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Replacement Shock for Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators

Replacement Shock for Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators

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Titan Accessories and Parts - T1242600

  • Brake Actuator
  • Shocks
  • Titan


  • Fits Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators
  • Extended length: 8-1/16"
  • Collapsed length: 6"
  • Inner diameter of mounting rings: 0.63" and 0.90"
  • Outer diameter of body: 1.63"

1242600 Titan Damper



1242600 Replacement Shock for Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators





Video of Replacement Shock for Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators

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




Video Transcript for Titan Brake Actuator T1242600 Review

Today we're going to take a look at the Titan replacement shock for the Titan model 6 and model 10 brake actuators. This part will allow you to replace a worn out or damaged sock on the Titan model 6 or model 10 brake actuators. The collapsed length, this is in the collapsed position, which is measured center to center, on this shock is going to be right at 6 inches. When you pull this out all the way, the extended length would measure 8 1/16. Now the inner diameter of the rings right here on the smaller one is 0.63 inches, from the larger one is 0.9 inches. The diameter of the outer body is 1.63 inches.

That should do it for the review on the Titan replacement shock for the Titan model 6 and model 10 brake actuators.


Customer Reviews

Replacement Shock for Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators - T1242600

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (71 Customer Reviews)


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As described. 504506



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Replacement damper for my surge brakes. 486593



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Just replaced this on a Titan SurgeOMatic 6 hydraulic actuator on a 1997 EZLoader trailer rated at 7000 lbs 24-25 foot boat. The shock has same dimensions buts looks to be generic import. Orginal shock was a Gabriel. Cannot comment on the quality until I use it a while. 732552



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Fit right into place. Buy an adapter for it to get from the 1/4" pipe thread at the rear of the master cylinder to the flare fitting of your brake line! Mine is 3/16 flare . The adapter from the old master c was different. Used a crescent wrench on the breakaway lever to bleed. 453333



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Exactly what we ordered. Thank you for the fast reliable service. 874051



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Exact fit. Easy look up and ordering. Ships right away. Works great! 826349



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Product received at the correct time. Items were correct pleasure to do business with. 816063



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Perfect fit. Worked as promised. 800665



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Fit like a factory part no binding. No issues. 782717



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good price fast delivery 779417



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Right part and they had no problem with next day air. Thanks! 702827



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received within 4 days very easy to in stall 693602



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A very good part at a reasonable price. Great customer service and super prompt delivery. Thanks a bunch 682338



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Excellent service. Product was exactly as described. 669447



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Heidi is awesome! Had a problem with the order but she got to it and go the problem fixed Would recommend this company to everyone! 653744



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Drop in replacement, no modifications needed. Performs as well as original. 617396



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Bought a used hydraulic brake trailer that needed Overhauled. Found my replacement parts @ etrailer! Shock works Great, thnx for carrying a Quality Replacement Part!! 604752


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Shock has held up well now that it’s over a year old. Thnx etrailer.com !!
John - 02/17/2020

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everything was as I expected, 604485



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Very helpful staff, and fast shipping. Parts were an exact match 575027



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Good all the way around. Good communication, good tracking information, delivered on time. Product was as ordered. 564279



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Fast shipping Easy to install 561960



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Exactly as advertised fast ship good price highly recommend 555900



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Came in perfect condition and very happy 554811



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Parts were perfect. Thanks 546068



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My items arrived in a timely way. Great customer service. 545795


