Archive for May, 2013

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Garage Door Cable Drums and Sheaves

Monday, May 20th, 2013

Long Island Garage Door supplies and installs garage door hardware parts. Garage door cable drums and sheaves can vary depending on the type of garage door you have. Long Island Garage Door provides heavy duty 3 inch sheave/pulleys for garage door extension springs which have a 200 lb load rating, 3/8 inch bore and 6 solid rivets. Heavy duty 3 inch sheave/pulleys with clevis for garage door extension springs with clevis and fasteners and a 200 lb load rating, 3/8” bore and six solid rivets and a maximum cable diameter 1/8”. Heavy duty 4 inch sheave/pulley with clevis for the garage door extension spring; 200 lbs ratubgm 3/8” bore and six solid rivets and a maximum cable diameter of 1/8”. Garage Door Cable drums for 7 & 8 foot garage doors with a standard 4” diameter cable drum (up to 8’1” high garage doors) rated up to 1/8” cable and up to #530 door (for use on hollow or solid 1 inch shaft). Garage Door Cable Drums for a garage door can go up to 12 feet high which include 400-12, 1 right side and 1 left side inside screw set, used for 1” torsion tubes that are 12” in circumferences, rated for up to 750 pund garage doors and works with up to 5/32” cables. Garage Door cable drums for a garage door can go up to 10’3”, 100-10 (pair), 1 right side and 1 left side includes set screws, 1 inch torsion tubes with a 12 inch circumference, rated up to 750 pound doors and works with up to 5/32” garage door cables. Garage Door Cables Drums for High Lift Garage Doors for up to 9 feet high and up to 54” of high life, 100-54, 1 right side and 1 left side includes set screws, for 1” torsion tubes 12” circumference, works with up to 5/32” cables, rated 275 pounds per drum, box truck door 3” cable drums and much more!!

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Garage Door Extension Springs

Monday, May 6th, 2013

Springs to a garage door are a main factor when it comes to the functioning of opening and closing the door. It should allow one to open and close the door in an effective manner as well as safe. These particular springs are designed to stretch to the capacity to hold on to a sufficient amount of weight when opening and closing the door and at the same time shrink back to its regular size with no technical difficulties. The stretching of a spring indicates how strongly it will shrink back to its regular size. Extension springs in a garage door are designed to hold up to a lot of stress and strain that a garage door can put on a spring to function correctly. Taking the steps to choosing a spring size and making sure it is accurate is a very important step which can make all the difference between a safe and long-lasting spring or an unsafe and non-lasting spring. When and If a repair needs to be done on a garage door, one should always make sure it is done by a licensed/insured professional to reduce the risk of injury to oneself or someone else as well as preventing damage to the material or property.

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