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Challenger 220315 Garage Door Opener Gear and Sprocket with Bushing

Challenger 220315 Garage Door Opener Gear and Sprocket with Bushing
Challenger 220315 Garage Door Opener Gear and Sprocket with Bushing
Challenger 220315 Garage Door Opener Gear and Sprocket with Bushing
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Product Description
At North Shore Commercial Door, we offer quality replacement parts for some of the top brands. This durable Challenger garage door opener gear and sprocket with bushing is no exception. Find out more about this product and how to install it by referencing our helpful Questions app below. Our staff and customers will reply with fast answers.

Features:
  • Compatible with the following Challenger garage door opener models: 1000, 1500, 9100, 9300 and 9500
  • Part number: 220315
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COMMENT: Experience... by Antanas G 8/14/2017
COMMENT: To replace the stripped out one on my Challenger garage door opener.after nearly 20 years of trouble-free use. by James M 8/11/2017
QUESTION: what size is center hole in bushing? by joseph s 12/15/2014
ANSWER: The inner diameter is exactly 1/2 inch bushing. North Shores part was great and works well. This is the part that wears most. by Michael W a
ANSWER: I do not have an inside micrometer to measure. When I purchased and installed my Sprocket with Bushing I just made sure I ordered the correct part number and it fit perfectly! by James H a
ANSWER: Center hole in bushing is 1/2" by BARBARA F a
ANSWER: Inside the bushing is approx. 1/2 inch. by J A a
QUESTION: Replaced the gear. Had to loosen the chain. Now the chain only moves a few inches . Cannot figure out whats holding it up? by Richard g 4/28/2014
ANSWER: Probably the tensioning but I obviously can't be sure. I actually had difficulty with the tension and ended up stripping the gear again. I ended up replacing the whole door opener after that. Sorry. by Mark M a
ANSWER: Check the teeth on the gear and drive for foreign matter that might stop the rotation. Also ensure that the chain is not crossed on itself or caught inthe track. There is also the movement stop lug on the chain. Be sure that iisn't touching the OFF actuator. by J A a
ANSWER: Richard, here are some things to check.<br /><br />Did you properly tension the chain after installing the sprocket; not too tight or too loose? There should be a slight catenary belly sag in the chain after tightening. Did the door drive link properly re-engage with the chain? Are the limit switches engaging at the wrong time? You may have to adjust the limit switch cams. Could the drive motor be the problem? Do you hear any unusual noise when the chain stops moving? Do you have a broken counterweight tension spring on one or both sides of the door. I hope some of this may help. Please let me know. by Ted J a
QUESTION: does this sprocket work for all years and models of challenger openers? by helen l 12/23/2013
ANSWER: The one I purchased work perfect and my unit is 25 yrs old no complaints by C R a
QUESTION: how do i change the gear on a challenger 1/3 hp motor? by None N 9/8/2013
ANSWER: I HAVE A FRIEND WHO DID THIS.The motor has to be dropped down and supportED by a cord etc if you sre working alone-The rest is fairly obvious. by S O a