Trailer hub includes lug nuts, inner bearing (L68149) and race, outer bearing (L44649) and race, grease cap and grease seal. Fits 3,500-lb axles. Lowest Prices for the best Trailer Hubs and Drums from Dexter. Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly - 3,500-lb Axles - 5 on 4-1/2 part number 84546UC3 can be ordered online at or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.

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Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly - 3,500-lb Axles - 5 on 4-1/2

Dexter Trailer Hubs and Drums

(67 reviews)

Code:   84546UC3


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Dexter Trailer Hubs and Drums - 84546UC3

Trailer hub includes lug nuts, inner bearing (L68149) and race, outer bearing (L44649) and race, grease cap and grease seal. Fits 3,500-lb axles.


  • Application: most 3,500-lb axles, including Dexter
  • Works with both electric and hydraulic brakes
  • Drum dimensions: 10" diameter x 2-1/4" wide
  • Bolt pattern: 5 on 4-1/2"
  • Includes bearings, races, seal, grease cap, wheel bolts and lug nuts
    • Bearings:
      • Inner bearing: L68149
      • Outer bearing: L44649
    • Grease seal: 58846
      • Outer diameter: 2.565"
      • Inner diameter: 1.719"
    • Grease cap: 1.986"
  • Capacity: 1,750 lbs

Side ViewDrum View

Determining the Bolt Pattern

The first number in the bolt pattern is the number of bolt holes. The second number denotes the diameter, in inches, of the circle on which the bolt holes sit.

Bolt Pattern - Even

On wheels with an even number of bolt holes, measure from the center of one bolt hole to the center of the hole directly across from it. (Example: 8 on 6-1/2 means 8 bolt holes with 6-1/2" from the center of one hole to the center of another on the opposite side.)

Bolt Pattern - Odd

To determine the bolt-circle diameter on wheels with an odd number of bolt holes, measure from the center of any bolt hole to the point halfway between the two bolt holes directly across from the first. (Example: 5 on 4-1/2 means 5 bolt holes with 4-1/2" measured to a point halfway between the opposite bolt holes.)

Bolt Pattern - Side

Measuring the distance (D) from the center of one bolt hole on the wheel to the center of a bolt hole right next to it can also help to determine the bolt pattern.

  • If D = 2-5/8", then the bolt pattern is 5 on 4-1/2"
  • If D = 2-3/4", then the bolt pattern is 5 on 4-3/4"
  • If D = 3", then the bolt pattern is 5 on 5"
  • If D = 3-1/4", then the bolt pattern is 5 on 5-1/2"

84546UC3 Trailer Hub and Drum

Video of Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly - 3,500-lb Axles - 5 on 4-1/2

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Dexter Trailer Hubs and Drums 84546UC3 Review

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Today were going to review part number 84546UC3. This is the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly for 3,500 pound axles with the 5 on 4 inch bolt pattern. This trailer hub and drum assembly will fit most 3,500 pound axles including the Dexter. The dimensions on it is 10 inches in diameter, 2 inches wide. The bolt pattern is the 5 lugs on 4 inch bolt pattern. This hub and drum assembly does come with the lug nuts, does come with the inner bearing which is part number L68149, comes with the outer bearing which is part number L44649, comes with the greased seal, part number 58846, and it also comes with the grease cap.

Now the races are included and they are already installed. You can see the outer race which is in there. If I turn it over you can see right in here the inner race. Those will come all pre-installed so the bearings will slide right in. Basically, as youll see the outer bearing will fit right in there, and the inner bearing will fit right into that race.

The seal will actually have to be installed right in there after the bearing is put in, and then the grease cap is what will go over the outer bearing. And as you can see the lug nuts, you can screw right on to the wheel studs. Again, the weight capacity on this one hub and drum assembly is 1,750 pounds so when you use this with the other one, two of them on an axle, it will have a capacity for the 3,500 pound axle. And, just to show you that measurement we had talked about. The diameter is measured inside to inside for your brake assembly so it would use a 10 inch diameter brake assembly; and then the width for the brake shoe would be measured from here to here.

