Most homeowners close the overhead garage door & assume they’ve locked out bad guys. But there are a few ways crooks might get thru. This article will show you how they do it—and how to stop them. Every garage door opener has an emergency release that disconnects the door from the opener. Without it, you wouldn’t be able to open the door when the opener is on the fritz. But some clever crooks have turned this essential feature into a
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2 (3″) pulleys – this is a garage door part – $8.98 2 hex bolts (this replaces the bolt that comes with the pulley – receipt doesn’t mention the size) – $2.16 2 (3/8) hex nuts (this fits above bolt) – $.70 and 2 lock-washers to fit – $.40 4 frame anchors – found with the decking supports – $11.92 2 (1 1/2 x 1/4) lag screws – $.42 and 2 lock-washers to fit $.40 8 (1 x 1/4) lag screws – $1.20 and 6 lock-washers to fit – $1.60 4 (5/16) washers – $.48