Wayne Dalton Torquemaster Springs
You will need a few details when ordering Torquemaster spring replacements. The height and weight of your door, and the style of your current Torquemaster spring (either plus or original). If unsure which Torquemaster replacement spring to choose, we recommend selecting the Complete Plus Upgrade, which includes all necessary components for the latest Tourquemaster plus spring system. This set comes with plus spring(s), winding assembly, and cable drum kit for your door size, providing a worry-free solution.
If you're unsure about the details, don't worry! We offer a step-by-step guide above for ordering springs, or you can contact us via email and we'll set you up with replacements quickly. Check out our Torquemaster Spring FAQs for more information.
To distinguish between TMI and TMII, also known as Torquemaster Original and Torquemaster Plus (or TM and TM3), you can examine the end cones of the springs. The original Torquemaster springs have round end cones with small splines, as seen in the picture below. They were typically installed on doors made before February 2007, which can be checked by looking at the date on the spring tube label. On the other hand, Torquemaster Plus springs have hexagonal-shaped end cones, as shown below, and were used for doors installed after February 2007. The spring tube label may indicate "TM3" or "TM Plus" for the Plus style, or just "TM" for the original version. If you're unsure, please email us some images of your spring tube label or end brackets for assistance.