Demco Hydraulic Brake Actuator w/ Electric Lockout - Disc - Zinc - 2" Ball - 6,000 lbs

Demco Hydraulic Brake Actuator w/ Electric Lockout - Disc - Zinc - 2" Ball - 6,000 lbs

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Surge actuator has a corrosion-resistant composite master cylinder and zinc plating, making it perfect for marine use. Leverlock coupler latch is easy to use. Electric lockout activates automatically to keep brakes from actuating when in reverse. Call 800-298-8924 to order Demco brake actuator part number DM8605101 or order online at Free expert support on all Demco products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Demco Hydraulic Brake Actuator w/ Electric Lockout - Disc - Zinc - 2" Ball - 6,000 lbs. Brake Actuator reviews from real customers.
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Demco Brake Actuator - DM8605101

  • Surge Brake Actuator
  • Disc Brakes
  • 2 Inch Ball Coupler
  • 6000 lbs GTW
  • Demco
  • Bolt-On
  • Electric Lockout
  • Straight Tongue Coupler

Surge actuator has a corrosion-resistant composite master cylinder and zinc plating, making it perfect for marine use. Leverlock coupler latch is easy to use. Electric lockout activates automatically to keep brakes from actuating when in reverse.


  • Hydraulic actuator activates trailer's brakes when tow vehicle slows or stops
  • Electric reverse lockout lets you back up without actuating trailer brakes
    • Solenoid activates automatically when you shift into reverse
  • Leverlock coupler mechanism for simple, secure hookup and disconnect
    • Trigger-style latch is easy to use
  • Zinc plating offers excellent corrosion resistance
    • 500-Hour salt spray rating - great for marine applications
  • Composite master cylinder is durable and efficient
    • Glass-reinforced nylon construction resists rust and corrosion
    • Large reservoir provides increased capacity for brake fluid
    • Automotive-style diaphragm cap creates completely enclosed system to help prevent contamination of fluid
  • Large rear rollers allow for easy movement and smooth operation
  • Breakaway included
    • Snap hook on safety cable ensures secure connection to breakaway lever
  • Heavy-duty steel construction with sturdy, reinforced outer casing
  • Bolt-on installation
    • Requires 1/2" x 4-1/2" Grade-5 bolts (not included) for mounting
  • Made in the USA


  • Application: trailers with hydraulic disc brakes
  • Ball size: 2"
  • Gross towing weight: 6,000 lbs
  • Maximum tongue weight: 600 lbs
  • Mounting: straight, 3" wide trailer tongue
    • Bolt holes are 3" apart on center
  • Model number: DA66B
  • 1-Year warranty

When you apply the brakes in your tow vehicle, deceleration occurs and momentum pushes your trailer toward the rear of your vehicle. With surge brake systems, the hydraulic actuator is triggered as your trailer moves forward, once your tow vehicle starts to slow down. When this happens, the actuator contracts, applying force to its master cylinder. This in turn supplies the necessary hydraulic pressure to engage your trailer's brakes.

Electric Reverse Lockout

The electric reverse lockout on this trailer brake actuator is automatically activated when you shift your tow vehicle into reverse. The solenoid wires into your trailer connector - which connects to your tow vehicle - so that it can detect when you are in reverse. When your vehicle is in reverse, the solenoid ensures that the hydraulic actuator does not activate your trailer's brakes, thus allowing you to back up your rig. To use the lockout feature, you must have a 5-pole flat, 6-way round, or 7-pole trailer connector.

Sturdy, Corrosion-Resistant Construction

Made of sturdy steel, this hydraulic trailer brake actuator features a durable zinc coating that is designed to limit rust and corrosion. This zinc coat has a 500-hour salt spray rating, making the actuator perfect for marine use. In addition, the composite master cylinder is made of corrosion-resistant glass-reinforced nylon to further ensure durability for marine applications.

