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

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

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For tandem-axle trailers with either disc brakes or drum-brake torsion axles. Includes 16' steel line, (2) 17" steel lines, (2) 5-1/2' steel lines, 1' steel line, 2-1/2' steel line, (4) 18-7/8" flexible hoses, and hardware. Call 800-298-8924 to order Demco accessories and parts part number DM5425 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Demco products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Demco Hydraulic Brake Line Kit for Tandem Torsion-Axle Trailers - Drum or Disc Brakes. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Demco Accessories and Parts - DM5425

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

For tandem-axle trailers with either disc brakes or drum-brake torsion axles. Includes 16' steel line, (2) 17" steel lines, (2) 5-1/2' steel lines, 1' steel line, 2-1/2' steel line, (4) 18-7/8" flexible hoses, and hardware.


Features:

  • Provides lines and fittings needed to run brake fluid from surge brake actuator to trailer brakes
  • Designed for use on tandem, torsion-axle trailers with drum brakes or tandem-axle trailers with disc brakes
  • Includes:
    • (1) 193" Long steel brake line
    • (2) 17" Long steel brake lines
    • (2) 66" Long steel brake lines
    • (4) Hose brackets
    • (4) Brake line retainer clips
    • (3) 3/16" Brake tees
    • (8) Brake line control clips
    • (4) 18-7/8" Long flexible hoses
    • (4) 5/8" Machine bushings
    • (1) 12" Long steel brake line
    • (1) 30" Long steel brake line
    • (8) #10-16 UNC x 1/2" self-drilling hex washer-head screws


Hydraulic Brake Line Installation for Tandem Axle Trailers

1. 193" Long steel line runs from the hydraulic actuator back to the trailer axles.

2. Additional steel lines (17" long and 66" long) run from the center lines out toward the trailer brakes on each axle.

3. 12" Long steel line connects the line from the actuator to the 17" and 66" long lines that run along the first trailer axle.

4. 30" Long steel line connects the line from the actuator to the 17" and 66" long lines that run along the rear trailer axle.

5. Brake line tees connect the steel lines to one another.

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

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

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

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



5425 Demco Trailer Brake Line Kit - Tandem Torsion Axle - Drum Brakes and Disc Brakes





Video of Demco Hydraulic Brake Line Kit for Tandem Torsion-Axle Trailers - Drum or Disc Brakes

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Demco Hydraulic Brake Line Kit Installation

Today on our boat trailer, we'll be installing the Den-co hydraulic brake line kit for tandem axles, part number Dm5425. To begin our install, we'll first need to remove the older manufacturer's lines. Now before we install the new line, we'll go ahead and drill a hole here in the frame so that we can run our line directly out of the frame and into the back of the coupler at the massive cylinder, instead of going out the frame and around the coupler. Now, with the hole drilled out, we'll go ahead and install the hose, take the long steel lines provided with our install kit, we'll straighten it out, run into the frame. Now we've got the hose pulled up into position. It'll go into the back of the master cylinder here at the coupler. As we thread into the master cylinder, we'll also twist the line with an extra set of hands as it goes into the frame so that we don't twist or pinch the hose or line as we're tightening it down. Quick tech tip: We'll make sure that the hose is centered of the hole so it doesn't wear against the outer edge and create a hole in our hose. I'll go ahead and move back to the frame of our trailer, start routing and securing the steel line, following the manufacturer's route along the driver's side frame rail. Keep in mind when bending your lines, that you don't want to make any sharp corners.

Make slow, easy bends so that we don't kink the line. We'll use the new hold down and self-tabbing screws to secure the line to the frame. Now, because of the excess length of this trailer, were going to need to modify our install kit. We'll take the thirty-inch piece of steel line and add it to the main line coming back from the coupler, using the tightened hydraulic brake unit, part number T1287900 to connect the two steel lines together. This will allow us to come back in between the two rear axles. From there, we'll add the T block, provided with the install kit, out of the block to the front axle. We'll use one of the hydraulic brake hoses, provided with the install kit.

