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Titan Zinc-Plated, Leverlock Brake Actuator w/ Lockout Shield - Disc - Adjustable Ball - 7,000 lbs

Titan Zinc-Plated, Leverlock Brake Actuator w/ Lockout Shield - Disc - Adjustable Ball - 7,000 lbs

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  • Surge Brake Actuator
  • Disc Brakes
  • 1-7/8 Inch Ball Coupler
  • 2 Inch Ball Coupler
  • 7000 GTW
  • Titan
  • Bolt-On
  • No Lockout
  • Straight Tongue Coupler
Secure Leverlock system on this corrosion-resistant, bolt-on actuator ensures that the coupler locks in place on hitch balls measuring 1-7/8", 2" and 50 mm. Built-in cover shields solenoid valve (sold separately). Call 800-298-8924 to order Titan brake actuator part number T47154107K or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Titan products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Titan Zinc-Plated, Leverlock Brake Actuator w/ Lockout Shield - Disc - Adjustable Ball - 7,000 lbs. Brake Actuator reviews from real customers.


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Titan Brake Actuator - T47154107K

Secure Leverlock system on this corrosion-resistant, bolt-on actuator ensures that the coupler locks in place on hitch balls measuring 1-7/8", 2" and 50 mm. Built-in cover shields solenoid valve (sold separately).


Features:

  • Hydraulic actuator synchronizes trailer brakes with tow-vehicle brakes
  • Leverlock coupler mechanism ensures easy, secure connection
    • Adjustable to fit 1-7/8", 2" and 50-mm balls
    • Trigger latch is easy to use
  • Built-in shield for electric-lockout applications (solenoid valve sold separately)
  • Breakaway kit included
  • Zinc plating is corrosion resistant
  • Durable steel construction
  • Bolt-on installation
    • Bolt holes 3" apart on center
  • Made in USA


Specs:

  • Application: disc brakes
  • Ball size: 1-7/8", 2" or 50 mm
    • Some adjustment may be required
  • Mounting: 3" wide channel tongue
  • Capacity: 7,000 lbs
  • Maximum tongue weight: 700 lbs
  • 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 actuator is triggered as your trailer moves forward while the tow vehicle slows. The actuator telescopes, applying force to its master cylinder, which in turn supplies the necessary hydraulic pressure to engage the trailer's brakes.



47154107K Titan Model 60 ZX7000 Leverlock Actuator for Disc Brakes - Solenoid Cover - Zinc

Replaces Ttitan 4715410







Video of Titan Zinc-Plated, Leverlock Brake Actuator w/ Lockout Shield - Disc - Adjustable Ball - 7,000 lbs


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Video Transcript for Titan Brake Actuator - Surge Brake Actuator - T47154107K Review

Today we're going to review part number T47154107K. This is the Titan zinc-plated leverlock brake actuator for disc brakes. Comes with the lock-out shield. It is a bolt-on application. Has a seven thousand pound weight capacity. Now, this hydraulic actuator will synchronize your trailer brakes with your tow vehicle brakes.

Uses the leverlock coupler design mechanism, which ensures easy, secure connection. Now, this is adjustable to fit three different hitch ball sizes. It will fit a one and seven-eighths inch diameter ball, two inch diameter ball, and a fifty millimeter diameter ball. It's a leverlock. It does use this trigger latch, which is very easy to use. Basically, what would you do: it has a pin and clip.

You would take the clip out, pull the pin out, then it releases the latch. What would you do is, it's a trigger latch, so right here you just pull in on the trigger. It unhooks down at the bottom, allows you to move that latch forward. Then to close it over the ball, you just push it back in. It'll latch and lock into place.

Put your pin and clip back through, and you're ready to tow. I just want to show you underneath how that operates. When you're pushing on that trigger, when you push forward, you'll notice it releases that wedge, and that wedge opens up to accept the ball. Now, because it fits the three different ball sizes, what you'd have to do, right now we have it adjusted to fit a two inch diameter hitch ball like this one. You can see it would just go into- there you go- goes into the coupler and then when you pull the latch closed and lock into place, you'll see that wedge come up. It locks the coupler to the ball, and you're ready to tow.

