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Demco Hydraulic Brake Line Kit for Single Torsion Axle Trailers - Drum or Disc Brakes

Demco Hydraulic Brake Line Kit for Single Torsion Axle Trailers - Drum or Disc Brakes

Item # DM5424
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Designed for single-axle trailers with either disc brakes or a drum-brake torsion axle, this hydraulic line kit includes a 16' steel line, a 17" steel line, a 5-1/2' steel line, (2) 18-7/8" flexible hose, and hardware. 1-800-940-8924 to order Demco accessories and parts part number DM5424 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Demco products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Demco Hydraulic Brake Line Kit for Single Torsion Axle Trailers - Drum or Disc Brakes. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Demco Accessories and Parts - DM5424

  • Brake Actuator
  • Trailer Brakes
  • Disc Brakes
  • Hydraulic Drum Brakes
  • Brake Lines
  • Brake Line Kits
  • Demco
  • 15 Feet Long
  • Single Axle
  • Steel Line and Flexible Hose

Designed for single-axle trailers with either disc brakes or a drum-brake torsion axle, this hydraulic line kit includes a 16' steel line, a 17" steel line, a 5-1/2' steel line, (2) 18-7/8" flexible hose, and hardware.


Features:

  • Provides lines and fittings needed to run brake fluid from surge brake actuator to trailer brakes
  • Designed for use on single, torsion-axle trailers with drum brakes or single-axle trailers with disc brakes
  • Includes:
    • (1) 193" Long steel brake line
    • (1) 17" Long steel brake line
    • (1) 66" Long steel brake line
    • (2) Hose brackets
    • (2) Brake line retainer clips
    • (1) 3/16" Brake tee
    • (4) Brake line control clips
    • (2) 18-7/8" Long flexible hoses
    • (2) 5/8" Machine bushings
    • (4) #10-16 UNC x 1/2" self-drilling hex washer-head screws
  • Made in the USA


Hydraulic Brake Line Installation for Single Axle Trailers

1. 193" Long steel line runs from the hydraulic actuator to the trailer axle that has brakes.

2. Additional steel lines (17" long and 66" long) run from the 193" line out toward the trailer brakes.

3. Brake line tee connects the steel line from the actuator to the steel lines that run to the brakes.

4. Brake line clips and screws let you affix the steel lines to your trailer.

5. 18-7/8" Long flexible hoses connect the 17" and 66" long steel lines to each trailer brake assembly.

6. 5/8" Machine bushings are used in the connections between the flexible hoses and the steel lines.

7. Hose brackets let you attach the flexible hoses to your trailer.



5424 Demco Trailer Brake Line Kit - Single Torsion Axle - Drum Brakes and Disc Brakes




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Customer Reviews

Demco Hydraulic Brake Line Kit for Single Torsion Axle Trailers - Drum or Disc Brakes - DM5424

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (16 Customer Reviews)

Designed for single-axle trailers with either disc brakes or a drum-brake torsion axle, this hydraulic line kit includes a 16' steel line, a 17" steel line, a 5-1/2' steel line, (2) 18-7/8" flexible hose, and hardware.

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Although I just received the parts today I was very impressed with the packaging details (who did what) and also the map details of the tracking progress. I was a bit confused why the pkg went from Missouri to indianapolis and then all the way to Washington state and then back to NW Indiana to be handed off to the USPS. A bit strange!

I've not been able to install the brake lines yet, however i'm sure there won't be any problems. Thanks for great parts to fix my brake line issues!

Gordon

7/30/2023

This brake line kit I ordered has worked out very well and has made the braking of my trailer 100 easier. Additionally I ordered and replace the surge coupler and fluid reservoir which was worn and rusted due to previous owner salt water use. The reason to replace the brake lines was also due to salt water damage and had led to the loss of brake fluid and the clunking of the surge system. The whole kit was easy to install but it did require some time and planning because I had to route the lines external to the trailer frame vs the internal lines that were from the factory. I had to replace the Zerc fittings. All in all it is worth the time!



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Everything came as stated... All the parts was very good quality. Came with everything.



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Great product. I redid my older 20' snowmobile trailer and this kit work as advertised.

Mark

12/19/2019

Still looks good and works great.



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Did the job. Needed a couple of other things to complete the hydraulic system but overall it worked great.



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everything worked great to install new brake lines on my trailer



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Kit arrived on time and in good conditi on!



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Provided the plumbing needed. The kit could use a few more of the metal tubing "holders" that screw the trailer, at least for my project I need about 6 more to hold the tubing securely.



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OK but needed to make a field modification to make the brakes more serviceable in the future.



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Very professional all the way and shipped right away and delivered on time. Excellent



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seems like a good product. Haven"t finished installing yet. Very helpful in purchase.



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Does the job



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Excellent. Great fit.



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