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Have an '89 Barth that has what appears to be a hydraulic door support on the interior caninets. It was made by Spring Lift out of Monticello Arkansas. The part # was SL 1-20. They don't appear to be in business anymore. No listing in Ark.

Does anyone have a substitute product for these type of supports/hinges?
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Hi Scuba guy, take a big breath and avoid the sharks and try this number:


1016 N. Monroe St.
Lowell, MI 49331
Tel: 616-897-2290
Fax: 616-897-8358

Product Description
Mfr. & Dist. Of Pneumatic Springs For Hinged Panels, Lids, Doors, Windows & Hatches. Mounting Brackets, Fastening Devices

It is saturday and I just called the number and it was answered "Attwood Customer Service".

Apparently the original Springlift company in Arkansas, closed in 1996 but is now a division of Attwood in Massachusetts.
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I certainly like resurrecting OLD topics with NEW information and lower prices.

I purchased my lifts for the interior cabinet doors from FeeBay. About $3.50 each. You can use new brackets that come with each lift. I drilled and tapped the original Barth brackets since they were heavier. The functionality Is better than the original. Now to see how long they last.
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