So, if we put that on it would be 2 . So it will use a brake assembly that is 10 inch diameter by 2 wide. And that should do it for the review on part number 84546UC3. This is the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly for a 3,500 pound axle.

Customer Reviews

Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly - 3,500-lb Axles - 5 on 4-1/2 - 84546UC3

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (67 Customer Reviews)

Trailer hub includes lug nuts, inner bearing (L68149) and race, outer bearing (L44649) and race, grease cap and grease seal. Fits 3,500-lb axles.

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by: Jefferson Cannedy04/29/2013

To anyone who is putting brakes on a trailer I got a set of electric brakes hubs bearing and seal and cap from e-trailer and everything fit perfect. They even arrived 2 days earlier than I thought. I would recommend e-trailer over anyone else. They have the best quality product for less and made in USA. For me if I need any trailer parts I wouldn't look any more. They have very friendly service and has someone there that not only works in office but understands and knows bearings and when you ask questions knows exactly what you are talking about. I am completely 100% satisfied with their product and service. Jeff Cannedy 78324


everything is O K.

Jefferson C - 05/16/2014


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by: Mike G.06/26/2013

I got these drums in to replace some old ones. the only thing I miss is the adjustment hole. But being an over cautious tower I inspect my trailer brakes often. Installed yesterday and they worked great. Ordered on a Sunday and received on Tuesday - but I live in the same shipping -zone I believe - got some great LED trailer lights as well. Image shows product installed. 86236

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by: Harry D.08/23/2012

With only 10days left before a 1,000mi trip with the family travel trailer, I decided to check one of the brakes for wear. To my great dismay the brakes were heavily worn. On last Friday afternoon, etrailer customer service helped me determine what parts would be needed for my application and for a little over $400, I ordered everything to make completely new again. I received completely assembled electric brakes, new wheel bearings and drums for four wheels. The items were rec'd on the following Wednesday with standard shipping. Wednesday evening I installed all new parts, which all were correct and now I am ready to roll with 6 days to spare. I would strongly recommend etrailer for your trailer needs. 52675

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by: MustangRacer12/07/2011

Wow ! Great prices and fast shipping. Saved a ton. I wish I had found you last year when I had to rebuild my othe Pace Shadow GT Trailer after some 150,000 towing miles. This open trailer has had a tougher life and maybe 50,000 miles. We turned around while working on the trailer and there he was. The local turtle thinks he found a new girlfriend !!LOL Gues he likes your drums. 27884

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by: Captain Ron03/16/2015

I was pleasantly surprised when I received notice that my order from had arrived at my shipping address. Then when I came to pick it up I was delighted again to see how well it had been prepared for shipping to protect against damage in transit. I have not yet opened the packages as other business has been in the way but a peek inside made me think all is well there too. I will report further as I have time. Thanks for the speed at which you delivered the goods. I look foreward to a long association with your company. 178724

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by: Del H.12/28/2013

The web site it excellent and informative!!! I ordered a complete electric brake system for a new single axle trailer including controller for the truck, which all came in a timely manner and in good condition. BUT, they should have supplied the BASTARD NUTS (7/16"-20) for the two backing plates. I lost a few hours trying to locate the nuts. Also, the bearing caps are so thin that they dent with the slightest hit with a rubber hammer. 111407

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by: jeff w. Mt. Zion, IL.02/09/2011

Purchased 5 lug 4.5 hub and electric break assembly with controller and wiring. The Web site was easy to follow. Video demonstrations gave me enough information to place an order with confidence I was getting the correct parts. They will be installed on a 24 ft open car trailot. Shipping was fast. I would recommend your company to others. I will write a second review when I install parts and take it for a pull to the drag strip this spring. 6895

