At American Garage Door Supply, we can help make overhead garage door
repairs even easier with our full line of garage door torsion springs. We carry high-cycle, heavy-duty, and precision-focused garage door torsion
springs for anyone looking to repair their garage door. Did
you know that torsion springs account for over 90% of the lift that is
needed to raise a garage door? Because of this strain, torsion springs
typically only last for 33,000 cycles
With our easy to use torsion spring selection tool you can find the spring you need Fast & Easy!! We list the Inch Pounds Per Turn (IPPT) on each spring size to help you select a torsion spring that will balance your garage door properly and provide years of service, saving you time and money.
First choose your inside diameter size, Second choose wire size and then Lastly choose the length and material type below and go directly to the garage door torsion spring you need!
Things to Know about Torsion Springs:
Torsion springs must be measured while unwound or in a relaxed state or your dimensions will be incorrect.
To match your previous size exactly, you will need to measure the wire size, the inside diameter, and the length.
The length doesn't have to be completely precise (anything within a half inch will be fine)
The wire size and inside diameter are critical, this is where most mistakes are made
The number of turns is based on the height of the door and the size cable drums that you have (the rule for 7' doors is 7.5 turns and 8' doors is 8.5 turns and adjust from there)
The direction of the wind on the spring is opposite the side that it goes on (ex: the left wound spring is installed on the right hand side of the door, as your standing inside your garage looking out)
*Torsion Springs are Non-Returnable*
*Allow 48-72 hours processing time for Torsion Spring orders