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Hayes 10" Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - Left Hand - 3,500 lbs

Hayes 10" Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - Left Hand - 3,500 lbs

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10" x 2-1/4" Driver's-side electric trailer brake assembly fits 3,500-lb axles. Mounting flange has 4-bolt pattern. Call 800-298-8924 to order Redline accessories and parts part number 60202803 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Redline products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Hayes 10" Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - Left Hand - 3,500 lbs. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Redline Accessories and Parts - 60202803

  • Trailer Brakes
  • Electric Drum Brakes
  • Redline
  • Brake Assembly
  • 10 x 2-1/4 Inch Drum
  • LH
  • Manual Adjust
  • 3500 lbs

10" x 2-1/4" Driver's-side electric trailer brake assembly fits 3,500-lb axles. Mounting flange has 4-bolt pattern.


Features:

  • Configuration: left hand (driver's side)
  • Dimensions: 10" diameter x 2-1/4" thick
  • Axle rating: up to 3,500 lbs
  • Mounts with 4 bolts (included)
    • Bolt holes are 2-7/8" apart, center to center
  • Uses 10" Hub/Drums


K23-542-00 10" Electric Brake Assembly LH, Hayes

Replaces K363383.2





Video of Hayes 10" Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - Left Hand - 3,500 lbs

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




Video Transcript for Hayes Electric Trailer Brake Assembly Installation

Today on our utility trailer we are going to be installing the Hayes 10 Inch Electric Brake Assembly for the right hand side, part number 60202703. If you want to also install the 10 inch Hayes Left Hand Side Electric Brake Assembly that will be part number 60202803. We are also going to be installing the Titan 5 on 4-1/2 Inch Complete Hub and Drum Assembly for Electric or Hydraulic Brakes in the 10 Inch size, part number T1544600042. A couple other items that we are also going to be using to install our brake assemblies is some 12-2-1 wire. This is a duplex wire and we are going to use approximately 15 feet on this particular trailer. We are also going to be using a couple quarter inch loom clamps, part number A0250 as well as some yellow heat shrink butt connectors, part number DW05745-5. The final item that we will be using is the LMX Ultra Lube Bio-based Red Grease, part number L10321. We are going to begin by removing the wheels that are on the trailer already. Next we are going to need to remove the original hub assembly here. We will be taking the grease cap off so that we can gain access to the hardware that holds the hub in place.

Now we will go ahead and remove the castle nut. We will also remove the washer by gently pulling outward it will help loosen the outer bearing up where you can slide it off the spindle. Once the outer bearing has been removed we can go ahead and slide the rest of the hub off. Now a few items you will need to reuse when installing the trailer brakes and the hub assembly. We will be reusing the castle nut, the flat washer. The cotter pin can be reused if it is in good shape. If not you will want to replace it.

Next we are going to go ahead and clean our spindle off of the grease that was already on it. This way it gives us a chance to check it and make sure that it is still in good shape. Next it is a good idea before you being reinstalling the new parts onto your hub, since this is an easy lube axle we are going to go ahead and pump some clean grease through the spindle. You want to keep pumping grease in through the zerk fitting here until you see clean grease coming out the hole. Now here is what our brake assembly looks like. We are over on the passenger side, our right hand side so when installed you want to make sure that the magnet is on the bottom and that when pushed it goes towards the rear. You will also notice on the back there is an R for right hand side.

We will go ahead and take our two wires making sure that they stay out of the way. Go ahead and slide the brake assembly over the flange here. Now the brake assembly can come one of two ways. Either with a nylon locking nut or it can be just the hex nut. And we have added some lock washers, part number 5-8. We will go ahead and install our hex nut and lock washers in each of the four locations.

