This Listing Includes
- 1x Pair of Code 3 Springs
- Suitable for Doors between 1920 - 2180 High and 4151 - 4450 Wide
Auto Openers is an Australian based company with over 30 years of experience in the garage door industry.
Auto Openers produces a high-quality line of sectional and tilt garage door springs that suit all major garage door manufacturers here in Australia. Some of the spring features include:
– Oil tempered steel for increased spring tensibility and strength, offering a longer lifetime
– Galvanized coating to protect completely against moisture and rust
– Suitable for everyday residential use.
– All springs are sent in their individually labelled boxes for ease of identification, secure shipping, and easy storage
If you plan to DIY install, please ensure you use the proper Torsion Bars and use the appropriate PPE.
Click here for our Torsion Bars.
Auto Openers offer a full, lifetime warranty on any pair of springs. If your springs fail within the 15 year period, simply get in contact with us so we can arrange a replacement!
Identifying Your Springs
If you have a 2200mm high door x 4900mm wide, by using the table below you can see you will need CODE 8 springs. We offer all of the below spring codes on Catch of the Day - Simply search the code you require!
DOOR HEIGHT (mm) DOOR WIDTH (mm) Spring Code 1920-2180 3001-3200 2
1920-2180 4151-4450 3
1920-2180 4451-5950 4
1920-2180 4951-5510 5
2200-2450 3201-3700 7
2200-2450 2501-2800 8 (Single)
2200-2450 4151-4950 8 (Pair)
2200-2450 4951-5510 9
2451-2725 4151-4450 10
2451-2725 4451-4950 11
2451-2725 4951-5510 12
WARNING: Torsion springs, extension springs, and related door hardware can cause serious injury or death if not handled and installed properly. National Garage highly recommends a garage door professional installs your springs.
If you wish to attempt a DIY installation, we highly recommend that you purchase specially machined torsion bars, designed specifically to wind springs safely.
When changing doors with 2 springs, both springs need to be replaced. Do NOT use an old spring with a new spring.
Extension and torsion springs, along with attached hardware, are under extreme tension at all times. All tension must be released from springs before any work is performed.