Replacement Shock Absorber for Titan Model 60 Brake Actuators

Replacement Shock Absorber for Titan Model 60 Brake Actuators

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Titan Accessories and Parts - T2336200

Replaces shock absorber for Titan and Dico Model 60 brake actuators.


Features:

  • Replaces shock absorber for Titan Model 60 brake actuators
    • Also fits Dico Model 60 actuators
  • Extended length: 6-1/4"
  • Collapsed length: 4-15/16"


2336200 Replacement Shock Absorber for Titan and Dico Model 60 Brake Actuators








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Replacement Shock Absorber for Titan Model 60 Brake Actuators - T2336200

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (54 Customer Reviews)

Replaces shock absorber for Titan and Dico Model 60 brake actuators.

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easy install on hydraulic brake actuator for 6000 lb boat/trailer. trailer was slamming when stopping/starting 148885



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Just finished putting brakes, rims and new tires on my boat trailer. Etrailer had everything I needed to get the Job done. I received my tires and wheels only to discover I was sent 3-14" tires and 1-15". I quickly called and talked with Courtney and she was very apologetic and made sure the right tire and rim were sent out the same day. I received it 5 days later and was able to complete the job. I will definitely use etrailer again in the future, it was a pleasure dealing with them. Here is a picture of my project. 236375



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Ordered this shock absorber for the surge breaks on my car dolley. When I was towing my car on the dolley, the surge breaks would 'chuck' (swiftly engaging and disengaging causing the dolley and car to quickly stop / start as the breaks went on and off) The shock fit exactly and seems to have fixed the problem. That takes a lot of the worry about towing a car off my shoulders, and that is a good thing!! I ordered the part on a Tuesday and it arrived here in Florida, after crossing half the country, on Friday morning. Great job! 353617


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It has been a year since I wrote this review. A year and 5000 miles. The shock absorber continues to do its job as designed. Anyone with this chucking problem should take a look at this cure. Easy to do and worth the effort

GEORGE - 03/16/2018

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Good shipping time 695428



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Quick and accurate service 678775



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Product came well packaged, and was identical to the shock being replaced easy install, no more clanking when starting and stopping ( also replaced master cylinder) 673144



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Product arrived in a timely manner 664271



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As expected and installed no problem. 641523



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Fit great , works great . 616180



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Direct replacement and easy installation. Thank you for the speedy shipment too! 613901



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Everyone that I came in contact with was knowledgeable and were able to take care of me 580492



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Right product. Reasonable price! 567632



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Part was a perfect fit and worked excellent and fixed my problem shipping was a little slow but Hey for the price I'm not gonna complain 552691



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Shipping was quick, the price was excellent, and now my trailer is all fixed up. Thanks again 514981



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Exact replacement for my 18 yr old one. 510310



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product was same as OEM and was no problems with purchase. I receive shipment with no problems. 494133



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Looks just right, what I expected. Thank you very much for your excellent tracking info page. 483180



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Brakes were rebuilt with etrailer parts and are working great. Thanks // etrailer. 481380



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Great!! 458718



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Worked great, simple easy install. 441270



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Didn't know exactly what I was looking for but they knew what it was & found it & showed it to me on line & I had in few days. It cured my trailer brake issues with one phone call. GREAT JOB 439946



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Found this shock online here at etrailer which I had trouble finding anywhere else with any confidence. The listing on etrailer.com helped me identify the exact shock I needed for my 25 year old Surge unit. Fit right, works great! Thanks etrailer! Gary 437365



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This was exactly what I needed to fix the tongue on my trailer. It was sliding in and out about three inches, causing a bang when a started and stopped. The trailer is for a 2000 Bayliner boat. This shock absorber matched the old one perfectly. And, it only took about ten minutes to replace. Perfect part and delivered very quickly. 431038



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Quick shipping great company perfect fit 427317



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Works great and a prefect fit and a nice price!! Thank you!! Fast shipping!! 425364



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The product arrived as scheduled and fit exactly as advertised. At first, I was concerned that there was a mix-up on shipping details, but Stacy looked into the matter and assured me that everything was good to go. Excellent service and follow up! 422482



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Customer service is excellent. Received the correct part in the time advertised! Good quality. 421729



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Fast service and delivery. Got the right product and in good condition. 417461



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I was pleased with the brake lines and trailer shock absorber. I received what was shown. They came in a timely manner, was what I needed and was reasonably priced. Thank you. I am installing them today. Will be back to order more parts in the future. Pat B. 414069



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Etrailer transaction was easy and delivery of the shock and master cylinder was fast. Both products installed without any mods and my boat trailer is a dream to tow now. 412865



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Everything we ordered worked as it should and we got the order quick. When I talked to the staff, I explained what I needed and they were so helpful. 412425



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Great item. Fits perfectly. Fast Shippi ng. 404847



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Still working fine! 390759



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OEM direct fits 362959



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Direct replacement 358685



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Went right on. Great product. 352833



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great price 301037



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Prefect fit , no more clunk , clunk on stopping and starting 287423



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part is correct and is now installed on trailer hitch 286436


Comments

still working fine good quality

Dave E - 08/24/2017

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Thank you for great service 285627



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Had exactly what I needed. Kept me informed of status of my order thru both phone calls and emails. Easy and great to work with. 285512



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goot 279790



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This part fit perfectly on my 2009 boat trailer replacing the broken part and solving a problem. 218837



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Item requires periodic replacement due to match with heavy load. 210047



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Part functions as it should. Actuator no longer slams out on acceleration. 194236



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Perfect fit and fast delivery- Great! 180984



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Replacement shock absorber fit perfectly. Fast shipment and item well packed. 111344



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Replaced the shock in my Titan 60 actuator assembly along with the actuator itself. Less expensive and easier than replacing the whole Titan 60. This part took all or 5 min. 90508



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Easy to install and a perfect fit. This was exact OEM replacement. 69280



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received this part in good condition, installed and found it to work well. thanks. 54684


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  • What are the Retracted and Extended Lengths of the Replacement Shock for Model 60 Actuators
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  • Bolt Torque Specs For Installing Titan # T2336200 Replacement Shock Absorber into a Brake Actuator
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  • Troubleshooting Disc Brakes Not Releasing
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