1/8" Cable set for 7' High Garage Door with Torsion Springs 100"

1/8" Cable set for 7' High Garage Door with Torsion Springs 100"

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1/8" Cable set for 7' High Garage Door with Torsion Springs 100"
1/8" Cable set for 7' High Garage Door with Torsion Springs 100"
Product Description
Replace the cables on your garage door drum with this cable set for 7-ft. high garage doors. Save on our 100-ft. cable set that is compatible with doors with torsion springs. The galvanized steel cables are 7 x 7 assemblies with seven strands, featuring seven wires per strand for added strength. North Shore Commercial Door offers lowest prices on all commercial and residential garage door parts.

Product Highlights:

  • Item #131573567
  • 100-ft. length
  • Galvanized steel cables
  • Durable construction: 7 strands, 7 wires per strand
  • For 7-ft. high garage doors with torsion springs
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COMMENT: one cable was broken. Also, easily ordered when viewing my cart. by Gordon R 9/5/2017
COMMENT: The garage door and opening parts are more that 50 years old and need to be replaced. by James D 7/29/2017
QUESTION: Can I replace a 3/32 cable with a 1/8? Whats the difference in diameter? Just heavier duty? by chris z 7/18/2014
ANSWER: I originally got 1/8" cables, from a different vendor. The 1/8" are stronger; my understanding is, they're preferred/recommended for that reason. In my case, however, the 1/8" would not fit properly in the grooves of the cable drums, so I got the 3/32". The alternative would have been to replace the drums. by George E a
ANSWER: Yes, this is what I did. I replaced my 3/32" cables with 1/8" cables. The 1/8" cables are a little thicker so they are stronger. I would certainly do this again. by Jonathan W a
QUESTION: Cable set, torsion spring, galvanized or stainless steel 7' x 1/8" ??? by None N 1/22/2014
ANSWER: I have galvanized cables and they work fine. by Andrew K a
ANSWER: It' Stainless Steel. by william j a
ANSWER: They are galvanized. by Virginia K a
STAFF ANSWER: They are galvanized. by Matthew O a
ANSWER: I am not an expert on metals, but I THINK they are stainless steel. They are smooth without a coating is the reason I think that. by Houston H a