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Drive Gear with Bushing P1012 for Wizard, Challenger, Amarr Openers



This part is not available anymore because the manufacturer has discontinued production. There is no replacement for this part and you may have to replace your unit with another brand if this part is essential to operation.

Old Part Number: P1012, 220315, 190-220315

Wayne Dalton Wizard Challenger Drive Gear P1012 Drive Gear with Bushing

This gear sprocket assembly with bushing is a Manufacturer original part. Gear comes pre-lubricated.

  • Lubricated Gear with bushing
  • Ready to install in your Challenger, Amarr, or Wizard opener
  • Original equipment manufacturer replacement part
  • Dimensions: 3" diameter x .75" thick
  • Part No: P1012
  • New Part No: 220315
  • Color: Black
  • Manufacturer: Allstar Corp
  • Warranty: Mfg 1 year

Drive Gear
3.012" OD
0.503" Bore
0.758" Main Gear Height
1.200" Total Height
36 Teeth

Integrated Sprocket:
1.660" OD
9 Teeth

Compatible with:
  • Amarr 1000, 1500
  • Challenger CH-1000, 9100, 9300, 9500, 9300M, 9500M, JG850
  • Allstar Challenger 9300, 9500
  • Challenger GLE, SE
  • Wayne-Dalton Wizard 2113, 2115

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