Genie Screw Drive Carriage for all Genie® Screw Drive Openers - Part 36179R.S Carriage is for use with Genie® screw drive openers This is an original equipment replacement part for all Genie® screw drive garage door openers except the Genie Excelerator models. This part replaces old part numbers: 25589S, 25589Z, 25589R, 24357R, 20073R.
Technical: Replaces old part #s: 18565R, 20073R, 20414R, 20414R.S, 24357R, 25589C, 25589R, 25589S, 34107, 34107R, and 36179
Compatibility: Works with All Genie Screw Drive Models. Some of the model are listed below. G-CL Series, H Series, IS, ISL, IMS,
GS980/9800/880/8800, GS820/8200/7200/850/800 PRO82/98/88/90, PRO83/93, PRO88S/98S, CM7500/8500/7500S/8500S, G-CL SERIES IS SERIES CSD 0706, CSD 0800, ALC 60, 70, 80, 75-IC 85 IC RCD 225, 250, 500, 550 CM7600-IC,PRO95404, 450, 409, 459, 419A, 420, 414, 419, 800, 8200, 880 SD SERIES, 9500,9000,8000,2500,5000 GXL/GX/G SERIES 9500,9000,2500,5000,10000
Includes: One (1) Genie OEM replacement screw drive carriage assembly part number 36179R.S
Comes with a one year manufacturer warranty.
Your Genie screw drive opener should be greased every couple of years,
using a Low Temp brands of Lubriplate or white grease. Any other
lubricant can cause the door to lock-up in cold weather. We highly recommend that you purchase lubricant since the entire rail will need to be greased to ensure proper function of the carriage.
You can purchase a .25 oz tube for 1 application, P/N 35159A.S or a 1.75 oz. tube for multiple applications, P/N Lubriplate-175.
Replacing your carriage is easy!
Here's how. Unplug your Genie screw drive opener for safety before beginning. Now to replace your carriage, detach the door arm from the existing worn out carriage with the door in the closed position. Loosen the nuts to the bolts on the screw drive rail at the front header bracket remove the bolts and slide the rail off to one side, giving ample room for the worn Genie carriage to be carefully slide out of the front of the screw drive rail. Reverse the procedure by simply sliding the new carriage onto the rail and then reinstall the bolts on the rail at the rail and tighten the nuts. Reattach the door arm and engage the new carriage. Adjust limits, if necessary.