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Wayne-dalton-idrive-springs, replacement springs for wayne dalton garage doors using the torquemaster spring system. this specialty spring is made only by wayne dalton for their torquemaster tms garage door system.. We carry wayne dalton idrive garage door opener parts - remote controls, keypads, wall stations, photo eye safety sensors. all the currently available parts for your wayne-dalton idrive opener are listed below. most repair parts for the idrive unit are no longer made by the manufacturer and are unavailable., if you are having problems with your idrive opener, the links below may help you diagnose the issue. troubleshooting torquemaster idrive troubleshooting torsion idrive.

Wayne dalton torquemaster spring system is a system that was developed in an attempt to improve on the torsion spring system. torquemaster systems use a spring system that is enclosed inside a hollow torque tube that mounts on the header above the garage door opening., your wayne dalton garage door is built to last, but all springs will wear out over time. with our wayne dalton torquemaster garage door springs, you can quickly get your door functioning again. wayne dalton garage door spring parts like these torquemaster springs are notoriously sturdy and durable..

Over the years wayne dalton has designed two types of winders to tension the springs. the original torquemaster one spring assemblies incorporate a gearbox to allow the homeowner to easily wind his springs using an electric drill with a 7/16" nut driver or socket., if you are installing a wayne dalton torsion garage door for the first time, adjusting it is the last task you will do—after installing the vinyl weather stripping. lift the door and check the balance. if the door lifts by itself or if it is hard to pull down, you will need to unwind the springs..

Introduction to torquemaster torsion springs wayne dalton designed the torquemaster spring system for safety; this system allows do-it-yourselfers to install doors without all the dangers associated with standard torsion spring systems. homeowners can use a drill or a socket wrench to wind and unwind their torsion springs.