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2" Steel Roller with 7 Ball Bearings - 4" Stem


Wayne Dalton

PART NUMBER: RS-300-25000

In Stock

2" diameter garage door 7 ball steel roller with 4" stem

The heavy duty steel construction of these replacement rollers will keep them going for years. With 7 ball bearings and a steel wheel this will make a great replacement for your old rollers. Replacing your garage door rollers can make a huge difference and provide you a smooth glide and more quiet operation.


  • Compatible with 2" door tracks
  • 35lb. load
  • 10,000 8ft. door cycles
  • 1.75 inch steel wheel
  • 7 ball bearing construction
  • 4 inch stem

Tech Specs:

  • 1.75" Wheel Diameter
  • 4" Stem Length
  • 4.25" Overall Length (wheel-stem)

Garage Door Roller Selection Guide - How to Pick the correct roller for your garage door

Roller for 2" Track

We recommend replacing all rollers at once, however you can replace just one. When replacing only one or two rollers, make sure you are selecting the same type as you already have. Inspect your current garage door roller for the number of ball bearings inside it (some rollers have no bearings) and whether the wheel part is made of steel or nylon.  Then look at our roller select here to find the one compatible with your door.

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