7" x 1-1/4" Driver's-side electric trailer brake assembly fits 2,000-lb axles. Mounting flange has 4-bolt pattern. Lowest Prices for the best Trailer Brakes from Dexter. Dexter 7" Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - Left Hand - 2,000 lbs part number 23-47 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Dexter 7" Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - Left Hand - 2,000 lbs

Dexter Trailer Brakes

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Code:   23-47

Retail:$92.36

Price:$59.95


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Dexter Trailer Brakes - 23-47

7" x 1-1/4" Driver's-side electric trailer brake assembly fits 2,000-lb axles. Mounting flange has 4-bolt pattern.

Features:

  • Configuration: left hand (driver's side)
  • Dimensions: 7" diameter x 1-1/4" thick
  • Axle rating: up to 2,000 lbs
  • Mounting flange: 4 bolt
  • Bolts, washers, and adjustment plugs sold separately


Dexter Electric Trailer Brake

23-47 7" Electric Brake Assembly for 2K Axles - LH







Video of Dexter 7" Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - Left Hand - 2,000 lbs


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Video Transcript for Dexter Trailer Brakes 23-47 Review

Today we're looking at part number 23-47 from Dexter. This is a seven inch by one and a quarter inch electric brake assembly. The capacity for the pair is 2000 pounds and it mounts with four bolts. So, here are the bolts on the back. I think you can see these. The measurement from center to center, one bolt to another is two and seven eighths of an inch.

So you want to make sure that the mounting flange on your axle matches that measurement. You have two wires. One is for ground and one is for power and it does not matter which wire you use for which function. Now, the way you can tell that this is a left hand electric brake assembly is to look at the brake shoes. You have one here that's that long. You have one here that's shorter.

The shorter or smaller brake shoe always faces the front. Also, what must always face the front is the metal C-shaped actuating arm right here. So, if that's facing the front this is a left-hand brake assembly. The way this is measured is from the outside, the exterior edge from the brake pad from one to the other. So, going across the center here, from that outside edge to the other is seven inches. Then the other measurement is determined by the width of the brake shoes, which is one and a quarter inches.

The mounting nuts and the washers for these assemblies are sold separately and are required for installation.There you have it for part number 23-47 from Dexter the seven by one and a quarter inch left-hand electric brake assembly.




Customer Reviews

Dexter 7" Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - Left Hand - 2,000 lbs - 23-47

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (17 Customer Reviews)

7" x 1-1/4" Driver's-side electric trailer brake assembly fits 2,000-lb axles. Mounting flange has 4-bolt pattern.


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by: Barry F.09/21/2012


Ordered my parts on Tuesday... showed up on Thursday! Awesome delivery time. Read the reviews for the 7" brakes I needed to replace on my popup camper, and several folks said to make sure to order the bolts, nuts and washers - since the etrailer replacements didn't come with them. The 7" brakes DO infact come with the pressed-in bolt studs already in place, the only thing extra you'll need to get would be the nuts and lock washers if you don't already have them. Installation is as simple as bolting them on and crimp connecting two wires. I'll make final adjustments to the brake controller once everything is back in place. 55385






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by: Shawn D.07/05/2012


This brake assembly replaced my original electric brake on 2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Sedona. You need to order four nuts for the brake mounting bolts on each assembly. etrailer's service/delivery was extremely fast with the free shipping on orders over $150. I also bought the LH assembly and matching hubs for the dexter ez axle. I would definitely buy from etrailer again. 46845






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by: Doug J.07/25/2014


The 23-47 brakes are an excellent replacement on my 1997 Coleman Fleetwood Bayports popup camper that I am close to finishing a restoration process on. They fit perfectly! Very happy to purchase an excellent product from the fastest shipper I have ever come across. I am blown away by the professionalism with this company! Thanks 142957






