work, toys, marine, gate, screen doors and repair projects
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.56
Product Height (in.)
16.5
Product Width (in.)
0.56

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type
Door Springs
Hardware Finish Family
Silver
Material
Steel
Returnable
30-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

3Questions3Answers

The two most important questions about a spring after it's physical size are what is the maximum ...

Asked by JWhite May 5, 2018
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Answer

As to the max stroke spring rate for this product, it is 0.318. L0/L1=419/1315.7=0.318, L0: the original length of the spring, L1: the max extension length of the spring.

What is the wire diameter of this spring?

Asked by jimbir March 15, 2018
1
Answer

The wire diameter of this spring is 0.054 in (1.4mm).

What is the preload on this spring? What is the spring rate in lbs/in? What is the maximum allowa...

Asked by Tim March 23, 2017
1
Answer

The safe working load is 9.5 lbs.

Customer Reviews

  • 2.4
    out of 5 reviews
  • 40% recommend this product
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I would give it 5 stars, but...
I would give this 5 stars. It's really a good spring. But why in the world would they wrap it with the stickiest label known to man. Even after finally getting the label off, the spring is so sticky that it will inevitably look very nasty when stuff clings to it. Why, why, why? Really, why would they do that?
by Peeved
9 people found this helpful
Packaging impossible to remove!
Quality seems good but be prepared to do battle with getting the label off! Your weapons will be a utility knife and goo gone if you have it. I did not, so scraped off most of it with the utility knife and then the battle intensified. Soaked in water to get most of what was left and soaked in alcohol for the rest. Holy cow! 30 minutes to get the label off! Ridiculous!
by Mcb
Awful adhesive packaging
The spring took all of 1min to install but the removal of the adhesive packaging sticker took 15min. Who in their right mind would think placing a packaging sticker over half the length of this spring was a good idea? It made removal nearly impossible without having to meticulously scrape away the sticker residue with a utlility knife between each rung. Had I known what I was getting myself into I would’ve returned it.
by Ryan
2 people found this helpful
These springs changed my life.
I love these springs with all my heart. I raised it like my own child. Very low maintenance: it doesn't eat much, but it's a great listener.
by bigguy4x4
5 people found this helpful
MAJOR packaging problem!
I have no idea how this would have worked. Wrapping the spring in a totally adhesive-backed label may have seemed good for loss-prevention, but it ended up equally effective for use-prevention. My frustration level was surpassed, and it's off to the local hardware store for something far more user-friendly. Suggestion: Execs should actually try using something before signing off on packaging.
by jaymac
9 people found this helpful
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