8605101 Demco DA66B Hydraulic Trailer Brake Actuator for Disc Brakes - Electric Lock-Out - 2" Ball Coupler - 6,000 lbs

DM8605101 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details DM8605101 Installation instructions

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Video Transcript for Demco Brake Actuator - Surge Brake Actuator - DM8605101 Review

Today we're going to review part number 8605101. This is the Demco Surge Brake for Disc Brakes. This is a bolt-on installation and see the mounting holes. There's two on this side and there's two on the other side, and this would apply our install onto a 3-inch wide straight tongue trailer. A 3-inch wide is the inside measurement right here. The mounting holes, they have a measurement from center to center of 3 inches.

Now, it does require the use of two 1/2-inch by 4-1/2-inch grade 5 bolts. They would go through here and bolt on to the other side through the trailer tongue. Now, this also fits the 2-inch hitch ball. It does have the electric solenoid on the back for the reverse lockout feature. This actuator does have a 6000-pound maximum weight capacity and a 600 pound maximum tongue weight capacity.

This actuator is also zinc plated for marine application use. Now, the way a surge brake actuator would work is this is attached to the hitch on or the hitch ball on your tow vehicle. So when the tow vehicle is applying the brakes and slowing down, the weight of your trailer will be pushing this actuator forward. You can actually see the bolt, the elongated holes right here, would actually move it towards the vehicle. What would happen is there's an actuator right down here that you can see and that would actually telescope.

When it does that it will actually push on the push rod of the master cylinder which would in turn apply the hydraulic pressure to the trailer brakes. So basically, when this is hitched to your tow vehicle and you're stopping this would compress forward. Have the actuator move the master cylinder. The brakes would be applied and your trailer would stop. Now, this reverse lockout feature right here, this is used when you're going to be backing up.

So if you're in a situation where you need to back up with the trailer connected, you did not want the brakes to be applied when backing up. What you'll do is your trailer brake line would actually connect into the solenoid. There's a little red cap here that you would take out and the line would connect into there, and then there are two wires. One would be grounded. The other one would connect to the reverse light wire on your tow vehicle. So basically, what that does is then when you put your vehicle in reverse that would send a charge to the solenoid which would then block off the pressure from the master cylinder to the trailer brakes. That way, the brakes would not be applied and you'd be able to easily back up. Now, a few features on this. The master cylinder cap right here at the top that we can unscrew has a nice automotive style rubber diaphragm on it that helps keep the system completely enclosed. Another little thing they did is right here where you put your brake fluid into your master cylinder. They actually have a raised fill plate. Turn it a little bit. Maybe you can see it better. It's actually raised and one nice little feature about that is, usually, on a coupler is if you took your cap off, that would be flushed and even with this which are topping your coupler. Well, if there's dirt or grime on there it could fall into your master cylinder which you dont want that to happen. They've actually raised this a little bit, so when you take your cap off the dirt would not fall into the master cylinder. Now, it also has on the master cylinder itself, there is a you can't see. That's underneath here, but there's an actual rubber bellow boot that is on the push rod of the master cylinder. Again, that will help keep any moisture or dirt from getting inside the master cylinder and damage it. Now, the master cylinder that's underneath here is actually made of a long-glass reinforced nylon and that's a composite material. They do that because of strength and it also eliminates the rust and corrosion factor, so you dont have to worry about that. It could last quite a long time. Also, the cylinder itself is built larger so it has a 20% more capacity and that will ensure adequate brake fluid supply. Basically, when you attach this to your 2-inch hitch ball you'll just pull up on this trigger. Unlatch it. Drop it on to the hitch ball. Once it's on the hitch ball, push it close and the trigger latch will lock into place. Then to further protect to give you security is these holes line up. You can actually run a coupler lock right through here and prevent anybody from taking it off of your hitch ball. Now, this other nice feature here is on top that's actually a safety feature and it is required to be used. It is an emergency breakaway lever. What you would do is this hook with the keeper right here. You see. You would attach that to the tow vehicle itself. What that does is by chances if your trailer ever comes detached from your tow vehicle if it unhitches here at the trailer ball and go and falls away. You would pull this cable and this cable would break away and pull this lever forward. What that would do is that would actuate the master cylinder to send pressure to the trailer brakes immediately, so it would lock up the brakes right away to keep your trailer from a runaway situation. So it is a safety feature but then it's required to be used. That should do it on the review of part number 8605101, and that's the Demco Surge Brake Actuator for Disc Brakes.

