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Garage door openers old and new

I have a very old sears (craftsman) garage door opener. I am replacing it with a new craftsman garage door opener. My question is. Can I just use the old track and chain and put it on the new motor? Of course I would put in all new wiring etc.....

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Yes yu can use the old track etc.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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hi my name is mark, getting the proper motor to that exact opener will be impossable. it will be cheaper to replace the opener and you will get a warranty.

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