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by: RMC07/10/2013

Good hub/drum assembly. Had a problem after I got them on with my wheel not wanting to fit. Still haven't figured out how a wheel that was on a 5-on-4.5 hub wouldn't fit this hub. The old wheels appeared to be off a car, maybe that was the problem. Just got some new wheels meant for trailers and they fit perfectly. The only other issue I ran into was getting the dust caps on turned out to be a painful process for some reason. 88705

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by: Steve S.06/16/2014

What a deal, Drum, Bearings, Seal and new lug nuts. I can't say enough how I think e-trailer has the best prices out there. Drums were packaged nicely, bearings and caps, seals, nuts etc.. were packaged separately in a separate box the same box the drums came in. Drums made in America, bearings made in China, whatever, all brand new and all fit perfectly, thanks everyone at e-trailer :) 135807

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by: Dennis C.03/13/2012

I have not yet installed the new hubs/brakes on my trailer. I did open the box and inspect what was shipped. Everything ordered was there and appear to be of good quality. Shipping was fast and I found etrailer prices to be lower than most other internet dealers. Plus other dealers charge for basic shipping ($30+), making this a very cost effective way to add brakes to my trailer. 33768

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by: Mark S03/18/2011

Simply Exceptional Service! I wanted to make certain I ordered the correct parts to add brakes to a trailer and phoned their sales dept at 7:30 p.m. on a Wednesday evening. I then placed the order online after that. When I arrived home on Thursday the entire order was on my doorstep. And best of all the shipping was free. Great price, great customer service. 9675

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by: Frank L.10/10/2014

I'm very satisfied with the drums I purchased. Looks like quality stuff. Love that the race is already pressed in. Everything fit on perfect. Also you can't beat the price. Drums, race, bearings, nuts, and cap all in/as one package. And I caught the free shipping! I must admit I haven't driven the trailer yet but foresee no problems. Thank You e Trailer. 155505

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by: Jim T09/15/2014

These drums came with everything needed as well as both style grease caps, the standard and the greaseable ones, and went together as smooth as silk... adjusted up easy and worked perfect. going to buy another set for the other axle.... already recommended to others. 151007

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by: Rick B08/04/2012

This was the easiest brake job ever! from start to finish, from jacking up, taking off wheels and old hubs, installing backing plates, new bearings and hubs, and wiring took only 1 hour. They work perfectly! Super fast shipping and great customer service! Thank you! 50573

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by: Richard08/08/2014

Great prices, fast & free shipping, exceeded my expectations 145263

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by: Tom S.10/27/2014

I wasn't sure exactly which hub to order but because of the excellent descriptions and pictures of the product provided I was able to match up to the product I needed. etrailer is the best website for the products I need. Shipping is very prompt. 157989

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by: Ron K.04/16/2013

Good descriptions & product information. Items were and exact replacement fit, in-stock & fast delivery. Got my trailer backup & running in no time for an important run. This will be my 1st choice for future trailer parts. 76436

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by: Jeremy R11/21/2011

I purchased some product on Monday and had it on Wednesday. I had also called with some questions while completing my pepair project and they were VERY HELPFUL with my questions. I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND ETRAILER.COM!!!!! 27215

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by: Ryan S.03/18/2015

Works as expected, no issues Representative at exceptional to work with and even pulled a product that we ordered prior to shipping so we could add on to order to take advantage of free shipping deal. 179447

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by: larry C03/09/2015

there are a lot of companies that sell trailer parts.. but i went with e.trailer. the drums i purchased were an exact fit for my bassboat trailer. add superfast shipping&low prices. you have earned my business!! 177697

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by: Mitch08/25/2014

Great customer service from etrailer. Hubs arrived very quickly. Hubs are excellent quality as you would expect from Dexter products. These hubs were an excellent replacement for my old 494 style hubs. 148300

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by: Dave N.08/13/2014

I found it very easy to find the right product I needed. Received everything on time and packaged neatly. I would definitely recommend to everyone . I will definitely shop here again! 146503

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by: Ron10/17/2013

The shipment arrived in one day. Installed the same afternoon with no problems. The only hardware not included was the locknuts for the backing plates. I'm overall pleased with the service. 104161