Customer Reviews

Demco Hydraulic Brake Actuator w/ Electric Lockout - Disc - Zinc - 2" Ball - 6,000 lbs - DM8605101

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (14 Customer Reviews)

Surge actuator has a corrosion-resistant composite master cylinder and zinc plating, making it perfect for marine use. Leverlock coupler latch is easy to use. Electric lockout activates automatically to keep brakes from actuating when in reverse.

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I could not be happier, What a diiference to have not just good brakes, but great brakes. Plus, the install was so easy, all the hardware was a perfect fit, instructions were right on the money (btw, I'm a retired engineer from a nuclear plant and I wrote procedures, so I'm picky) Anyway, towed the boat 1,000 miles and what a reassuring feeling to know that the equipment is in good working order and does the job when called upon. I'm attaching a couple of pictures so you can see what I did. Thanks again, I will be using etrailer in the future anytime I need something, feel free to pass on my comments 614785

- DM8605101

Delivered as advertised. Installed with no trouble. After installing and connecting brake line, it is necessary to bleed the system by pumping the coupler/brake master cylinder in and out, while someone else opens and closes the bleed valves on each brake. It is very advisable to disconnect the shock absorber for this purpose, as the job of pumping the coupler in and out is hard enough without it. We used a 5' 2x6 for that purpose, anchoring the bottom end with the safety chains. Instructions for doing this would have been helpful, but none were enclosed. Also, the unit, though well made and well plated, came without the 2 high grade 1/2" bolts and locknuts needed. We feel the bolts ought to be included. Service and follow-up by E-Trailer is excellent. We have not yet towed the trailer with the unit installed. 131543

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Good price , quality and fast delivery , will buy things from etrailer again 590971

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Replaced my old one with the new actuator and cannot believe how smooth it operates. No more banging or movement when I stop or go. Great product. 706119

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fit the job 703892

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Product arrived on time & was an exact replacement for the old one. I'm very happy! 668889

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Appears well made and designed. Like plastic master cylinder body. Iron master cylinder on unit I am replacing was hopelessly corroded to point where I couldn't get cap off reservoir. 668536

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Nice product and great price! Arrived on time!! 653402

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Exactly what I needed plus the best price. Shipping was free and very quick. Etrailer is always my go to for parts 616294

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purchased Kodiak brakes and trailer coupler Excellent data on website plus the part arrived as expected. Price was competitive when you consider the freight cost When purchasing the actuator/tow assy dont forget that the brake line is too short and will require a 90 degree elbow with flare plus a small length of hose with flare FYI 615106

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I recently purchased a used boat and trailer. Trailer had a surge brake hitch that had not been maintained and had been discontinued. I replaced that non-operational unit with this one. Installation was easy, my only other expense was the need to replace the two attachment bolts with longer ones. I also replaced the fiber nuts and washers. This unit has a much better ball lock up mechanism than my old hitch. A great new hitch at a great price, thank you etrailer. 595162

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Dear eTrailer, I purchased an electric over hydraulic disc brake kit from you last year. It greatly increased the stopping distance and therefor the safety for my family. I recently purchased a used four winns boat with trailer. The trailer has a surge hitch and disc brakes. The surge hitch was clogged and inoperative. It has also been discontinued. I will be replacing it with this new unit and expect to have working trailer brakes. Thank you for your great products and wonderful prices. 593034

