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88-98 Door Roller Spring Catch Arm

$25.00 - $50.00
7 reviews Write a Review

Door still popping even after you changed the roller? Typically these arms are the cause. When they wear unevenly and break your factory roller off chances are its damaged. They get wore to a "point" instead of a nice smooth rounded hill. These will not be the easiest to replace and drilling/cutting maybe required. These come with a bolt, washer, locknut, and bushing to fit the inside of the arm. Direct bolt in after the original is removed completely. Made from a stainless steel to prevent rust from happening.


Set Includes - 1 bolt, 2 washers, 1 lock nut, 1 bushing, and 1 arm

7 Reviews

  • 5
    89 roller spring catch

    Posted by Mike on May 12th 2024

    Product Very well constructed, arrived quickly and in a good package from Cunningham machine . Installed this on passenger door and resolved the irritating popping sound . If you are replacing door roller pin , do yourself a favor and replace this as well . You will not regret it .

  • 5
    Roller Spring Catch Arm

    Posted by JW on May 8th 2024

    If your doing the roller pin, then do yourself a favor and get this as well, hardware is of excellent quality and the machining of this part is outstanding, you won't be replacing this part anytime soon!!

  • 5
    Great item

    Posted by Wheeler on Apr 22nd 2024

    This is a great product, made my door open and close like New. I would surely recommend this product to anyone that has a OBS that has worn out, and noisey doors.

  • 5
    Door roller spring catch arm

    Posted by John Henley on Feb 26th 2024

    Best design iv seen. Hands down . Worked perfectly

  • 5
    Roller spring catch arm

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 6th 2024

    Installation was easy once you removed the old ones. Removing the old ones was the hard part. The door's work very smoothly now.

  • 5
    Installed easily

    Posted by Rick Gargurevich on Jan 20th 2024

    However, getting the old one out was a PIA! After I air-chiseled off the rivet, it still wouldn't drive out since the hole in the hinge had a huge chamfer in it and the old rivet was peened into it. I had to grind out the interference with a die grinder. The new one went right in and has a lot less sloppy of a fit compared to the old one. Like the roller, it can be easily replaced if needed, but I think it will last forever. Great product!

  • 5
    Perfect Fix for Poor Manufacturer Design

    Posted by Mark Thornton on Sep 21st 2023

    So thankful for companies that produce parts that compensate for poor designs by the manufacturer. Stumbled across this part and love that I don't have to replace the whole hinge (or door) to get my door fixed!