To release it, just push in on that trigger. Push the latch forward. It'll release the ball. Now, this nut right here that's on this bolt, this is where you would adjust it to fit the different sizes, depending on . you would adjust this to fit the three sizes I had mentioned would fit on here. We're going to go ahead and close it up. Go ahead and put the pin back through it. Now, the pin, you notice, is hooked to a lanyard which keeps you from losing it. Just go ahead and stick the pin through. Take the cotter clip. Go ahead and stick that on there, and then it's locked into place. You lock this to keep it from coming unlatched when you're hooked up to a hitch ball. Also, on top, if you notice this coiled up steel cable here: this is the brake away kit. Basically, what this is, you'll notice it's a steel cable. Has a hook on one end. On this end, it's connected to this handle. This is actually a safety feature. It is required on trailers that use hydraulic brakes. Basically what you would do is, when this is hooked up to the hitch ball and the tow vehicle, this is installed onto the trailer. You'll take this hook end of the cable, run this to the tow vehicle, and you would usually hook it to where the safety chains from where the trailer would be hooked to the tow vehicle. Then what this would do is, by chance if this would come detached from the hitch ball, the trailer would break away from the tow vehicle. What'll happen is it would pull this cable, and what this cable would do is it would pull tight on this, which would activate the handle. When that handle is activated, it would push a rod into the master cylinder to activate the hydraulic pressure and lock up the brakes on the trailer. So in a runaway situation where this would be disconnected from the tow vehicle, this brake away kit would pull, activate and apply the brakes to lock the trailer up. Now, the finish on this is a durable steel construction. Has a nice zinc-plated finish which is corrosion-resistant. It is a bolt-on installation. As you can see, the two holes on this side, there's two on the other side. They are at a three inch measurement from center to center, which is an industry standard measurement. A lot of the couplers would be bolted on using this same three inch measurement. Now if you're replacing a coupler, this should bolt right in place. If by chance they do not line up, you would have to drill new holes to install it. Also on top here, you'll notice there's a black plastic cap that you can unscrew. This would give you access to the master cylinder so you can check, put more fuel in and also periodically check the level in the master cylinder; make sure you got enough fluid in there. Then you can just screw this back in. Let's get it started there. There you go. Now, you also notice in the back here, this is the lock-out shield right here. Now, the lock-out shield is used whenever- if you do install an electric lock-out on this. Electric lock-out is used to keep your brakes from locking up when you go into reverse. You would install a solenoid, which we sell separately, that would install in the back of the master cylinder. This shield is used to protect that solenoid. I'm going to show you in a minute here how all that works. Now, this application on this is it is designed to be used on disc brakes only. Again, it fits the three different ball sizes of one and seven-eighths inch, two inches or fifty millimeters. In the very bottom here, it is designed to fit on a three inch wide channeled tongue. The three inches is this measurement here. This is where they'd slide onto the tongue, and then you'd bolt it on through the holes. It does have a capacity of seven thousand pounds, maximum tongue weight capacity of seven hundred pounds. Again, I'm just going to mention a few parts here. This is the wedge, where I was showing you where the hitch ball would attach to the hitch ball. This is the nut where you adjust it for the different size hitch ball. Now, this part here, right here, that looks a shock, this is the actuator. And right here, this is the master cylinder. The very back is a brass fitting, so if you do not use the electric lock-out feature, you would just run your brake line to this brass fitting. If you do use the electric lock-out feature, you would need to purchase this separately. This is that solenoid valve which is part number T4748800 that we sell separately. This would actually, you would unscrew this fitting right here, and then you would screw this valve into the back of the master cylinder. With that installed in the back of the master cylinder, you'll have two wires on here. These two wires are both black wires. What would you do is, one would be connected to a good ground. The other one would connect to the reverse wire circuit in the tow vehicle. Then your brake line would go into the solenoid, so what happens is with this installed, when you put the vehicle in reverse, it would send a pulse to this solenoid which would shut down the flow of the hydraulic pressure so it doesn't apply the brakes in the trailer. When you go into reverse, it would shut off the brakes to keep your brakes from locking up. Basically, the way this would work, if you notice this bottom section right here, this part here will actually move some. The way that works on a surge brake system: this is connected to the hitch ball on your tow vehicle. This is not on the trailer tongue. What happen is, when you apply the brakes in your tow vehicle, the tow vehicle will slow down. Momentum of the trailer, the weight of the trailer, would go towards the rear of the vehicle, so it'll move that bottom part. As that moves forward, the actuator, right down in here I showed you, this will telescope. It applies force to the master cylinder, which in turn supplies the hydraulic pressure into the brake lines to engage the trailer brakes. So that's how this surge-type system would work. Then again, if you wanted to add the solenoid we had mentioned for the electric lock-out, you can do that. If you do add this electric solenoid feature with this solenoid, to use this feature, you do have to either have a five-way flat on your vehicle, a six-way round, or a seven-way wiring harness to use the electric lock-out feature. But that should do it for review on part number T47154107K, the Titan zinc-plated leverlock brake actuator for disc brakes. .


