Triangle End Garage Door Bottom Weatherseal - Amarr

Triangle End Garage Door Bottom Weatherseal - Amarr
Item# NSCD-TRS3V
$4.00$1.08
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
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$4.00$1.08
Triangle End Garage Door Bottom Weatherseal - Amarr
Triangle End Garage Door Bottom Weatherseal - Amarr
Product Description
This product is brought to you our valued customers by North Shore Commercial Door exclusively. Over the years we have had countless customers ask for this seal. We had the die made and the product extruded to save you the trouble of having to replace the bottom retainer and seal. This seal was used on several manufacturers doors. The NSCD-TRS3V will work on Stanley Garage Doors, Amarr, Taylor Garage Doors, McKee, and GADCO Garage doors. We have this garage door bottom seal in stock and ready to ship.

Compatible with the following Garage Doors:

Stratford 1000 & 2000

Heritage 1000 & 2000

Classica 1000, 2000, & 3000

Oak Summit 1000 & 2000



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COMMENT: Replacement part... couldn't find it at Home Depot or Lowes. by Mark K 6/24/2017
COMMENT: It is the only place I found the correct seal for my Stratford Door. by Tom B 6/20/2017
QUESTION: does this item come in 31/2 inch width? by None N 5/20/2016
STAFF ANSWER: Sorry only comes in 3 inch by Taylor M a
QUESTION: I the garage door seal does not fit can I return it? by gustavo g 3/2/2016
STAFF ANSWER: <a href="http://www.northshorecommercialdoor.com/return-policy.html" target="_blank">http://www.northshorecommercialdoor.com/return-policy.html</a> by Taylor M a
QUESTION: what length to order for a 16ft door? by Bill E 9/23/2015
ANSWER: Order 16 feet. They sent me 16 feet, 6 inches.<br />The way to change it is set the door at a comfortable height. chest high.<br />Fill a cup 1/4 full with dish detergent.<br />Using a paint brush lubricate the two slots with detergent.<br />Then also using the brush lube the seal Triangle edges, about 3 inches at a time.<br />Insert both seals into the slots about 3 inches to start.<br />Not easy because the triangle seal is a tight fit on the slots.<br />I used a pair of vice grips and two wood pieces to grip the seal, about 3 inches away from the door end.<br />Squeeze the seal between the two small pieces of wood 2 inch long X 1/8" thick. Squeeze them just enough to prevent slippage.<br />A second person can pull the seal along as it is inserted. I did mine alone.<br />Reset the vice grip wood blocks set up after feeding about 6 inches.<br />Pull parallel to the door and insert about 2-3 inches at a time into the slots.<br />Push the wrinkled seal toward the other end with a cloth, in a parallel tug every few inches to work the bunched up seal to the other end.<br />I marked my progress on the slotted bottom piece to show progress.<br />It took about an hour of constant Pull, slide to get all 16 feet inserted.<br /> I cut off the extra length once the whole seal was inserted.<br />The Local Amarr shop wanted $17 a foot to do this task. <br />At first I thought it might be worth paying the shop to do it, due to slow progress, until I got this method set up.<br />When in doubt, put more lube on.<br />Good luck. Persevere. by james M a
ANSWER: You want at least approx 4 extra inches to <br />tuck 2 inches into each end after installing the seal. In your case order 16 feet 4 inches. by Grover J a
ANSWER: You want at least approx 4 extra inches to <br />tuck into each end after installing the seal. In your case order 16 feet 4 inches. by Grover J a
ANSWER: order 16' + because it can be cut if it is too long. by Jean O a
STAFF ANSWER: 17 Ft would work just fine it will give you enough tuck it in . by Matthew O a
QUESTION: What size is the U shape? My existing seal is 7 " by James M 9/2/2015
ANSWER: My original seal was also about 7". This one is only 3" but seals perfectly. As long as your door closes all the way, you should not have any problems. by Robert M a
ANSWER: Thank you for your help. I have ordered and installed my new door bottom by James M a
STAFF ANSWER: You can order any length you want ! by Matthew O a
ANSWER: This seal when laid out flat is not 7 inches. Maybe closer to 4 inches. But it is all it needs to be. by Thomas T a
REPLY: Order the length you need. by Thomas T r