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Dexter Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - 12" - Left Hand - 6,000 lbs

Dexter Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - 12" - Left Hand - 6,000 lbs

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12" x 2" Driver's-side electric trailer brake assembly fits 6,000-lb axles. Mounting flange has a 5-bolt pattern. Fits 14-1/2" to 16" wheels. Call 800-298-1624 to order Dexter Axle accessories and parts part number 23-105 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Dexter Axle products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Dexter Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - 12" - Left Hand - 6,000 lbs. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Dexter Axle Accessories and Parts - 23-105

  • Trailer Brakes
  • Electric Drum Brakes
  • Brake Assembly
  • Dexter Axle
  • 12 x 2 Inch Drum
  • LH
  • Manual Adjust
  • 6000 lbs

12" x 2" Driver's-side electric trailer brake assembly fits 6,000-lb axles. Mounting flange has a 5-bolt pattern. Fits 14-1/2" to 16" wheels.


Features:

  • Electric brakes are easier to install and offer more user control than hydraulic brakes
    • Requires only an electric brake controller (sold separately) - no actuator or hydraulic lines necessary
  • Adjuster plugs (included) cover access holes to keep dirt and grime out of the assemblies and off of the shoes
  • Mounting bolts sold separately
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: most standard hub-and-drum assemblies, including Dexter, Lippert (LCI), and AL-KO
  • Configuration: left hand (driver's side)
  • Dimensions: 12" diameter x 2" wide
  • Mounting flange bolt pattern: 5 bolt
  • Wheel size: 14-1/2", 15" or 16"
  • Axle rating: 6,000 lbs
  • Limited 5-year warranty


Exploded Electric Brake Assembly



K23-105-00 Dexter Electric Brake Assembly, LH - 6,000 lbs

Replaces 23-105






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Dexter Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - 12" - Left Hand - 6,000 lbs - 23-105

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (124 Customer Reviews)

12" x 2" Driver's-side electric trailer brake assembly fits 6,000-lb axles. Mounting flange has a 5-bolt pattern. Fits 14-1/2" to 16" wheels.

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I bought a used toy boxa and quickly found out that the breaks were mowed down. I had trip planned to Yellowstone so, I needed these fast. They showed up on time and were the right part. I put them on drive from SoCal to Yellowstone which is 1500 miles. I re-adjust the break one morning in Yellowstone and haven’t looked back. Thank you Etrailer.com!!!! Here is a picture of my trailer in Idaho. We camped here one night before we got to Yellowstone.



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I checked here locally on the cost of trailer brake shoes and magnets and found the price of etrailers' complete brakes and magnets assembled on a new backplate was by far less expensive. After removing the drum, this meant near zero labor, just five nuts to remove and replace the backplate then splice the wires. And another BIG plus, free shipping on an over thirty pound shipment. Wow so easy...And now I have all new brakes, magnets and all the other parts too, just seems to good to be true. I will continue to tell everyone about this labor saving and great priced product. Thank you etrailer.com.


Comments
Now a year later and 3,500 miles without any problem or issues. Looking back I am very pleased with my purchase and the excellent service provided by eTrailer. Thanks so much. Stay safe...
Edward S - 04/12/2020


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High quality OEM parts, expert guidance from eTrailer, competetive pricing!



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High quality OEM parts, expert guidance from eTrailer, competetive pricing!



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I replaced the electric brakes on my dump trailer, and bought the Dexter 6000 lb set, fully assembled and ready to bolt on. They fit perfectly and are of the quality that I expected for American made products. I am very happy with my purchase.



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Parts all fit properly and worked great. Good product.



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Less work than buying all the parts separately. Parts came in good physical condition. However, on 1 of the 4 assemblies, the adjuster and adjuster spring was loose in the packaging but was easily made whole.