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Great product. It fits like a glove. All parts and component seem to be high quality. It was a little longer than expected but still a solid piece. Super fast delivery at no cost it is hard to beat. 591702

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I just finished the install and went well . Its was a fast install and when i call to order all the staff were very helpful 193485


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  • Using Surge Brake Actuator on Trailer with Fold-Away Coupler Hinge
  • If your trailer is equipped with a fold-away coupler hinge like # FHDPB330301 then you can still use a surge brake actuator like the excellent Titan Zinc-Plated # T47154107K. The only thing you will want to add is a flexible brake line across the hinge like the Titan # T0776500 to accommodate this function. Please note that the Kodiak Disc Brake Kit # K2HR35D referenced in your question includes rotor-and-hub assemblies, calipers, mounting brackets, and mounting bolts but it does not...
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  • Recommended Replacement for Atwood Surge Brake Actuator 85778
  • The manual lockout on your Atwood 85778 surge brake coupler is there so that you can back up the trailer without the brakes locking up on you. Yes you can safely tow your trailer with the broken manual lockout, you just have to make sure you don't put yourself in the situation where you have to back your trailer up. Since Atwood went out of business there aren't any exact replacements for your coupler but you can use a different brand. The only thing I was able to find online about the...
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  • Surge Brake Actuator Recommendation for Replaced Atwood Drum to Convert to Disc
  • Demco surge couplers like the part # 8605001 you mentioned are really great overall. We've found that they are very reliable and do a great job applying the trailer brakes. Way better than the now discontinued Atwood actuator you have that was known for problems. This part number is for drum so for a disc version you'd want the # DM8605101 and you'd be set. This comes with an electric reverse lockout as well. Now I don't know your axle capacity or wheel bolt pattern so I am not able...
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  • Correct Demco Hydraulic Trailer Brake Actuator For Use with Disc Brakes
  • For starters, the Demco Hydraulic Trailer Brake Actuator part # 8605001 is for drum brakes only and it sounds like you have disc brakes. Therefore, the correct Demco Hydraulic Trailer Brake Actuator for use with disc brakes is part # DM8605101 which does come with a reverse lockout feature. In order to use this you will also need a new trailer connector, the Hopkins Wiring Harness part # HM37918 and an adapter, the Adapter 4-Pole to 5-Pole Trailer Wiring Adapter part # 47515. The Demco...
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  • Parts Needed to Replace Brakes, Brake Lines and Actuator on Tandem Axle Boat Trailer
  • We have everything that you will need to replace the brakes, brake lines and the actuator on your tandem axle boat trailer, but to make sure we recommend the correct parts for your trailer, we will need a little more information. For a brake line kit, I recommend the Demco Hydraulic Brake Line Kit for Tandem Axle Trailers, # DM5428. This is our most economical hydraulic brake line kit and it uses the standard brake line fittings, so it will be compatible with all hydraulic brake assemblies...
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  • Recommended Disc Brake Components For Demco Kar Kaddy Tow Dolly
  • For your Demco Kar Kaddy, the Demco Hydraulic Brake Actuator w/ Electric Lockout - Disc - Zinc - 2" Ball - 6,000 lbs # DM8605101 will work great. The Kodiak Disc Brake Kit - 10" Rotor - 5 on 4-1/2 - Dacromet - 3,500 lbs # K2R35D will not work well with the brake flange so you will want to upgrade the flange to the # 4-35 since the Kar Kaddy has a unique flange instead of the standard. The idler hubs # DM04369 will work well without any modifications. Then you will just need brake lines...
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  • Troubleshooting Surge Brake Boat Trailer that Makes Slamming Sound When Hitting Bumps
  • Is your trailer sitting as level as possible? Sounds like it could be sitting possibly nose high and combined maybe with a bit of play in the ball mount is creating the slamming you are experiencing. It's also possible your surge actuator has a bad shock and the bump is causing the actuator to apply and release the brakes quickly which is causing what you described. If you can push in on the front of the actuator you should be able to see the actuator somewhat slowly rebound to the fully...