Customer Reviews

Titan Zinc-Plated, Leverlock Brake Actuator w/ Lockout Shield - Disc - Adjustable Ball - 7,000 lbs - T47154107K

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)

Secure Leverlock system on this corrosion-resistant, bolt-on actuator ensures that the coupler locks in place on hitch balls measuring 1-7/8", 2" and 50 mm. Built-in cover shields solenoid valve (sold separately).

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Actuator is quality product. I was replacing a Tie Down 70E actuator that was 10 years old ( master cylinder and backup solenoid failed due to rust sediment buildup ?) Be aware that the actuator does not come with mounting hardware so save yours from old unit , also does not come with instructions-download from web. The only noticeable difference between the newer and the old unit was the backup sensitivity. The old unit needed the solenoid energized with just the trailer -the new unit didn’t need the solenoid energized with trailer and boat unless you were going up an incline(even with adjustment of the bolts joining the two pieces) Overall very satisfied-as a side note both Tie Down and Titan were bought by Dexter Axle 636937



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I have been ordering from etrailer.com for years and have not been disappointed. Their prices are great, they communicate the order status very well, and ship the products quickly. I have been having ongoing issues with my trailer brake pressure not relieving, thus applying the brakes continuously. This order was for a new actuator which I believe will correct the problem. I just installed the actuator and it fit as expected. 549905