Next we will go ahead and tighten down the hardware. Now that we have got our hardware tightened down we will go ahead and torque it to the manufacturers specification. Next we are going to need to move over to our drum and hub assembly. It comes with new bearings, the inner bearing and here is the outer bearing as well as the grease seal. Now we are going to need to pack both of these bearings. We are going to need to pack the rear bearing first and then we will need to install it in the back side of the drum and then put the seal in place. Now even though this is an easy lube style axle we are going to go ahead and pack the bearings as though it was not. That way we know that the grease is all throughout the bearings properly. Now we are going to go ahead and take some grease in the palm of our hands, go ahead then and take our inner bearing and you want to work the bearing into the grease so that it pushes the grease up through the bearing itself. You want to see the grease coming up through the center section of the bearing. You will do this all the way around the bearing making sure that you get it fully packed full of grease. Now that we have got the bearing packed full of grease we will go ahead and set that one aside for a moment where we will go ahead and pack the outer bearing. Next we are going to go ahead and put a little grease here on the inner race or the back race of our drum. Then go ahead and take the larger bearing, we will set it into place. Now we are ready to install our grease seal here. Now there is a couple ways to install this. They actually make a tool that you can rent from the local auto parts store if you do not have one or just simply a block of wood and a rubber mallet works just fine too. Now that we have got the seal even with the back side of the drum now we are ready to install it onto our spindle. Now before we slide our drum into place here on the spindle we will go ahead and add just a little bit of grease. Next we will go ahead and take our drum, line it up, slide it into place. We will then go ahead and take a little grease and put it here on the front race of the outer bearing race. We will then take our outer bearing, go ahead and slide our bearing in place. We will then put our flat washer followed by our castle nut then go ahead and tighten down our castle nut until we feel some drag. Then we will go ahead and back it off one notch or one area that lines up with the cotter pin hole in the spindle. Now we are going to go ahead and reinstall a new cotter pin. The new cotter pin number is 165649. Next we will go ahead, put our cotter pin in place. Go ahead and take the end of our cotter pin and bend it up. Now I will go ahead and take our grease gun, go ahead and put it on the zerk fitting then go ahead and pump some grease into it, spin the wheel a little bit. We will continue to pump grease into it until we see it start to come out like that. What this is doing is filling the inner sections of the hub assembly so that we have grease from the rear bearing all the way out to the front. We will then go ahead and we will reinstall our dust cap. Since this is an easy lube style axle you will have a dust cap with a rubber plug in it. We are going to go ahead and install some new dust caps with rubber plugs on this particular trailer, which is part number 290-991. Now that we have our dust cap back in place then go ahead and put the rubber plug in. Now the new grease caps for the easy lube axle that we are using today is part number RG04-040. Now we will take our black rubber plug here, you will slide it into the edge here just work it around so that it goes into the groove. Now we will go head and repeat the same process over on the drivers side. Now here is what our left hand brake looks like. You want to make sure that the magnet is toward the bottom and that the curve part of the arm here with the magnet connected to it is on the front half of the brake assembly. Other than that there is no real difference between the left side and the right side so we will go ahead and install the drivers side or the left side exactly the same way that we did on the passenger side. Next we are going to need to run our brake electrical wire. We are going to be using some duplex wire which is 12-2-1 is the part number and on this particular trailer we are going to use about 15 feet. This particular trailer also already has a junction box installed on it so we will need to remove the cover and connect our two lines into the junction box. The white wire on the duplex wire will be the ground wire and the black wire will be the brake signal wire. We will go ahead and take our wire and feed it through. We will need to loosen up the wire support here inside the box to allow us to slip our other wires through. Go ahead and peel back the covering on the duplex wire then go ahead and reinstall the support here for the electrical wires, keep them secure in the box. This helps keep the wires from pulling back out of the box. Now we will be taking the black wire connecting it with the blue wire in this case which in this junction box is the brake signal. We will go ahead and strip back the black wire, add a butt connector and crimp it down. We will go ahead and repeat this process for the white wire. Go ahead and add our two wires into the junction box. Like I said the black cable will go to the blue wire which is the brake signal. Remove the nut and add in our connector, return the star washer and nut and tighten it down. Then we will put the white cable to the ground post. Next we can go ahead and put our cover back on our junction box. Next we are going to go ahead and route our wire. We will go ahead and use a few zip-ties along the way to help secure our wire. Now we are going to go ahead and trim our duplex wire, cut it in half so we can tie in our wires from the back of our brake. Go ahead and strip back a little bit of the covering on the duplex. We can go ahead and strip some wire back and go ahead and strip a little more back here on the back of the brake wires. Now on the brakes because they are magnets it does not matter which wire goes to the black and which wire goes to the white which is the ground. The black wire in this case is the power or the wire that gives power back to the brakes so it does not matter which one you use. We will twist our black wire with either of the green brake assembly wires. We will then add a butt connector to this new connection. We will crimp it down. Then we will twist our white wire with the other green wire. Go ahead and take some more of our duplex wire and strip a little more back. Our white and black. Go ahead and trim off the coating and strip some more wire back on this wire. We will then connect the white with the white and the black with the black. Next we will go ahead and take our heat gun and seal up each of these two connectors. Go ahead and add a little electrical tape to these connections. Go ahead and add a zip-tie as well to help secure the wire. Now we are ready to continue routing our duplex wire over to the passenger side. Next we are going to go ahead across this cross member of the trailer. We are going to use a couple quarter inch loom clamps, part number A0250 and a nut and a bolt to help secure it to the trailer frame. Go ahead and add another one of the loom clamps over here on this side of the trailer. Then route it to the back of the brake assembly. Then go ahead and cut our duplex wire to length. We will need to go ahead and peel back some of the gray covering and then strip back both ends. Go ahead and add a couple more of our yellow butt connectors to the wire here, crimp them down. Now again over here on the passenger side or the right hand side it does not matter which of the two green wires you connect to the black and which one you connect to the white. With these wires connected we will heat shrink them. Like the other side we will tape it up and secure the wire with a zip-tie. Now we are ready to install each of the wheels. Now that we have got our wheels back on we will go ahead and take out the adjustor plug. It is this little rubber plug right here on the back side, just a flat head screw driver. If you will look in there you will see a little like wheel that has notches, that is how you will adjust the brakes and you will just use a brake tool to do that. We can just turn it with the wheel on slightly spinning it. You want to have just the right amount of drag to the wheel. You may need to loosen it or tighten it depending on how the wheel is spinning. It is also a good idea with the trailer still up in the air or the wheel still up in the air to check to make sure that the brake is working properly. We will also go ahead and turn the brakes on. As you will notice we cannot spin with the electric brakes on. We have a slight amount of resistance or drag that we can hear in there so this side is adjusted good. We will go ahead and repeat the same process over on the other side. And that will do it for our installation of the Hayes 10 inch Electric Brake Assembly for the Right Hand, part number 60202703. And in this application we also installed the left hand side brake assembly which is part number 60202803 which completes the brake overhaul on our utility trailer.


