recliner spring

Recliner Springs

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  • Made Just For Recliners
  • Australian Owned Company

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  • Weight
    0.05 kg
  • SKU
    CGRS-93

Recliner Chair Springs

The CouchGuard® 160mm and 180mm recliner spring is the most commonly used recliner spring and can be found on the inner side of the recliner action. These springs are known as the footrest release spring and are the main springs that operate the recliner. The 93mm & 117mm lockdown springs are a smaller spring that come into play when the recliner is closed and you hear that "Click" into locked position.

Our recliner springs are made from high quality materials and are made specifically for recliners. A break down of the spring can be found on this page by clicking on the measuring tab.

Please note: We only stock whats listed on the website and do not have any other size springs.
  • Brand
    CouchGuard®
  • Spring Total Length
    93mm - Lockdown, 112mm - Footrest Release, 117mm - Lockdown, 135mm - Footrest Release, 160mm - Footrest Release, 180mm - Footrest Release
  • 4 Pack
    Yes, No
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How To Measure The Spring

All recliner parts are universal. Makes of recliners, brand names or manufactures part numbers don't mean anything.

93mm Spring Measure the total length of the spring including the hooks. Please note the offset of the hooks. One hook is shorter then the other. Break down of the measurements are - hook = 13mm, coil = 42mm, hook = 38mm TOTAL = 93mm. 

Choose "93mm - Lockdown" from the drop down menu above, add the quantity required then "Add To Cart" 


112mm Spring Measure the total length of the spring including the hooks. The hooks are symmetrical.

Break down of the measurements; hook = 22mm, coil = 68mm, hook = 22mm TOTAL = 112mm. 

Choose "112mm - Footrest Release" from the drop down menu above, add the quantity required then "Add To Cart"


117mm Spring Measure the total length of the spring including the hooks. Please note the offset of the hooks. One hook is shorter then the other. Break down of the measurements are - hook = 16mm, coil = 61mm, hook = 40mm TOTAL = 117mm. 

Choose "117mm - Lockdown" from the drop down menu above, add the quantity required then "Add To Cart"


135mm Spring Measure the total length of the spring including the hooks. The hooks are symmetrical in length but hook openings opposite. Break down of the measurements; hook = 13mm, coil = 109mm, hook = 13mm TOTAL = 135mm. 

Choose "135mm - Footrest Release" from the drop down menu above, add the quantity required then "Add To Cart"

TIP: To remove and fit a recliner spring, have the recliner footrest in the open position. There are is no load on the spring then!

160mm Spring Measure the total length of the spring including the hooks. Please note the offset of the hooks. One hook is shorter then the other. Break down of the measurements; hook = 26mm, coil = 89mm, hook = 45mm TOTAL = 160mm. Wire diameter is 2.1mm. 

Choose "160mm - Footrest Release" from the drop down menu above, add the quantity required then "Add To Cart"


180mm Spring Measure the total length of the spring including the hooks. Please note the offset of the hooks. One hook is shorter then the other. Break down of the measurements; hook = 16mm, coil = 104mm, hook = 60mm TOTAL = 180mm. Wire thickness is 2.1mm 

Choose "180mm - Footrest Release" from the drop down menu above, add the quantity required then "Add To Cart"

Please choose / measure carefully as returns / reorders will incur a return fee or new postage and handling fee of $9.90

Removing & Fitting A Recliner Spring

1 Gently turn the recliner over remember correct lifting methods.

2 Open the recliner footrest.

3 Locate the spring you are replacing. You may want to mark where it come from.

4 Using a pair of pointy noise pliars, remove the recliner spring by unattaching the hook ends from the recliner action.

5 With the new recliner spring in hand, hook the one hook end in first then using the pliars pull and hook the other end into the the recliner action. You may need to use your figers to help locate it into the hole. Be carefull they can bite!

6 Turn the recliner back over and test the the footrest now stays close in the closed position.

7 Sit in the recliner and open the foot rest using the trigger release and check that it locks closed when returned to the closed position.

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