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Brake Mounting Flange for 1-3/4" Round Trailer Axles - 2K

Brake Mounting Flange for 1-3/4" Round Trailer Axles - 2K

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Redline Accessories and Parts - 4-34

  • Trailer Brakes
  • Disc Brakes
  • Electric Drum Brakes
  • Hydraulic Drum Brakes
  • Redline
  • Hardware
  • Mounting Flange
  • 7 Inch
  • 1-3/4 Inch Diameter Axle


Brake Mounting Flange

  • Works with 7" brake assemblies (2,000 lbs. axles)
  • Center Hole I.D.: 1.64"
  • Hole Spacing: 2-7/8" center to center
  • 4-Bolt
  • Use with 1-3/4" round axles, that use 1.25 and 1.38 round 2,000 pound spindles
  • Brake mount flange gets welded to the end of the axle to provide a secure mounting place for brake assemblies




Video of Brake Mounting Flange for 1-3/4" Round Trailer Axles - 2K

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




Video Transcript for Redline Trailer Brakes 4-34 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at a brake mounting flange for a 1 3/4 inch round trailer axle. This brake mounting flange gets welded to the end of the axle to provide a secure mounting place for a brake assembly. It does work with seven inch brake assemblies. Again it's designed for 1 3/4 inch round axles, or 2,000 pound axle, or typical 2,000 pound axle. The center hole is going to give us a diameter of 1.64 inches. The hole spacing, the distance that we have center on center between each of those holes is going to be the same at 2 7/8 of an inch, center on center.

Overall measurement is a square design. It's going to measure 3 3/4 of an inch by 3 3/4. As you can see, it's a four molt hole design. That's going to do it for today's look at the brake mounting flange for a 1 3/4 inch round trailer axles.


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Brake Mounting Flange for 1-3/4" Round Trailer Axles - 2K - 4-34

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (14 Customer Reviews)


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Flanges are listed as 1.75 inches but measure 1.6 inches. A few minute with Dremel fixed it. 569676



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works as it should 772232



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Exactly what I needed to add electric brakes on my Tow Dolly. 744718



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Good product 739594



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Was plesaed with the quality and price. 736947



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I had to replace the old hydraulic disc brakes on my Tryton 20' snowmobile trailer and need to add new mounting plates for the new electric drum brakes. These worked great. Cut the old mounts off the spindle and welded these on. A whole lot easier than making from scratch!!! 703692


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Works great
DENNIS W - 09/16/2020

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Works fine 493005



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Good fit no problem mounting to axle! Works very well! 451907



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Electric Brake kit for trailer this time. The parts are very acceptable and the service is supreme. Couldn't get any better service anywhere. I've bought a lot of items from etrailer for a couple years now. I have had great experiences with each and every order. 384496



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I received my parts and are in great condition. Customer service and support were excellent. 366513



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Look just like it is pictured 218583



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4-34 four bolt mounting plate is an excellent replacement for my 1997 Coleman Fleetwood Bayports popup campers that I am close to finishing a restoration process on. They fit perfectly! Very happy to purchase an excellent product from the fastest shipper I have ever come across. I am blown away by the professionalism with this company! Thanks 142954



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Excellent Product 122645



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Very helpful and part fit great and order was shipped when said. Will order more parts from you again. Thank You 81973


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    That is the correct hole size for brake mounting flange # 4-34. That would leave space for an approximate 1/8 inch weld all around the spindle. Because welding on brake flanges is a precision job it is recommended to have a professional welder with experience welding on flanges to perform the installation. A special jig needs to be used to ensure the flanges are perfectly straight/concentric or it could lead to tire wear and other issues that will negatively impact the performance of the...
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    Thank you for providing the bearing numbers and other part numbers from the repair parts manual for your 1999 Coleman Grand Touring Series Santa Fe 3389 Pop-Up camper. Based on the bearings and bolt pattern for your existing idler hubs, we can determine the correct parts to add electric brakes to your trailer. The components needed to add electric brakes to a trailer are an electric brake compatible hub and drum, brake assemblies, a brake mounting flange, trailer wiring, a breakaway...
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