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Garage Door 2" Torsion Springs with Installed Cones


Wayne Dalton

PART NUMBER: TS-056505.022004

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Please note: Returns are not accepted on this item. Garage door springs are typically custom, made-to-order and are not returnable or exchangeable.

2" ID Torsion Replacement Springs with Installed Cones 

Torsion spring coated and oil tempered and include winding and anchor cones installed. Springs are factory coated black for smoother, cleaner operation. For use on doors 7' high with 4" standard lift drums. Engineered for maximum application range. Minimum 10,000 cycles, at +/- 7.5 lbs of target door weight. Springs are made of steel coils with aluminum cones.

Torsion spring selection guide

Includes:

  • Torsion spring with winding and anchor cone installed
Features:
  • Engineered for maximum application range.
  • Minimum 10,000 cycles, at +/- 7.5lbs of target door weight.
  • Springs are made of steel coils with aluminum cones.
Compatible with:
  • For use on doors 7' high with 4" standard lift drums. - You will need to already know the length and wire size to match with our selection.

Instructions:
Click here to download manual

Please note: Returns are not accepted on this item. Garage door springs are typically custom, made-to-order and are not returnable or exchangeable.

WARNING - Garage door springs, cables, brackets, and other hardware attached to the springs are under very high tension and, if handled improperly, can cause serious injury. Only a qualified professional or a mechanically experienced person should adjust them, but only by carefully following the manufacturer's instructions.

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  • With springs of different length, is it important to get the exact same lengths for replacement, or can you redistribute the replacements? (I.e., if I have a 26\" and a 30\", can they be replaced with 2 x 28\" coils? If you don\'t have the exact length (like 26\"), is it ok to go longer (or shorter)?

    You should always try to select the exact replacement for your existing spring size. It may not be correct if you go down in size on one and up on another if the wire sizes are different. We don't recommend doing that. If we don't carry the correct length, we also don't advise sizing down or up. This type of spring is not returnable, so if you order the incorrect size you will be stuck with it wether it works or not.

  • How do I tell if my torsion spring is left or right hand wind? I want to place an order but need to know how to identify the wind of the spring.

    How to Determine if Torsion Spring is Left Hand or Right Hand Wound: Please note the side of door the spring is mounted DOES NOT indicate spring wind needed. Standard springs are coded red and black. Red is right hand wind. Black is left hand wind. Right wound springs coil clockwise from the winding cone, left wound springs coil counter-clockwise from the winding cone.

  • Is the torsion springs interchangeable, left to right?

    It depends on how the spring is mounted.

  • Should these be replaced in pairs? Also can one just buy the springs w/o the cones?

    Usually it isn't necessary unless they both break. These are only sold with the cones installed.

  • How do i tell what spring wire size i have?

    Measure 20 coils of wire and use the wire size chart under the description on this product page.

  • How do I tell if I have a left or right wound Spring?

    Please note the side of door the spring is mounted DOES NOT indicate spring wind needed. Standard springs are coded red and black. Red is right hand wind. Black is left hand wind. Always determine the wind of the wire. Right wound springs coil clockwise from the winding cone, left wound springs coil counter-clockwise from the winding cone. Take a look at the picture below to demonstrate wire coil direction from the winding cone (pictured on the spring product page in the description).

  • Its double door so i need \"right\" and \"left\". I want to be sure I am getting EXACTLY the right product. I would be glad to provide any info to make sure i get the right product. Garage door: 7 feet tall, 16 feet wide. Each spring is 2 inches in diameter and 27 inches long. Can you tell me which product to get?

    To get the exact replacement, please follow the directions on our website for measuring wire size, and determining spring wind. You will have to get those details before you can order any replacements.

  • Is the spring length the same for right and left wind? Ours measures two inches different.

    Different spring lengths and wire sized are used based on installer preference and door size. It varies greatly. You should measure each spring separately.

  • Are there packages to replace an entire torque master spring system?

    No, there isn't. Usually people have to contact a local garage door company for that.

  • Is this for a genie 4000 left spring?

    Model of your motor has nothing to do with spring compatibility. You have to take measurements from your existing spring to determine the correct replacement.

  • To determine if the torsion spring is right or left wound is the color code on the cone at the end of the spring?

    How to Determine if Torsion Spring is Left Hand or Right Hand Wound: Standard springs are coded red and black. Red is right hand wind. Black is left hand wind. You can also tell by the direction the wire coils from the winding cone. If it coils clockwise - Right wound. Counterclockwise - left wound.

  • Do these springs come as a set (left and right together)?

    No. They are sold individually - you have the option for what wind you need as well as length and wire size.

  • Are the springs usually different color coded for the left and right garage doors?

    Yes, usually they are paint coded on the winding cones. Red = Right wound, Black = Left wound.

  • Is spring length the length of spring only or to the end of metal cones?

    It is the length of the spring inside the cones only.

  • Is the spring one piece?

    Yes, it is one piece with screw on cones.

  • What is the inside diameter of the stationary cone? Mine is 2\" but has a plastic or nylon bearing insert that reduces opening to 1\" which matches the shaft diameter. Your ad says nothing about this insert. perhaps yours has a different diameter than mine. If yours is 2\", I can get bearing insert elsewhere but I need to know before I order.