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  • Where Do the Rubber Bearings Go On the Titan/Dico Model 10 Surge Brake Actuator
    I have attached for you below an exploded parts breakdown of the Titan/Dico Model 10 Surge Brake Actuator. In regards to the Replacement Top/Bottom Bearing part # T1020900 and Replacement Side Bearing part # T1242700, these work to help stabilize the inner slide inside the outer case and would have been installed on all models. There should be a total of six for the top/bottom and eight for the sides. In regards to the Replacement Rear Roller part # T0829100, these sandwich the upper Replacement...
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  • How To Replace Shocks In Titan Model 10
    I believe that you have a Titan Model 10 actuator based off of the diagram that you are referring to which I have attached below. I contacted Dexter (they now own the Titan products) and the replacement shock part # T1242600 is not attached to the master cylinder part # T2374600 of the model 10 at all. They are attached to the side of the front sliding mechanism with bolts pictured in the diagram as number 31. The shocks (number 29) bolt to the ovals in the side of the sliding mechanism.
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  • Replacement for Gabriel Shock Model 610712
    To determine if the Replacement Shock for Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators, part # T1242600 will work to replace your Gabriel number 610712 (T2032) shock, you will need to verify a few quick measurements. Part # T1242600 will work as a replacement for a shock with the following dimensions: Extended length: 8-1/16" Collapsed length: 6" Inner diameter of mounting rings: 0.63" and 0.90" Outer diameter of body: 1.63" I've a dimensional diagram to illustrate.
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  • How Are Roller Bearing Installed When Replacing Shock For Titan 6 Or 10 Brake Actuators
    On the Replacement Shock for Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators, part # T1242600, the roller bearings are installed on each side of the shock eyelet or end. I have attached the parts list and a diagram with a red arrow that shows how the bearings are installed. As you can see in the diagram, they are placed on each side of the shock eyelet.
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  • Replacement Shock for Surge Coupler on Zieman Boat Trailer
    If your trailer surge coupler uses a lockout key to allow reversing then it is operating normally. Some Titan brand couplers use this type of key-operated manual lockout. Inserting the key is required for these couplers even on level ground. If not, then it is possible that the shock inside your surge actuator may be malfunctioning. The shock serves to return the surge coupler to its extended "brakes off" position unless there is plenty of force on it from your reversing the tow vehicle....
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  • Roller Placement on Shocks for a Titan Model 10 Brake Actuator
    Replacement Rear Roller Bearing # T1242600 will install on that top shock only, one on each side of the shock eye. The tapered ends of the rollers will face towards the shock eye on your model 10 actuator.
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  • How to Replace the Shock on a Titan Model 10 Surge Brake Actuator
    We have not yet replaced the Shock part # T1242600 on a Titan Model 10 Surge Brake Actuator so I do not have any specifics for you but I have attached a parts diagram which shows you how the unit is broken down. You can then use this to get a better idea of what all is needed to replace the shock. I spoke to the manufacturer and they do not have any sort of write-up for this process either so it appears that the only option would be to just begin disassembly and see what parts need to be...
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  • Replacement Actuator Shock part number # DS12426 Recommendation
    Yes, we do carry the replacement shock you need. You would want Demco Actuator Replacement Shock # DS12426.
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  • Titan Model 10 Replacement Parts
    I went through and added all of the parts you said you need. They are all available on our site. The parts and prices are available at the links below. The parts numbers that you need two of are mentioned as well. part # T1601900 part # T0828800 part # T0776800 part # T1055500 part # T0774500 part # T1209800 part # T0827100 quantity of 2 part # T0829100 part # T0830100 part # T1593500 quantity of 2 part # T0815200 part # T0793700 quantity of 2 part # T0798500 quantity of...
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  • How the Shock Absorber Works on a Surge Brake Actuator
    The Replacement Shock for Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators part # T1242600 only works one way. When the brakes are applied it eases the movement of the trailer forward onto the brake actuator. There is no return spring, the tow vehicle would then pull the actuator to reload the shock. For example, if the trailer was unhooked from the tow vehicle and you were able to depress the actuator, it would not extend back until manually pulled back out.
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  • Diagram for Replacing Titan Model 10 Actuator Shocks
    To replace the shock in your Titan model 10 actuator you are going to basically need to disassemble the actuator so that you have access to the shocks. Instead of describing to you how it comes apart I thought it would be more helpful if you had an exploded diagram of a model 10 actuator so that you can see how the # T124600 would install.
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  • Does Titan Replacement Shock for Model 60 Actuator Come with New Roller Bearings
    The roller bearings part # T0829100 do not come with the replacement shock part # T1242600 for your Model 60 Titan actuator. If yours are still good I wouldn't replace them, but for the price it's hard to pass up.
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  • Testing Shock On Titan Model 10 Actuator To Determine If Replacement Is Needed
    To test your shock, you can extend and retract it manually but it will take some force as there should be resistance. It should measure 6 inches from center to center when retracted and 8-1/16 inches when extended. If it is not working properly either because there isn't resistance or it is seized up, then I recommend replacing it with the Replacement Shock for Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators # T1242600.
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  • Should Shock Absorber # T1242600 in Titan Actuator Retract
    The shock in a surge coupler actuator like a Titan Model 6 should be extended (to its longest state) when it is at rest (when not under braking load). The shock will be compressed when you apply the brakes by the momentum of the trailer pushing forward on the coupler. The spring action of the shock is intended to return the coupler to its uncompressed state (extended to maximum length). The part you referenced, # T1242600, has just over 2-inches of travel between its compressed (retracted)...