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by: Tim B.11/14/2012


I purchached these brakes to convert from hydraulic surge brakes on my 1973 pop-up camper. It was a simple, bolt on conversion that took only a few hours to complete; including wiring. One week later, they performed flawlessly on the 400 mile trip to hunting camp. Thanks e-trailer for a great product and service. 59443






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by: Mark B.08/20/2012


All of the items I ordered were delivered early (at no additional cost to me). All were in great shape. Plus, I received the 110% Lowest Price Promise refund! I'll definitely shop here again. 52384






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by: Ron B.09/20/2012


Fast shipping and this was an exact replcement for what was instaled on my trailer. Remember to order the nuts for the 4 studs. The old one do braked off during removal. 55243






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by: Tuch Outdoors12/28/2014


Item as described. Super Fast Shipping!!! Even though we ordered the week of xmas. We will shop etrailer again because the downtime is very minimal. Thank You! 167163






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by: Cameron T10/03/2014


Looked identical to the factory brakes on a 1996 Palomino Mustang pup trailer. Perfect fit. I didn't even have to adjust them. 154288






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by: Steve L10/16/2014


20 Floe snowmobile trailer, Dexter axles, the replacements fit perfectly. Installed and running in one night after work. 156338






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by: richard b06/09/2012


Putting them on was easy, Would be nice if new nuts came withthe kit 43489






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by: Joel H.06/27/2014


Exact same as oem for 20% less. Great company to order from. 138011






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by: chris w.05/08/2012


Great product. Direct bolt on. Could not have been easier! 39737






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by: Aaron c.09/04/2014


Worked like a charm on my Aliner camper ! 150128






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by: Greg C05/27/2014


fit fine no nuts for mounting studs. 132753






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by: Andy W.12/26/2012


Very fast shipping.Easy to install. 62014






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by: 500sks12/13/2012


high quality part 61341






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by: vince sullivan12/07/2012