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First shipment of two 23-105, and two 23-106 arrived with grease contamination soaked into the lining on two assemblies and impact damage to the lining on a third. etrailer shipped three replacements promptly. Sticker on carton said "quality checked by Alex G. Perhaps Alex should find another line of work. My major issue however is that after installing these I had to crank the power on my controller to maximum to achieve any helpful braking and can't even come close to wheel lockup which you need to adjust properly. I noticed that the new magnets were oval shaped unlike my old ones which were longer and flat on top and bottom (like the magnets pictured on the 7000lb assemblies). I assumed the style had simply changed since my magnets were made and I had no reason to look at 7000lb brakes as my axles are tagged 4400lb. All instructions on etrailer site state to select the brakes by the weight of your trailer which in my case is 9000lbs. Surely four 6000lb brake assemblies would be overkill..WRONG! My axles are 7000lb "de-rated" to 4400 but they obviously had 7000lb brakes. This caveat has caused me to install the wrong brake assemblies! If you are replacing your brakes and wish to duplicate your stopping power, do NOT listen the the "expert" answers on here. Compare the shape of the magnets. These small oval magnets are not as strong and braking will suffer. I still feel as though I should be able to achieve wheel lockup with these but not the case and since they have now been used, I can not return them.


Comments
Double check the adjuster down at the bottom of the brake assemblies. That adjuster should be used when the brakes are first installed. Use the adjuster to open the assemblies so that theyre putting a slight and even amount of drag on the wheel as you spin it by hand. If you have used the adjuster as outlined above and the brakes still will not engage properly, give us a call at 800-298-8924 and our Techs will help diagnose.
-- Etrailer Expert Patrick B - 10/14/2015


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Very good selection, prices, and phone support. Quick shipping. Thanks!



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EXCELLENT...... START TO FINISH. Fantastic service, great prices, quality products. Here's a before and after picture. It only took 30 minutes and basic tools to make the replacement. So much better than trying to clean up the old rusty one. Thanks again, Bill Borland in Michigan



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Easy to install, quality brake assembly



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Bolted right up and they continue to work great



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I am writing this very favorable review of my online shopping experience with etrailer. Recently I had to replace the brakes, hubs, wheels and tires on my travel trailer. Please keep in mind that I am a 65 year old man without a lot of experience with online shopping. Never-the-less, I decided to give it a try in hopes of saving some money. To my surprise, etrailer made the experience very easy and painless. Before I placed my order on line, I had a question about one of the items on my shopping list, so I placed a call to them. I spoke with a very lovely and patient Customer Service Representative by the name of Michelle S. She was very helpful in answering my questions and encouraged me to call her back directly when I was ready to place my order; and so I did. During the shipping process, she kept me informed through emails the status of my order and everything arrived on time and in great shape. I truly appreciate the personalized services I received doing business with etrailer. They truly removed all of the uncertainty and nervousness of shopping online.



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Should have read the description better figured I was buying knock off parts. Much to my surprise they were genuine Dexter parts. Fit and finish was perfect. Very straight forward easy install. Shipped fast, very satisfied. Thanks etrailer!



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I ordered electric brakes on box was opened before, but all parts was still there, nothing lost. Got parts fairly quick also. I've made purchases before from etrailer will continue in future.



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Didnt realize how bad the brakes were until they were replaced! Now, the trailer actually stops!!!


Comments
Perfect! The brakes work as they should. Perfect fit!!
Jeff M - 02/23/2020



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I was replacing the brakes on a 72 Airstream Argosy and needed a magnet but found out I could get whole new assemblies for $2.00 more! That's a deal! Just make sure if your backing plates have attached studs that you pick up the necessary grade 5 or 8 bolts, nuts and lock washers too.


Comments
Worked just fine. Sold the trailer
-- comment by: Terry N - 04/10/2014


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I had ordered some parts online to rebuild the suspension on one of our trailers. Customer service called me a short time later to inform me that they were out of stock on some items, they asked if it was possible to substitute some items. She was able to find the exact parts I needed in a different kit. The parts came within 3 days, very well packed, and they fit perfectly! This is the 3rd time I've ordered from etrailer and they have exceeded my expectations every time. EXCELLENT customer service and quality parts.



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i needed brakes for my trailor. I found this web site. it was easy to use. found all that I needed And it all was delivered on time. No drama.



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Brake assemblies were exactly as described. Installation was very straightforward and fairly simple. Total install time was two hours for 4 brake assemblies.



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Ordering parts was easy, professional help available,parts delivered on time very satisfied



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Perfect fit and easy to install.


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Great. Easy install. Fixed my problem.
David - 09/02/2020


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Thanks to Etrailer staff for helping me identify the right product needed for my trailer and also the speedy delivery getting me back on the road again.



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Parts arrived quickly and in good shape. Fit and worked perfectly. Easy job, made easier by using the assembled backing plates. Thanks etrailer!



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This was one project that went easy :> A direct fit and the trailer is back on the road THANKS


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