Garage Door Extension Springs 32" X 48" for 8' High Doors

Garage Door Extension Springs 32" X 48" for 8' High Doors

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Additional Details about:

This spring size is now converted when you order we will ship a spring that has the exact same pull and it will be a 27 x 48 instead of the 32 x 48 . We have shipped hundreds of thousands of these replacements and there is no issue making the change
Item# 32-48
Springs are Sold by the Pair:

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Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days
Garage Door Extension Springs 32" X 48" for 8' High Doors
Garage Door Extension Springs 32" X 48" for 8' High Doors
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Determine the door weight and door height:

1. The pull weight of an extension spring is determined by the color code found on the end of the spring. See Chart Below.

2. Measure door the height.

3.Springs are only sold in pairs. If you cannot determine the color code, it will be necessary to weigh the door.

To Weigh Your Door:

1. Raise door completely. Disconnect power and lifting arm of garage door opener.

2. Fasten "C" clamps or vice grips under bottom rollers to retain door. With tension completely off extension springs, disconnect springs from track support.

3. Remove "C" clamps or vice grips and lower door by hand. Note that entire weight of door, which could exceed several hundred pounds, has to be lowered slowly by hand so more than one person is needed.

4. Set bathroom scale to zero and place under center of door and record door weight.

5. If door weight exceeds capacity of the scale, use 2 bathroom scales. Add a 2 x 4 with one end on one scale and the other on a second scale with the door perpendicular to the 2 x 4. Add the respective weight from each scale together to get the total weight of the garage door.

DASMA Spring Color Codes:
10 lbs WHITE
20 lbs GREEN
30 lbs YELLOW
40 lbs BLUE
50 lbs RED
60 lbs BROWN
70 lbs ORANGE
80 lbs GOLD
90 lbs LT BLUE
100 lbs TAN
110 lbs WHITE
120 lbs GREEN
130 lbs YELLOW
140 lbs BLUE
150 lbs RED
160 lbs BROWN
170 lbs ORANGE
180 lbs GOLD
190 lbs LT BLUE
200 lbs TAN
210 lbs WHITE
220 lbs GREEN
230 lbs YELLOW
240 lbs BLUE
250 lbs RED
260 lbs BROWN
270 lbs ORANGE
280 lbs GOLD
290 lbs LT BLUE
300 lbs TAN

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COMMENT: Exactly what I wanted. Great price. by JL P 9/28/2017
COMMENT: After a lengthy internet search the North Shore site was the most informative and best value. Also appreciated the useful information about the 32" x 48" extension spring length being changed to 27" x 48" which likely explains why the longer springs are so hard to find. Thanks for being upfront about that. Hoping the extension springs I ordered will do the trick. I will be glad to let you know how it works out upon receipt and installation. Thanks! by John P 5/23/2017
QUESTION: I need the 32" x 48" extension spring for my 8 ft. door that weighs 100 lbs. The color code is tan. What does it mean in your "additional details" section that the replacement is 27" with an exact same pull as 32"? by Chuck U 9/21/2015
STAFF ANSWER: Please give us a call 800.783.6112 Ext 13 and ask for Tyler. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: I have an 8 ft tall door and it weighs right at 110 lbs. Do I get the 100lb or 120lb springs? by Mark H 11/7/2014
ANSWER: I'm not really qualified to answers this question. But if I was to make a guess I'd say to buy the 120lbs and reduce the tension on the spring if necessary. by Jeff T a
QUESTION: How do you determine weight of spring? by None N 4/24/2013
STAFF ANSWER: You need to determine the weight of the door, not the spring itself. by Matthew O a
ANSWER: If the color code is questionable, use the instructions here @ North Shore Commercial Door: <a href="" target="_blank"></a> by Barry G a