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10" x 2-1/4" Hydraulic Brake Assembly - RH

Dexter Trailer Brakes

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Code:   23-313

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Dexter Trailer Brakes - 23-313

Single-Servo 10" x 2-1/4" Right Handed Hydraulic Brake Assembly

  • 3,500 lbs capacity per pair
  • Single Servo - Single plunger comes from the wheel cylinder (Most Common Style)
  • Uses 10" Hub/Drums
  • Mounting studs included




Video of 10" x 2-1/4" Hydraulic Brake Assembly - RH


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Video Demo Dexter Trailer Brakes 23 313
Dexter 10" x 2-1/4" Right Hand Hydraulic Trailer Brakes Review

Video Transcript for Dexter 10" x 2-1/4" Right Hand Hydraulic Trailer Brakes Review

Today, we're looking at the Dexter 10" Hydraulic Brake Assembly, part number 23-313. This setup is for the right-hand side. And the way we tell it is by this configuration, the forward shoe lining be thinner or smaller than the rear shoe lining or your primary shoe. This is a single servo setup, which means it has one wheel cylinder and one piston that pushes out against the shoes and they'll create a wedge effect inside the brake hub drum assembly. Couple this assembly with the left-hand side and the pair will create 3,500 pounds in braking capacity. To give the measurement of our assembly, we'll simply measure across the linings and see it is a 10" width.

Then we can measure the brake linings themselves and see it is 2-1/4". So our hub drum assembly setup will have to be a 10" x 2-1/4" assembly. We're mounting our backing plate to our axle. It has 4 studs pre-pressed in to the backing plate. We'll bolt up to the axle flange through these 4 bolts.

You want to make sure that you have a 4 bolt setup. On your initial installation, you'll use a star wheel adjuster to push the brake lining out to meet your hub drum assembly braking surface. You want to create a light drag on the initial setup. Then as the linings wear down, you'll also need to adjust that star wheel which can be done through the backing plate access hole to keep that light drag and keep the clearances between the shoe linings and the hub drum assemblies to a minimum. And there you have it for our Hydraulic Brake Assembly from Dexter, part number 23-313..


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Great ! Bolted right on in about 10 min! Nice new parts! Won't have to worry about my trailer brakes for years now!! Wish I knew about eTrailer years ago!!85846



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  • Recommendations for Hydraulic Brake Assemblies on a 1993 Trail Rite 3500 Pound Boat Trailer
  • Whether you ultimately decide to go with free-backing or not, I would recommend getting galvanized brake assemblies. The springs are stainless steel and the plates are galvanized which will help them hold better since you have a boat trailer and the brake assemblies maybe exposed to more water. I like the free-backing systems better. They will make backing down a boat launch a bit smoother, especially if someone else is backing the vehicle in while you are in the boat pulling off the trailer.
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