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  • Will Demco Disc Brake Actuator Put Out Enough Pressure for Kodiak Disc Brakes
  • The Kodiak Disc Brake Kit # K2R35DKG that you referenced does indeed require a psi rating of at least 1,500 for proper operation but this is standard for disc brakes. Any brake actuator that is designed for disc brake assemblies, such as the Demco # DM8605101, will absolutely provide the needed pressure. They don't typically have a specific psi rating but they will typically put out around 1,500 to 1,600 psi, varying a bit depending on the weight of your trailer, stopping force, etc. I...
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  • Can a Surge Brake Actuator for Drum Brakes Be Compatible with Disc Brakes?
  • Most brake actuators for drum brakes like your Dico 6000 lb cannot be used for disc brakes. This isn't based on weight capacity, but rather based on the pressure the master cylinder can handle. Most drum brake systems give you 1000 to 1200 psi, and disc brake systems require more with most rated at 1600 psi. The actuators are specific for disc or drum because drum brakes with a disc brake actuator would give too much pressure and in your case, the drum brake actuator will not give enough...
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  • Replacement Surge Brake Actuator Recommendations for Atwood 82541
  • I recommend either using the Demco 6K # DM8605101 if you want a standard actuator that fits a 2" hitch ball or the Titan 6K # T4745720 if you like the option of the coupler fitting with either a 1-7/8", 2", or 50 mm hitch ball. Both options have the same weight rating, fit on a 3" wide channel tongue, and have mounting bolts holes with 3" on center distances between them. I'm not exactly sure what the mounting bolt hole locations were for your Atwood 82541 actuator so if the bolt hole locations...
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  • Replacement Disc Brakes And Actuator For 2005 Trailmaster Single Axle Boat Trailer
  • It sounds like you already have brakes on your trailer. If so, there may not be a need to replace the brake lines and you could install a brake kit like part # K2HR35D. This is designed for 3,500-lb axles and includes hub-and-rotor assemblies; calipers; and mounting brackets. The hub and rotor have a 5 on 4-1/2 wheel bolt pattern. You would then need the actuator. I recommend part # DM8605101. This is the Demco hydraulic brake actuator with electric lockout. This has a 2 inch ball coupler...
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  • Availability of Replacement Master Cylinder for Atwood 85778 Actuator
  • The Atwood master cylinder 85841 is no longer available. Atwood doesn't product any actuator components anymore so it's getting harder and harder to track down replacement parts. We do not have any other replacement units that would be compatible with your Atwood actuator so your best option at this point is really to replace the entire actuator assembly. This will also ensure that replacement parts will be readily available if needed down the line. To replace the Atwood 85778 model...
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  • Can Trailer with Drum Brake Actuator Be Adapted to Work with Disc Brakes
  • Since you said "without a check valve" that makes me think you have a drum brake actuator that you are planning to remove the check valve off so that it might work with disc brakes instead. We're aware that this seems to work well for a number of people but when we have checked with the actuator manufacturers they won't safely endorse this. They'd require either swapping out the master cylinder of the actuator for one that is compatible with disc brakes or going with an all new actuator...
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  • Is A Hydraulic or Surge Coupler Adjustable for The Weight of the Trailer
  • A hydraulic or surge coupler isn't adjustable for the weight of the trailer but strangely enough, they don't need to be. The brakes would certainly be more effective if there were more weight on the trailer, but conversely a lighter trailer doesn't need as much braking force as a heavier trailer would. I've spoken with my contacts at Demco and Titan, both of whom confirm this. The more inertia provided by the weight of the trailer and its load, the harder the brakes will apply, but less...
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  • Is There any Adjustability with Trailer Surge Brakes
