Rogar Replacement Clamp Pad Set of 2 #35620
Please note: many companies offer knockoffs products that look very similar to genuine Rogar products, and some even use our "Estate" brand name.Â To repair a non-Rogar opener, the best option is to contact the original merchant from whom you purchased your opener.Â If you try to use Rogar replacement parts to repair your non-Rogar opener, we cannot guarantee that our part(s) will work.Â
Ratings & Reviews
Could have used instructions
by David -
More rubbery than I thought; the old ones seem to have hardened over time. A little difficult to install, and no instructions. I shoehorned it in with a putty knife. But once installed, it pretty much holds itself in place. I used a dab of rubber cement on the thin section for good measure.
They are a bit difficult to install and would benefit the purchaser if you provided a hint as to which side should face out when installed.
by Ken -
Perfect replacement, Opener is like new now
Great customer service
by William B
When I was unable to install the pads, I called IWA & the person directed me to where I could see a video on their website on how to do it. As I’m 90, & my hands/fingers aren’t as strong as years ago, I still couldn’t get them installed.
I live about 40 minutes away from IWA, so took the clamp & pads to IWA a couple days ago to ask for help. I walked into the wrong door which put me in their warehouse area, and a man came over to ask what I wanted. After explaining my problem to him, he directed me to the correct door going into their lobby, & said he’d have someone meet me there who could help. When I got to the lobby, the warehouse man was there, & a couple minutes later another man came in to help me. He said you really have to twist the pads back & forth quite a bit to make them easier to install, which is what he did. Two minutes later, the pads were installed, I thanked both of them, & left. Great customer service.