great 60932




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  • Will the TruRyde 7 x 1-1/4 Inch Trailer Brake Assemblies Fit In Place of Dexter Brakes
  • The TruRyde 7 x 1-1/4 inch brake assemblies # TRBK-7E-01 (left) and # TRBK-7E-02 (right) will fit in place of the Dexter # 23-48 and # 23-47 brakes. the TruRyde brake assemblies are rated for up to 2,500 pounds whereas the Dexter assemblies are rated for 2,000 pounds.
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  • You will need Hub Drums that have the hub built into the drum. For part # 23-47 you will need 7 inch Hub Drums, like part # 8-173-16UC3 and mounting flanges, part # 4-34, that will need to be welded to your axles. This size brake and hub drum assemblies are for smaller trailers. You will pick your hub drum based on your wheel and axle size, then you will pick the brakes that fit that hub drum. If you write back with your bolt pattern and bearing numbers, I can help you find the correct...
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  • Difference Between Idler Hubs and Hub/ Drums
  • The Dexter Trailer Hub Assembly you referenced, part # 34822BX is known as an idler hub. An idler is a hub that is no provisions for trailer brakes. It has no brake drum. Part # 8-276-5 is an example of a hub/ drum that has a brake drum that can be used with a brake assembly like part # 23-47. The 34822BX would be an acceptable replacement for an idler hub with a 4-on-4 bolt pattern that uses # L44643 bearings.
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  • Electric Brake Install 2000 Coleman Sedona
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  • Converting Existing Hydraulic Brake System to Electric on Pop-Up Camper
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  • Can Drums from a Trailer with 7 Inch Hydraulic Brakes be Used When Converting to Electric Brakes
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  • Replacement Parts for Electric Brakes on a 1992 Coleman Fleetwood Trailer
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  • Replacement Brake Assembly Recommendation for a Trailer that Has 7 inch by 1-1/4 inch Assemblies
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  • Parts Needed to Add Electric Drum Brakes to a Trailer and Brake Controller for 2007 Pontiac Vibe
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  • Can Trailer Hub and Drum # 8-257-5UC3-EZ be Used with 14 Inch Wheels on a 2K Flexride Torsion Axle
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  • Parts Needed to Install Electric Brakes On 1995 Coleman Destiny Royale Trailer
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  • What Is The Distance Between Mounting Bolts On Dexter 7 Inch Brake Assembly # 23-48
  • I walked out to our warehouse and measured the mounting bolts on the 7 Inch Electric Brake Assembly, part # 23-48. From center of bolt to center of bolt, I measured approximately 2-3/4 inches. The 7 Inch Electric Brake Assembly, part # 23-48, is for 2,000 lb axles. For the left hand brake assembly, you will need part # 23-47. I took a picture of part # 24-48 and used Photoshop to illustrate the measurements that I took.
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  • What Size Nuts and Studs are Used to Mount 7 and 10 Inch Trailer Brake Assemblies
  • The studs on the Dexter 7 inc brake assembly, part # 23-47, are 1-1/4 inch long with 7/16 - 20 threads. Brake Assembly mounting bolt, part # 7-75, is 1-1/4 inch long with 7/16 - 20 threads. The nuts, part # 6-17, are also 7/16 - 20. This size is pretty standardized as far as 7 inch and 10 inch brake assemblies.
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  • Comparing Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 8-173-16UC3 with # 8-276-5
  • Basically, an electric brake assembly is going to be a 7 x 1-1/4 inch while a hydraulic brake assembly will be a 7 x 1-3/4 inch. If you are using electric brakes on the trailer, go with Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly, # 8-173-16UC3. For hydraulic drum brakes, use Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly, # 8-276-5.
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  • Will 10 Inch Trailer Brakes Fit In Place of 7 Inch Brakes
  • Ten inch brakes will use a larger hub than 7 inch brakes. So you will not only have to change the brake assemblies but also the hubs and the wheels. If cost is not a factor then you can do all of this but it would be much easier to just replace the 7 inch brakes. If the brakes are not providing enough power there may be another issue to look at. Make sure the brakes are properly adjusted. To do this you will turn the adjustment wheel until you can hear a slight but constant drag of the...
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  • Parts Needed to Add Electric Drum Brakes to a Little Guy Silver Shadow Trailer with 2k Axle
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  • Do Electric Brakes Require Adjustment When First Installed
  • The Dexter Electric Brake Assembly, part # 23-47, and part 3 23-48 do need to be set up initially when installed and then checked yearly. I have attached an installation video for electric brakes. At about the 4 minute 50 second mark adjusting the brakes when installing is explained.
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  • Is Dexter Axle Trailer Hub & Drum Assembly # 8-173-16UC3 Recommended for 1993 Starcraft
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  • Brake Mounting Flange Recommendation for a 1-1/4 inch Spindle on a 2006 Palomino Camper
  • I believe I have what you need. Since you said you have a shaft size of 1-1/4 I am assuming you are referring to the spindle. The Brake Mounting Flange # 4-34 is designed to work on spindles that are 1-1/4 inches in diameter and should work for you. The description says that this flange works on 1-3/4 inch axles with 1-1/4 inch spindles. With this brake mounting flange you will need to use a 7 inch brake assembly. For a left hand brake assembly you could get a Dexter Brake Assembly...
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  • You can convert your setup to an electric disc setup, to do this you will need first to determine what spindle is on your trailer axles and what wheel bolt pattern you have on trailer wheels. To determine what spindle you have you will have to remove your hubs and get the inner and outer bearing numbers. With those numbers you will be able to determine what spindles you have. To determine the bolt pattern of your wheels check out the FAQ article I attached that details how this is...
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  • In order to switch from your electric brakes to a disc brake system there are several things you will want to consider. It is true that the disc brakes will provide better braking for you, although converting can require an involved installation. Electric trailer braking systems provide fast response times and good control over the action of your trailer brakes, but they don't stop as hard as hydraulic brakes. Some of the things you need to consider if you decide to change the brake...
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