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Garage Door Springs

DIY Garage Door Parts has the parts you need to fix your garage door yourself, without having a service man charge you several hundred dollars. Our garage springs at  DYI Garage Door Parts are made in the United States, from the best oil tempered steel available.

The Garage Door Torsion Spring fits a 1” torsion bar which is industry standard. Garage door springs are used to counter balance and assist in the easy opening and closing of the garage door. These springs are made of high quality oil-tempered steel. The torsion springs go through a process call Egyptian coating, where are then dipped in a black liquid and placed in an oven to bake the oil liquid. Doing this step gives the spring an anti-corrosive coat that prevents any rust.

Not Sure What Garage Door Spring Replacement You Need?


If you aren’t sure of the correct size spring you need, you may find it helpful to watch our video How to Measure Torsion Springs Video This video will also help you to know the difference between a left hand wound spring or a right hand wound spring. You will need this information to order the correct replacement spring for your garage door. There are other videos on the site that will show you how to replace garage door springs.

When you need to repair your garage door, we hope you will try DIY Garage Door Parts.  This is why DIY Garage Door Parts is known as the #1 trusted source on the web for all of your torsion and extension spring needs. We are here to offer you American made door springs at the best prices and quickest shipping. We also guarantee our parts for 4 years and our full 60 day return policy, something that isn’t found in any other garage door companies. Therefore, we hope you will choose our family owned company for yourself and see that we have the best parts at the lowest prices, and all shipped to your home.

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