Go into a T block on the axle and steel lines out of the block to both wheel cylinders. Our second output going to the rear axle, we're going to use the Kodiak hydraulic brake hose, part number BH-3MFS-3-5, to take the length from the first T block on the frame back to the second axle we'll install another T block to go off the both wheel cylinders. We're going to use a wing clamp to secure the line to the frame. We'll be using the field line coming out of the block to both wheel cylinders. We'll use the new hold down, self-tapping screw and secure the field lines coming out of the block to both wheel cylinders. Now to bleed out your brake system, it's recommended that you build the master cylinder, open up the bleeder and allow it to gravity bleed first and the fluid will dribble out. When you're ready to apply some pressure, you get an extra set of hands to actuate the brake mechanism and it will push fluid out. We'll do that ten to twelve times, making sure we get straight fluid each time, to make sure we get all the air out of the system. Quick tech tip: Make sure you keep the master cylinder full as you're bleeding the brakes. Now that we have the system completely bled out and the master cylinder cap back on, this will complete the install of our Den-co hydraulic brake line kit for tandem axle, part number DM5425. .


Customer Reviews

Demco Hydraulic Brake Line Kit for Tandem Torsion-Axle Trailers - Drum or Disc Brakes - DM5425

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (15 Customer Reviews)

For tandem-axle trailers with either disc brakes or drum-brake torsion axles. Includes 16' steel line, (2) 17" steel lines, (2) 5-1/2' steel lines, 1' steel line, 2-1/2' steel line, (4) 18-7/8" flexible hoses, and hardware.

- DM5425
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Kit had everything I needed to replumb the brake lines for my trailer. 732349



- DM5425
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Worked perfect. 728453



- DM5425
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I upgraded the 32" 12,000 lbs rated trailer to Electric/Hydraulic as the electric brakes really were not doing very much to help slow the trailer down. The overall upgrade included new 7,000# axles as well as a hydraulic converter next to the winch in the front of the trailer. This kit was perfect as it came with all the hardware needed to do the get the brake line almost to the front of the trailer. i did have to extend it a hair but that made only for one quick trip to the autoparts store versus many more if I had to do it from scratch and it was only because I wanted the pump in a specific location 711786



- DM5425
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Everything ordered is in great shape and fits my trailer. Prices are better than anywhere else I've researched and i will definitely pass along to anyone i know needing trailer parts. 469755



- DM5425
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No issues it works great for our appl ication 455125



- DM5425
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Excellent quality! Great price! 446288



- DM5425
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ORDERED ITEM - CAME IN ON TIME - NO COM PLAINTS 403724



- DM5425
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No issues good product 397866



- DM5425
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Hard to believe its been a year already. The new hydraulic brake system works great. Took us across the mountains in N. Carolina all the way to Myrtle Beach and back with two horses in the trailer. Planning on going again this year. Love it and would deal with you all again. 357765



- DM5425
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No issues - good product. 329507



- DM5425
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I put disc brakes on my 38 foot 5th wheel travel trailer due to the poor brake quality of the manufacturer. I now drive on the highway with much greater confidence for our safety. The stopping power of these brakes is incredible. The quality of the brakes are superior. I installed them myself finding the instructions accurate and easy to follow. There was a small part missing out of the brake line kit and the part was overnited to me by E Trailer. I have purchased many items from this company and have found the products to be of top quality and fairly priced. The customer service is outstanding. Thank you. 306848



- DM5425
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Great kit everything needed to install 4 wheel disk brake kit from the actuator to the calipers 288148



- DM5425
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All the parts you need to connect a two axle system. 247842



- DM5425
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It's a good kit, but as it's universal I had to do some customizing to some of the lines. With the amount of cutting and flaring of brake lines, I would have been better off going with scratch built brake lines. 233310



- DM5425
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Assembled easily. Made hooking up the plunging to my Kodiak calipers a breeze. 212611


Comments
Breaks working great. Wish I had done it sooner. Feel much safer. Dont waste your time with the upgraded bolts. Continue to loosen. I changed mine to grade 5 fine thread with nyloc nuts.
Robert G - 07/19/2016

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