    The winding cone inside diameter is approximately 1" and fits all standard 1" diameter torsion rods directly.

  • What is the inside diameter of the spring?

    The ID of this spring is 2"

  • What is the diameter of the cone on the end. My door has a 1\" rod. Will these work?

    The winding cone inside diameter is approximately 1" and fits all standard 1" diameter torsion rod. This will work fine for your rod size.

  • I have yellow stripes on my springs does it make the left hand wind or right hand wind?

    This color doesn't indicate wind. Only Black or Red would indicate wind.

  • I need a replacement for a torsion spring, 0.250 in x 1-3/4 in ID x 33 in lg. I see that only 2\" ID springs are available. What is the replacement PN with a 2\" ID?

    We only sell 2" diameter springs. You need 1.75" diameter. You will have to look elsewhere. We don't sell what you need.

  • I am putting orders for torsion spring but does it come with torsion bar also, I don\'t see the torsion on your parts list ? if not included I need to order 2 torsion bars.

    You can add those to your order for springs as an option on this page.

  • My torsion spring is 2 3/4\" outside diameter. Will your 2\" spring work? Does the length of your springs include the mounting on each side? Mine is 25 3/4\" long, including the mounts, and 20 windings are 4.5\" long.

    You need to measure the inside diameter of your spring to get the correct diameter. If your torsion spring is unwound, simply measure the length of the spring. Measure from the first coil on one end of the spring to the last coil on the other end of the spring. Do not include the cones themselves in your measurement, but include the coils that are on the cone. 4.5" for 20 coils equals .225 wire size.

  • I\'m trying to figure out the wind of my wire. I have red on the side with the mounting bracket and black on the other with the cone?

    You can take a look at the direction the wire is winding on the spring from the winding cone down. Take a look at the illustration under the product description for the item to see wind direction. From the winding cone, if the wire is winding clockwise it is right hand wound, counter clockwise it is left hand wound.

  • what is the inside diameter of cone?

    The inside diameter of the spring is 2". The cone is 1" standard to fit all torsion bars.

  • What is the shaft diameter? I have one broken spring color coded yellow. Is this the correct replacement?

    The diameter is 2 inches. You will have to read the instructions below the description on how to determine spring wind, wire size and measure the overall length of your existing torsion spring to determine the correct spring to order.

  • I have a Wayne Dalton Thermogard II COL RP UHT The tag with Spring info shows: 16\'-0\" x 7\'-0\" ( 4 -8) - this is a pretty standard size. However, the Spring Info reads: 1/.263 - 35 - 2 - 8 - 400.8 The closest wire size I\'ve seen in .2625 and the length seems to be either 34\" or 36\" (no 35). Is my spring custom? I\'m not sure what all the other numbers represent on the tag. Also could not find any markings for left wound vs. right wound on the tag or spring itself. Any other indicators I can use?

     .2625 would be the correct wire size. I recommend selecting the 34" length. They don't make it in a 35 any more, but the 34 should work. 

    Standard springs are coded red and black. Red is right hand wind. Black is left hand wind. Always determine the wind of the wire. Please note the side of door the spring is mounted DOES NOT indicate spring wind needed.

    If they are not color coded, you can take a look at the direction the wire is winding on the spring from the winding cone down. Take a look at the illustration under the product description for the item to see wind direction.

  • On the 2 inch torsion springs, ids that the inside or outside diameter?

    That is the inside diameter of these springs.

  • I need a pair of Wayne Dalton garage door torsion springs for an 8000/8100/8200. I think the manufacturer\'s part number is 282360. Can you help me with this?

    You will need to measure the length and wire size of your existing springs to order a replacement. If you don't have springs for this unit yet, you should contact the manufacturer for the recommended spring size for your door.

  • My original springs were made up of .26 diameter material and they were 37\" long. Will your springs that are .25 diameter and 30\" long work as well? This is for a wayne Dalton 8300 door.

    No, they will not work. You need to replace that spring with the correct wire size and length. You should purchase a new spring with the same specs as your old.

  • HOW DO YOU DETERMINE IF IT IS A LEFT HAND OR RIGHT HAND WOUND SPRING?

    Standard springs are coded red and black. Red is right hand wind. Black is left hand wind. Always determine the wind of the wire.

    1. Right hand wind would be wound counter clock wise in this diagram with the spring mounted on the left side of bracket.

    2. Left hand wind would be wound clockwise in the diagram with the spring mounted on the right side of bracket.

    Please note the side of door the spring is mounted DOES NOT indicate spring wind needed.

  • The spring I have to replace says 207-1-3/4-28-LW, which type do I have to order in your charts?

    You would want to order the .207 wire size, 1.75" diameter 28" long left hand wound spring. Unfortunately we don't carry that size, so you will have to find it elsewhere.

  • what size torsion spring do I need - chamberlain 1/2 hp system - chain drive?

    Spring size is not determined by what type of garage door opener you have. You will have to read the instructions below the description on how to determine spring wind, wire size and measure the overall length of your existing torsion spring to determine the correct spring to order.

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