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Question DetailsAsked on 8/27/2017

how much should a garage door spring # 243 cost

need 2 springs a # 243 & a # 234

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Whole bunch of answers to that question here -

More in the Home > Garage Door link under Browse Projects, at lower left.

Those springs - probably about $30-50 apiece (odd you have tow different ones - usually they should be matched pair to avoid uneven torsion on the door) depending on the number of rated cycles - about $50/pair more if including the winding end and miscellaneous associated end hardware, if needed.

Labor typically in the range of $100-200 for the replacement depending on your exact make/model - that assuming there is end access to slide the shaft out enough to get the springs on/off it (about 2 feet open space off each end) - if the end space has been taken away and not readily moved out of the way, then can easily add another $100-200 labor to remove the entire shaft assembly to change the parts out on the floor, then put back up and wind the springs.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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