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  • Replacement Coupler Needed for Tie Down Engineering 66 Model Actuator
  • I was able to find that your Tie Down Engineering 66 Model actuator fits trailer tongues that are 3"x3", 3"x4", and 3"x5". It is only compatible with 2" hitch balls but I was unable to find the mounting hole measurements. We do have a wide variety of actuators like the Titan # T47154107K or standard couplers like part # DM12925. Since you say straight coupler I am not sure if you are looking for an actuator that doesn't have a drop or if you are looking for a standard coupler. If you...
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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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  • Solution for Needing Replacement Shock for Atwood Actuator
  • Since we can't get the Atwood replacement shock anymore that you mentioned your best option would be to replace the actuator with a more reliable one like the Demco # 8605001 for if you have a drum brake setup or part # T47154107K for if you have a disc setup.
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  • Troubleshooting Bleeding Brakes with Vacuum Brake Bleeder
  • You shouldn't be experiencing issues with bleeding the brakes with a Vacuum Brake Bleeder, like part # PTW87030, after installing the Brake Actuator with Electric Lockout # T47154107K. It sounds like you might have a clog somewhere in your brake line. What you will want to do is find the next closest fitting from the brake on the trailer and try bleeding the brake line from there. If it bleeds just fine then you know that you need to replace the brake line section that you just bypassed....
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  • Stainless Steel Trailer Disc Brake Parts Recommendations
  • For stainless steel brake parts the various components will have to be pieced together. You could go with a combination of dacromet and stainless steel parts using # K2HR35DS. With this kit the calipers are stainless and the rotors are dacromet. For stainless rotors and calipers you could use 2 of kit # K1HR35S. This kit comes with the bearings, races, and seal. Kit # K2HR35DS does not but would use 1 bearing kit # BK2-100 per wheel. For a brake line kit you can use # 18SI-BLKIT...
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  • Replacement Brake Actuating Coupler for Discontinued Atwood Coupler
  • Atwood brake actuating couplers are no longer available and the parts are discontinued. I understand the frustration of not having the ability to cut the current coupler off and either weld or bolt on a replacement, but I definitely don't recommend going without brakes on a trailer intended to have them. Legally you can have issues with not having working brakes on trailers over 3,000 lbs when loaded in most states. I've linked the page to our couplers so you can determine your options....
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  • Can Emergency Lever on Actuator be Used to Bleed Surge Brakes
  • Yes, you can use the emergency breakaway lever on a surge brake actuator to bleed your brakes. I have attached a link to one of our videos which shows how to bleed surge brakes that you can reference.
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  • Converting Boat Trailer to Hydraulic Disc Brakes to Use In Saltwater
  • For a trailer that will be used in saltwater, the best option for rotors, hubs, and calipers is those made of stainless steel. Galvanized coating is the second best option for saltwater, and then dacromet coatings, which provide extra resistance to saltwater over standard assemblies that are not treated. For the number of times a year you plan to launch in saltwater, I recommend going with components that offer the most rust and corrosion resistance, like stainless steel components....
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  • Will the Titan Disc Brake Kit # T4843200 Work on a Trailer With Dual Axles at 3700 lbs Each
  • The Titan Disc Brake Kit and Leverlock Actuator, # T4843200, can be used on a trailer with dual axles rated at 3,700 lbs each, however, if the trailer is loaded beyond the capacity of the brakes, then they will not be as effective as they would be within capacity. Keep in mind that this kit is designed for 14 or 15 inch wheels with a 5 on 4-1/2 inch bolt pattern. I would also recommend checking your wheel bearing and seal part numbers and make sure they match the bearings and seals...
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  • Disc Trailer Brake Kit Recommendation for a 1997 EZ Loader Boat Trailer
  • With 13 inch wheels, you will need a different set up to add disc brakes to your boat trailer. For the brakes, I recommend the Kodiak Disc Brake Kit - 10 Inch Hub/Rotor - 5 on 4-1/2 - Silver Cad, # K2HR35DS for inner bearing and race L68149 and L68111, outer bearing and race L44649 and L44610. These are designed for 13 inch wheels and the silver cad finish provides superior corrosion resistance for marine applications. Your wheels will need to have a 5 on 4-1/2 bolt pattern. The bearings...
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  • How to Choose Correct Hydraulic Disc Brake Actuator and Hubs for a Boat Trailer
  • When it comes to the best hydraulic actuator one of our most popular options is the Brake Actuator with Electric Lockout # T47154107K from Titan which has a weight capacity of 7,000 lbs. It is compatible with 1-7/8", 2" and 50-mm balls and fits 3" wide channel tongues. To determine what is best for your application you can filter through the linked selection of disc brake actuators and choose the hitch ball size you will be using as well as the weight capacity needed and what type of mounting...
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  • Replacement for Atwood Surge Brake Actuator
  • The Atwood MPD 85778 is not actually a model number for their actuator, it is a literature number - basically a manual number so I wouldn't be able to tell you what a direct replacement would be. You will need to match your actuator to either drum or disc brakes, the weight capacity, coupler size and what size tongue it bolts onto. For example, if you had disc brakes, a 3" wide channel tongue, needed a 7,000 lb capacity and had either a 1-7/8", 2" or 50-mm hitch ball a great option...
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  • Actuator Replacement Recommendation for Tie Down Model 70
  • For a disc brake model with an electric reverse lockout solenoid you can use # T47154107K. This would be a great replacement solution.
