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Garage Door Torsion Springs & Torsion Spring Replacements

Many garage door owners will at some point experience worn out torsion springs that simply need to be replaced. The average torsion spring lasts for about 10,000 cycles of opening and closing the garage door. This is because of the amount of pressure that is put on these springs on a regular basis. If you are in need of a garage door torsion spring replacement, there's no better place to look than at Star Door Parts.

Here you will find more than 5,000 unique garage door torsion springs to choose from. Many in-stock replacement torsion springs are compatible with top name brands in the garage door industry including Wayne Dalton, Midland, North Central, Raynor and more. When you shop at Star Door Parts, you can be sure that you are purchasing high-quality garage door springs made from the highest grade of steel that comes coated and with standard cones. These springs are available in a wide range of sizes that are sure to work with your residential garage door.

Recently our staff and torsion springs were featured in The Family Handyman© September 2014 magazine article on "Advanced Garage Door Repairs" that show how to safely and properly replace a torsion spring. Click here to or on The Family Handyman© magazine logo below to the article on Advanced Garage Overhead Door Repair featuring Star Door Parts.

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If you have any questions about our torsion springs for garage doors, or how to order online, please give us a call at 952-818-6633 or email us. We’re happy to help! In stock, same day shipping available!

If you are looking for a spring with a different interior diameter (ID) other than 1 3/4" or 2", please click here to contact us or call us toll free at 952-818-6633 about placing a special spring order.

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Click on the links below to see our complete selection of torsion spring cables, winding bars and specialty tools :

How to Measure Garage Door Torsion Springs
Click on the tape measure to learn how to properly measure your torsion spring and then click on the proper ID size above the image of the spring and then select your wire size to see the largest selection of torsion springs on the web.

Garage door torsion springs, cables, brackets, and other hardware attached to the springs are under very high tension and, if handled or installed improperly, can cause serious injury. For safety reasons, recommends that only a qualified professional install or adjust torsion springs by carefully and properly following the manufacturer's instructions also using the proper specialized tools required. disclaims any and all liability, including any obligation or liability under indemnification agreements with distributors or retailers, for death, personal injury, expense or property damage incurred by consumers who attempt to install or who install torsion springs, parts, etc., purchased from