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Old 06-05-00, 07:56 AM
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I had a garage door opener installed by myself. The manual said I need to add a reenforcement on the door to protect the door. I did not see anyone(maybe there are some I didn't know) installed the reenforcement by the professional installer. I am wondering, do I really need to add it or not? If yes, do I need a horzontal or a vertical or both? By the way, I have a simplest garage door installed by the builder(a single layer alluminum one).
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Old 06-06-00, 04:56 AM
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It is called a horizonal stablizier. Fits along the top of your door about 3 to 4 " down from the top. It must be bought separetly. It is not included with single doors. It keeps the door from getting a kink in it. I would personally get one and install it. Alot cheaper then replacing your door. Garage doors are not strong items. They can get damaged very easily.
 
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