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If you have any questions about which garage door torsion spring is the proper size, please watch our "How to Measure Torsion Springs Video" by clicking the link. This video also teaches you how to tell the difference between a left-hand wound or a right-hand wound spring so that you order the correct replacement torsion spring if you are only replacing one. If for any reason, you still have questions or don't see the size spring you need to be listed, call us at 1-866-813-7899, and we will be more than happy to help you.
Frequently Asked Garage Door Spring Questions
The garage door torsion spring is a metal rod that securely fastens to the side of your home, and it passes through an opening for there to be enough space between each mounting bracket. This allows more adjustments when raising or lowering this important machine!
The torsion spring system balances your garage door by applying torque to its shaft with drums at each end. Attached to each drum is a cable that extends and terminates on an attached fixture near the bottom portion of your opening, keeping things in order!
Make sure to consider the size of your torsion springs when buying from DIY Garage Door Parts, because it'll determine how much weight you can hold. You may also want a smaller inside diameter so that there's not too much friction against the garage floor and frame during opening or closing cycles - this will increase lifespan!