Door Roller Spring Catch Arm

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We have remade some of these door arms thats rides against the roller. We found out with our very first R&D roller that if the arm is damaged it won't stop the popping. These come with a bushing and hardware to bolt them on. The hardest part of the job will be removing the factory one.

 

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I just discovered yesterday that what I thought was a simple missing door spring was in fact the driver's side roller pin had snapped off. The arm is still there, but I'm not sure if it needs replacement or not.

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Anyway, I went to your site and found a new roller pin, which is a huge relief. Thought I was going to have to replace the whole hinge.

Thanks for saving me a bunch of time, aggravation, and money!
 

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We have remade some of these door arms thats rides against the roller. We found out with our very first R&D roller that if the arm is damaged it won't stop the popping. These come with a bushing and hardware to bolt them on. The hardest part of the job will be removing the factory one.

Do these have to be painted?
 
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