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Garage Door Torsion Spring Installation Instructions
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Proper Handling of Springs

Most conventional torsion springs are made from oil tempered wire or hard drawn galvanized wire. Regardless of the spring material, proper handling of springs is essential. Since springs are made from steel, it is commonly believed that durability will not be compromised by “rough