  • Surge brakes do not have any adjustability. If you want to use them on steep hills your solutions would be best. Or you can look into an electric over hydraulic setup which will allow you to use a brake controller to activate the brakes. This gives you total flexibility and control. I attached a help article to this page that would walk you through the entire process of adding EOH brakes to a trailer like yours.
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  • Will the Disc Brake Line Kit 18SI-BLKIT Work with a Demco Brake Actuator
  • Yes, the Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit # 18SI-BLKIT that you referenced uses the same fitting size that the Demco Hydraulic Brake Actuator # DM8605101 that you referenced has, 3/8-24. This would also work with a Kodiak disc brake kit like the # K2HR35D.
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  • Replacement Titan Model 60 Actuator for Disc Brakes
  • We have exactly what you are looking for. The disc brake version of your current Titan Model 60 is part # DM8605101. This actuator fits a 3 inch wide channel, and has a maximum weight capacity of 6,000 lbs. The coupler is compatible with 1-7/8, 2 inch of 50mm trailer balls. This actuator will supply the higher psi needed to actuate your new disc brakes properly.
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  • Will 6,000 lb Surge Brake Actuator Work on Single Axle Boat Trailer
  • The Demco Hydraulic Brake Actuator # DM8605101 will work great for you; the 6,000 lb tow rating and 600 lb tongue weight rating are just the maximum capacities for the actuator and you won't have an issue with your single-axle boat trailer being under that weight rating. This actuator is designed for use with trailers that have disc brakes and it will fit a 2 inch hitch ball. I have added a link to a video review of the actuator for you to check out as well.
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  • Replacement for the Reliable ACT-6K Brake Actuator
  • From my research, the Reliable ACT-6K Brake Actuator was rated at 6,000 lbs, for disc brakes, and a 2" hitch ball. If this is correct then I recommend using the Demco Hydraulic Brake Actuator part # DM8605101 which has both a master cylinder and electric lockout feature like you mentioned. The Demco actuator is an excellent option for you. It has a zinc plated finish for maximum corrosion resistance and it is made right here in the U.S.A. with a one year warranty. I have attached a...
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  • Disc Brake Actuator with Electric Lockout for Magic Tilt Trailer
  • For your Magic-Tilt tandem axle boat trailer with disc brakes and a straight tongue I recommend Titan Disc Brake Actuator Coupler # T4745720. This 6K bolt-on coupler has an electric lockout and I like it because it features a multi-ball fit so it will work with 1-7/8-inch, 2-inch and 2-5/16-inch hitch balls. You can refer to the video for more information. If you use only a 2-inch hitch ball you could instead use Demco 6K Coupler # DM8605101 which also has the electric lockout and uses...
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  • Replacement Disc Brake Surge Coupler for 2004 Nitro Boat Trailer
  • We can help you with a new surge brake coupler for your straight-tongue boat trailer. Your photo shows a label indicating the old coupler is designed for disc brakes which will use a coupler with higher pressure than a coupler for drum brakes. For a 6K disc brae coupler you can use Demco part # DM8605101 which includes an electric lockout feature or 7K Titan coupler # T47154107K if you do not need a lockout (as when the trailer has free-backing brakes). Both fit a 3-inch wide channel...
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  • What is the Correct Amount of Brake Fluid for the Demco Disc Brake Actuator # 8605101
  • According to Demco, you will want to fill the brake fluid reservoir 3/4 of the way full with new DOT 3 or DOT 4 brake fluid. If you are bleeding the brakes, you will want to check the brake fluid level to ensure that it remains above half full during the bleeding process. Once you have finished bleeding the brakes, you can fill it to 3/4 full.
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  • Solution for Converting Trailer with Atwood Drum Brake Surge Actuator to Disc
  • Some people have had luck punching out or removing the check valve in their drum brake actuator master cylinders to allow them to be used with the higher PSI requirements of disc brakes but the manufacturers of the actuators will not endorse this so we can't either. If Atwood replacement parts were still available the easiest solution would be to replace the master cylinder with the correct disc brake master cylinder. Since that's not possible the best solution would be an all new actuator...
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