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by: Douglas03/27/2013

Hub fit like the original. The brakes did drag on the same location on the hub making me feel the hub was manufactured out of round. Does not come with the nut, washer or cotter pin. 72821

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by: Eli04/25/2010

Complete kit exact replacement This drum replaced the worn out one on my '95 Jayco perfectly. Came with everything I needed. One note, the bearings are not pre-packed. 2963

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by: Jim R03/08/2012

Amazing delivery. I never expected it to get here this fast! Products were packaged very well and in great shape. I will use E-trailer for all my needs. Thanks! 33266

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by: Steve04/16/2012

My 17 year old hubs were badly damaged from contact with the worn electromagnets. This kit made it very easy to swap out the hubs with all new components. 37424

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by: Tim L.05/14/2012

Just installed, haven't towed with these yet. Pretty much as described, looks like a nice hub/drum. Nice to have the races pressed in already. 40297

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by: william j mapes12/09/2010

service Service was excellant. Web site was easy to use and very informative. The order was here in exceptional time. Thank you very much. 3887

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by: JY03/23/2015

The product arrived in a timely matter. Everything fit well. Excited that the product was made in the USA. I would order from them again. 180239

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by: Ron01/24/2015

E trailer is the best, great price on brake package and easy to install.i plan on buying all my trailer parts from e trailer from now on. 171069

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by: Adam Bolster11/14/2014

Fast shipping. Everything came in perfect shape and exact product. Great communication through whole order. Thank you. 161002

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by: John S.03/20/2011

A perfect fit, all went together fine except that the cap went on with great difficulty. I got them on with some dents. 9921

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by: Jerry10/06/2011

Great Products Here. Arrived in great shape one day before I was promised. Thanks again for all the help ! 25158

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by: jon01/28/2011

it would be nicer to have the easy lube drum but just clean befor putting it on and it is simple to install 6298

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by: Robert Marshall04/17/2014

Good description of parts only issue was the 2 external grease caps were crushed and would not go on hub. 125795

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by: al mck04/22/2013

haven't had it or road yet stay tuned. like the fact at least the drum was from usa great price! 77286

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by: dave s.02/09/2014

Parts fit exactly and work great. Delivery was exceptional. Very good experience with etrailer. 116114

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by: Bryon F.10/23/2013

The break drum I ordered is a perfect match and fit for the wheel we had problems with. 104858

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by: Jim H12/14/2012

Worked perfectly, no issues. It was a bonus to have the wheel nuts included in the kit. 61453

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by: Caleb01/14/2015

couldn't be more helpful, and the prices are very good......... what more can be said? 168934

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by: Colin Smith10/20/2012

comes with everything you will need, bearings are perfect and everything fits perfects 57715

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by: Jim E.01/08/2015

Just what I wanted at a great price and shipped on time and in good shape. 168204

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by: Greg06/10/2014

Product was easy to install and is performing very well as expected. 134920

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by: Chris D09/28/2013

Made in USA. High Quality fast shipping. Have not installed yet. 101887

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by: Arron12/11/2014

Great customer service, great product, fast shipping. Thank U! 164336

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by: Phil J.10/08/2013

Great product at a great price. Super fast shipping. Thanks. 103068

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by: Gary. R.03/18/2015

Great products and great service, friendly sales staff 179564

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by: Tom B.12/26/2014

Fit, function, ease of insatallation were all excellent 166960

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by: Chris Hollyfield07/07/2014

