Garage Door Springs Ready to Break?

Re: Garage Door Springs Ready to Break?

PostBy: ken On: Thu Oct 15, 2009 11:27 am

Now that you mention it Smitty , yes oil the torsion springs too. Lube them up and wipe off the extra. When the door goes up and down all of those coils rub against each other. For 25 years I did commercial doors. If somebody at a factory or plant needed a door or a repair at their house I would do it. Gotta love getting paid when your done. :D
ken
 
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Re: Garage Door Springs Ready to Break?

PostBy: Horace On: Sat Oct 17, 2009 12:17 am

whistlenut wrote:If you have an ex-wife, you could hold a re-union to resolve unfinished emotional issues in your garage.


I was wondering what I was going to do this weekend with all the crappy weather. Thanks!
Horace
 
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