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  • Model 6 Trailer Brake Actuator Compresses but Does Not Extend
    The shock should compress when force is applied but then extended out again when no force is on it. It sounds like you have identified a faulty component. There may also be some debris that is causing it to not extend back out but given that the unit was used it is probably in need of replacement. Chances are that other components are equally as worn so I would look closely at the master cylinder as well. If it is in need of replacement then use # T1777401 for drum brakes or # T1777405...
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  • Titan 10 Actuator Replacement Shock Procedure
    I attached the exploded parts diagram for the Titan Model 10 actuators. To access the shock you will need to remove the brake master cylinder so that you can access everything from the rear of the actuator. You will basically just need to access everything from the rear of the actuator and remove things from the rear of the actuator so that you can access things up front and then repeat the process as you move forward.
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  • Replacement Shock for Reliable Brand Actuator on a Mastercraft Boat Trailer
    One of our replacement shocks might work for your Reliable actuator but we do not carry that particular brand so you would have to go by the measurements. We have several models including # 1844-2. This particular model fits Toledo brand actuators. When fully closed it measures 6-1/4 inches from center of hole to center of hole and when expanded, it measures approximately 8-1/4 inches from center of hole to center of hole. Replacement Shock for Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators...
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  • Replacing Rubber Bearing T1020900 and Nylon Washer T1861900 on a Model 10 Actuator
    The rubber bearing # T1020900 and replacement nylon washer # T1861900 you referenced will go on the inner slide of the model 10 actuator. View number 3 and 48 on the diagram to the right. You can also view the instruction link attached page 9 when you are rebuilding your model 10. The replacement breakaway chain you will need is part # T0776800. I wouldn't recommend using just any type of chain other than original replacement parts. The reason is a medium duty chain may weigh substantially...
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  • Diagram to Use for Installling Titan Model 10 Actuator Shocks
    To replace the shock in your Titan model 10 actuator you are going to basically need to disassemble the actuator so that you have access to the shocks. Instead of describing to you how it comes apart I thought it would be more helpful if you had an exploded diagram of a model 10 actuator so that you can see how the # T1242600 would install.
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  • 1993 Trail-Rite Trailer Actuating Coupler Replacement Shock Absorber Needed
    For your 1993 Trail-Rite trailer, I'm not quite sure what you mean for shock absorber in the tongue. I'm making and assumption that you have a brake actuating coupler and need a replacement shock for it like # T1242600. Because I don't know what coupler you have, I am linking the page to all of your options. You may need to take some measurements or even contact the manufacturer to get the information needed if the name brand and model is not on the coupler itself.
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  • Solution to Allow Titan Surge Brake Actuator to Back Up without Locking Up Brakes
    Surge brakes will lock up when in reverse if the trailer does not have a reverse lock out or free-backing assemblies installed. To fix that you would want the reverse lock out solenoid part # T4748800. This blocks the actuator from building hydraulic pressure when in reverse so that you can back up. I attached an install video for this product for you to check out as well. The one assembly being hot could be a matter of that assembly just being out of adjustment. Use the star wheel on...
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  • How to Determine if the Titan Replacement Shock would fit Surge Brake Actuator
    The shock part # T1242600 could potentially work for you if the mounting ring dimensions match up to what you have. This shock has 0.63 and 0.90 inch diameter mounting rings.
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  • 2010 Reliable Trailer Shock Damper Replacement
    One of our replacement shocks might work for your Reliable actuator but we do not carry that particular brand so you would have to go by the measurements. Replacement Shock for Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators # T1242600 measures 6 inches retracted and 8-1/16 inches extended. I believe this would be your best option.
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  • What is the Retracted and Extended Length on Replacement Trailer Actuator Shock # T1242600
    I went out to the warehouse and pulled replacement shock # T1242600 to confirm the measurements and where they are taken. The measurements are from eye center to eye center. So when compressed you will have a center to center length of 6 inches and when extended it is 8-1/16 inches. I have included a picture showing the measurements for you.
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  • Trailer Actuator Shock Replacement Recommendation
    Based on the picture you submitted it looks like you need the part # T1242600 which here are the dimensions you'd need to compare to what you have: Extended length: 8-1/16" Collapsed length: 6" Inner diameter of mounting rings: 0.63" and 0.90" Outer diameter of body: 1.63"
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  • Solution for Banging During Starts and Stops with Titan Model 6 Actuator on Trailer
    It's a bit hard to tell based on the picture but it does look like you might have an older Titan Model 6 Brake Actuator like our 8K # T4079200. If this is the case then you can use the Replacement Shock # T1242600 to resolve the issues you're having. The banging that you described is absolutely a common symptom of a bad shock component, so this should be all that you need. I have attached a short video review below that you can check out as well.
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  • Replacement Shock for Hydraulic Trailer Brake Actuator
    I believe you are referencing a replacement shock for an actuator and from what you described it does sound like you are in need of a new one. The correct one will be a replacement for your actuator, and I'll list the replacements we carry so you can select the correct one: - Replacement Shock for Titan Model 6 and 10 Brake Actuators # T1242600 - Replacement Shock for Titan Model 20 Brake Actuator # T0778400 - Replacement Shock Absorber for Titan Model 60 Brake Actuators # T2336200 -...
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