best way to put in a garage door open er8 ft tall door

jeanw Posted By jeanw, Sep 11, 2018 at 2:45 PM

  1. jeanw

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    finally got one sitting in a box out in the vehicle. found it on CL new in box, not the deluxe one I wanted from the 1990s before new fangled sensors and wi fi CRAP.YEAH y'all know its crap.. I don't want any SMART stuff. only smart ones are the globalists. they get us sheeple to go along all in the name of faster and lazier.so they can control us all....well Im a resistor.
    well anyway its for he typical 7 to 71/2 foot tall gar door. yeah I know need ext kit. but I believe I was told that you can buy one the correct length one solid piece.
    we had a box before we moved here with such. but no sure if we kept it. so much stuff at other home . just hate to keep buying more stuff we don t need well anyway isn't the T rail better than that tube type rail???? ///Course got the chain drive its def garage?
    thanks y'all
     
  2. stee6043

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    Have you heard one of the new belt-drive garage door openers operate? Holy smokes they are quiet. I wouldn't go back to screw/chain if the unit was free.

    Noise aside the "smart units" being used by us "globalists" are required by law now. Enough kids have been killed under the old style door openers that some crazy money grubbing globalist came up with an idea to make garage door openers more safe by adding a couple of sensors and a few feet of wire.

    Installing a non-preexisting 90's era door opener in your home today would ultimately not be "legal", or "code compliant". I assume you don't much care for the government/law types, but I thought I'd mention this.

    Best wishes with your install. Stay safe out there...keep up the good fight.
     
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