Excellent product, great prices and fast delivery!!!!! 139704

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  • If your hub uses the # L68149 and # L44649 bearings included in the # BK2-100 kit, it is most likely very similar to the # 84546UC3 hub drum assembly we offer, which has a 5 on 4-1/2 bolt pattern and works with 3500 pound axles. The # 84546UC3 hub drum would accept 1/2 inch drive-in stud kit # RG03-040, which is 1-13/16 inches long. If you find that your current studs do not match the # RG03-040 kit, I recommend looking at the rest of the drive-in studs we offer, as they come...
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  • How to Add Trailer Brakes to a Home Made Trailer
  • If your trailer axle has spindles with mounting flanges, # R20384EZ, on them then the conversion to electric trailer brakes should be fairly easy. You will need electric brake assemblies, # 23-26, sized properly for the trailers gross weight loaded and ready to travel. You will also need trailer hub and drum assemblies, # 84546UC3, sized properly to match the trailer spindles, wheel bolt pattern and the brake assembly selected. If your spindles do not have mounting flanges you will need...
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  • Does the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 84546UC3 Come Fully Assembled
  • The Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly, part # 84546UC3, is a trailer hub and drum with the lug nuts, bearings, bearing races, grease cap and grease seal included. It is designed to fit 3,500-lb axles. After removing your old drum and cleaning the spindle you will need to install the hub and drum with the included parts to your spindle. The hub will have the bearing races installed but the inner bearing will need to be greased and installed in the hub and drum along with the grease...
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  • Will Dexter Hub and Drum Assembly 84546UC3 Fit a Dexter 2,500 Pound Axle
  • The bearings included with the Dexter 3,500 pound hub and drum assembly you are looking at are inner bearing L68149 and outer bearing L44649. The inner diameter of L68149 is 1.378 inches. The inside diameter of L44649 is 1.063 inches. These measurements are close to but not the same as 1-3/8 inches or 1-1/16 inches. To measure bearings properly you will need a more precise tool for measuring like a dial caliper. Part # 84546UC3 appears to be the right hub and bearing kit using your...
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  • Can 10 inch Brake Drums be Used with 13 inch Trailer Wheels
  • There are exceptions to some rules, generally speaking 13 inch trailer wheels will not work with 10 inch hub and drums. Your wheels might be manufactured differently than most and there isn't a clearance issue like on most. I would imagine the clearance between the hub and the rim is pretty tight. I am glad your setup is working well and we appreciate your feedback.
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  • Parts Needed and Which Axle to Install Electric Trailer Brakes on While Pulled by 2009 Nissan Titan
  • Electric brake systems are much easier to install than hydraulic and they require less maintenance and are more in-expensive to maintain. You will need a brake controller. The most popular brake controller we carry is the Tekonsha Prodigy. This is also my personal choice. You would use part # 90185 for a Prodigy brake controller, and then use # 3050-P for a wiring harness specific to your Titan. You will need to find out what axles are currently on the trailer in order to select...
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  • What Size Wheel Center Pilot Hole Will Fit the Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 84546UC3
  • I went out to the warehouse to measure the outside diameter of the center of the hub # 84546UC3. I used a set of digital dial calipers to take the measurement and came up with 2.6 inches in diameter at the widest point. The pilot hole on your trailer wheel would need to be 2,6 inches (or larger if the wheel is centered on the hub using lug nuts).
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  • Axle and Brake Compatibilty for a UTV Trailer
  • Dexter is one of the largest suppliers of OEM trailer axles, suspensions, and hubs. Their parts, including brakes, are available across the country. Since we do not carry the Rockwell American brand, I am unfamiliar with their products and can not speak for their availability. When it comes to adding brakes to a Dexter axle, you would just need the left and right brake assemblies and the hub/drum assemblies. For the brakes, I recommend the Nev-R-Adjust Electric Brake Assembly, left...
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  • Adding Electric Brakes To Utility Trailer With 3,500 LB Axle Towed With 2006 Volkswagen Jetta
  • I have attached a helpful article you can check out that shows all of the components needed to add electric brakes. You will need several items to add electric brakes to your Carry-On Utility trailer. Starting with the trailer you will need a hub and drum that matches the bearings and seal on your trailer spindle and your wheel bolt pattern. The only way to be sure is to check the bearing part numbers and seal part number, but with a 3,500 lbs Dexter axle that has brake mounting flanges...
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