Customer Reviews

Hayes 10" Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - Left Hand - 3,500 lbs - 60202803

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

10" x 2-1/4" Driver's-side electric trailer brake assembly fits 3,500-lb axles. Mounting flange has 4-bolt pattern.

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All parts received in great shape as expected. Install new hub assembly and adjusted. Has been running for about one year with no issues. 461039



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Exact replacement for the brakes on the AL-KO torsion axle under my 2005 Flagstaff (Forest River) pop-up. Super easy to replace and be back on the road in no time. 226490



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Perfect fit ... exact parts to rebuild my 10" trailer (camper) brake system. Take a look at my pictures... "Before" and "After". The before picture is the product of a trailer separating from a tow vehicle at 70 mph and the safety brake pin pulling and engaging the brakes. That was good and saved the trailer. The problem turned out to be the pin did not get put back into the safety brake block and the trailer was pulled for 60 miles with the brakes engaged. Note the molten brakes parts that settled in the bottom of the "Before" picture. With the expert help from Tommy at etrailer I ordered the right parts and he gave me a tip or two to replace it all myself as you can see in the "After" picture. Tommy from etrailer was a real help and saved me from ordering the wrong parts. 221797



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Everything worked fine for the time I had the trailer before I traded it in. 498480



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No problems, thus far!!! It was an easy install with help of etrailer's videos. 470202


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