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Replacement Master Cylinder for Dexter Model 10 and 20 Actuators - Disc Brakes

Replacement Master Cylinder for Dexter Model 10 and 20 Actuators - Disc Brakes

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Replaces the master cylinder for your Dexter Model 10 or 20 disc brake actuator. Includes 1 master cylinder. 1-800-940-8924 to order Dexter accessories and parts part number T4747100 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Dexter products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Replacement Master Cylinder for Dexter Model 10 and 20 Actuators - Disc Brakes. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Dexter Accessories and Parts - T4747100

  • Brake Actuator
  • Disc Brakes
  • Master Cylinder
  • Dexter

Replaces the master cylinder for your Dexter Model 10 or 20 disc brake actuator. Includes 1 master cylinder.


Features:

  • Replaces the master cylinder for your Dexter Model 10 or 20 disc brake actuator
  • Includes 1 master cylinder


Specs:

  • Bore diameter: 1-1/4"
  • Distance between mounting holes (center to center): 3-1/2"


068-094-01 Master Cylinder for Dexter Axle Actuators - Disc Brakes

Replaces Titan K68-094-01 and 4747100





Video of Replacement Master Cylinder for Dexter Model 10 and 20 Actuators - Disc Brakes

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




Video Transcript for Review of Titan Brake Actuator - Replacement Master Cylinder for Disc Brakes - T4747100

Hello everybody. This is Jeff at etralier.com. Today we're gonna take a look at this master cylinder for the Titan Model 10 and Model 20 actuators with disk brakes. Now, this part is the replacement master cylinder. Works on the Titan Model 10 and Model 20 brake actuators with disk brakes. The bore on this master cylinder is 1 1/4-inch bore.

The distance between the mounting holes, you can see the mounting holes right here. Now, the mounting hardware is not included, but the distance between those mounting holes, center-to-center, is right at 3 1/2 inches. It does come with the push rod, the cap on top all installed. But that should do it for the review on the master cylinder for Titan Model 10 and Model 20 brake actuators with disk brakes..

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Replacement Master Cylinder for Dexter Model 10 and 20 Actuators - Disc Brakes - T4747100

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (48 Customer Reviews)

Replaces the master cylinder for your Dexter Model 10 or 20 disc brake actuator. Includes 1 master cylinder.

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The brake cylinder went in easily, and has operated properly for the year and hundreds of miles. Very happy with purchase.



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Fit as expected and is performing as expected also. It was a simple installation with the videos online.



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Good quality and I was able to install it without removing the actuator from the trailer tongue.



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The master cylinder is a cost effective way to restore safe braking. It was much cheaper than an entire actuator and was not that hard to replace.



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I used this master cylinder to modify a Titan actuator to work with disc brakes. The conversion was straight forward and the support provided by etrailer.com was fantastic. Thank you for your help!

Kevin

4/9/2014

We have experienced zero problems. We fish in the ocean. The corrosion from the salt water created constant issues with the factory installed drum brakes on our trailer. It seemed like every time we headed out to launch the boat at least one brake would be frozen up. Instead of fishing we had to take time to fix the trailer. We converted the drum brakes to discs which required the changing of the master cylinder in the actuator. Since we made the upgrade we have experienced zero problems. The parts we purchased from etrailer worked perfectly. Thanks again for your help



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perfect and fast



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product was received fast and as ordered. Etrailer.com is one stop shopping for everything you need for your trailer. I already placed another order.

Matt W.

4/21/2015

part still working like new



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Simple direct replacement for a surge brake coupler good quality part awesome customer service thanks



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Exact replacement part, installed quickly and easily. Trailer brakes work great.



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Part purchased to replace old master cylinder as part of an upgrade to disc brakes. Fit and performs well.



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Perfect OEM titan master cylinder



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Good product and fast shipping, very pleased with the fast service. I have friends that use etrailer and they are well pleased with the service



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Etrailer.com always have the parts I need and ship them to me quickly.



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Perfect replacement for my surge coupler



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Very helpful sales person. He was able answer all my questions. I havent installed the part yet but its identical to the old one. Thanks for your help.



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great replacement part same as OEM



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Great service! Quality parts!



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great service always fast shipping quality parts.



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Perfect replacement. Product was O.E.M. quality.




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Easy upgrade



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Always happy with etrailer. Part shipped fast and worked great!



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Part was as described and a perfect replacement part.



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Great service, parts right and right on time. Thanks!



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Was shipped quickly and worked very well.
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service and price!



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Got my parts arrived in good condition and they arrived before they were supposed to. The parts were easy to find on the website and were reasonably priced. Great service.


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