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  • Surge Brake Actuator Replacement Recommendation for Atwood Surge Coupler
  • The Atwood surge brake actuators are the ones we get the most feedback on with issues. We have the Titan actuator part # T47154107K which will work great as a replacement. This actuator is designed for disc brakes like you need, has an electric reverse lockout and can fit all ball sizes as well. Titan actuators are very reliable as well.
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  • How Do You Choose The Correct Trailer Coupler
  • An actuator weight capacity should be used to match the weight capacity of the trailer it is going to be used on, and the type tongue it is to be attached to. I have attached a helpful article that explains trailer couplers and how they are typically sized. The Titan Zinc-Plated, Leverlock Brake Actuator w/ Lockout Shield, part # T47154107K, you referenced is used for a straight tongue trailer up to 7,000 lb capacity. This is a bolt-on installation and will mount on trailer tongues...
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  • Tie Down Model 70 Surge Brake Actuator Replacement Recommendation
  • For a disc brake model with an electric reverse lockout solenoid you can use # T47154107K.
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  • Conversion for Drum Trailer Brakes to Kodiak Disc Brakes on a 1989 Calkins Boat Trailer
  • Yes, it should be possible to upgrade your 1989 Calkins boat trailer with 6 bolt 15 inch wheel over to disc brakes from drum brakes. The first thing you will need to do is determine the bolt pattern of the wheel, see video on how to correctly measure, and then you need to determine the inner and outer bearing part numbers, and the seal part number to select the right disc brake hub and rotor combination. Once you have the bearings for your spindle and the wheel bolt pattern figured out,...
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  • How to Bleed Brake Lines with Titan Model 60 Hydraulic Brake Actuator Without Electric Lockout
  • The Titan Brake Actuator part # T47154107K has a master cylinder with a fitting at the end. The fitting is a 3/16 inverted flare where the brake lines connect to. You do not need an extra fitting when you use the actuator. If you ever need to replace the fitting, it is part # T4750300. I recommend Kodiak Brake Line for Single Axle trailers part # 18SI-BLKIT. The flexible line of the Kodiak kit has a thread size of 3/8"-24 and fits a 3/16" fitting like the one of the actuator. If you...
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  • Converting Existing Hydraulic Drum Brakes on 2004 EZ Loader Boat Trailer to Disc Brakes
  • Given the inside dimension you kindly provided, your outer bearing is a # L44649. We have plenty of disc brake kits that would be compatible in various finishes. Going with the Kodiak # K2HR35DS in a Dactromet/Stainless Steel finish would provide maximum corrosion resistance. The kit includes the races, but the # L68149 and # L44649 bearings and # 168255TB grease seals are sold separately. It sounds as if your current brake actuating coupler was intended for drum brakes, If that's...
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  • Compatibility of Kodiak # K2R526DS Disc Trailer Brake Kit with New EZ-Loader Axle
  • As long as your new axle has a 5-bolt brake mounting flange, the Kodiak # K2R526DS should work fine for you. You'll also need a brake line kit like part # DM5424 and an actuating coupler like part # T47154107K for a 2 inch trailer ball. I've linked you to an FAQ article that shows everything you'll need to think about when you're adding hydraulic disc brakes to a trailer.
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  • Is the Titan Disc Brake Kit and Actuator # T4843100 Compatible with Marine Trailers
  • The Titan Disc Brake Kit and Actuator, # T4843100, is an excellent kit for a marine fresh water trailer. The brakes in this kit are zinc plated to provide superior corrosion resistance and durability. Disc brakes are also a great upgrade to add to a trailer if your trailer currently has drum brakes. Disc brakes have less parts and are easier to maintain. You do not have to purchase the entire brake kit if you just need a new actuator. The actuator can be purchased separately as part...
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  • Recommended Disc Brakes for a Magic Boat Trailer with 3,500 Pound Tandem Axles
  • Adding a disc brake system will be a great addition to your Magic boat trailer. The parts you will need are a brake mounting flange, spindle, disc brake assembly, hydraulic disc brake actuator and brake line kit. I recommend the Kodiak disc brake kit # K2R35DKG because it has rust resistant disc brakes and is great for boat trailers. The cast iron, slip on over the hub rotors are great because you won't need to replace your entire hub assembly. Note, as long as your bolt pattern is...
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  • Where Do Wires of Reverse Light Solenoid on Titan Actuator Wire
  • It doesn't matter which wire is used for the power circuit and which is ground. Either wire will do fine. Run one of the wires to your reverse light circuit and then ground the other circuit and you will be good.
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  • Parts Needed to Add Disc Brakes on a Tow Dolly
  • Yes, it is possible to put hydraulic disc brakes on a tow dolly. We do not offer a kit specifically to add disc brakes on your dolly, but I am happy to walk you through all the parts you will need. However, there are a couple of things we need to know to choose a disc brake kit for the dolly.You need to know what the weight capacity of the your axle is to make sure you get the correct brake assemblies. If you do not know the capacity, there should be a label or sticker on the axle that...
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  • What Parts Are Needed to Convert To Disc Brakes on a Torsion Axle
  • The axle capacity is usually stamped into the centerline of the axle or placed on an information sticker in that same location. With that being said, the axle capacity is not necessary needed if you can provide me with the inner and outter bearing numbers or the diameters of the spindle where they seat. This is the most important bit of information that is needed. Please keep in mind that I would also need to know what size wheels you have on your trailer. Once you can provide me with...
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  • Do Side Holes Need to be Drilled to Install Titan Zinc-Plated, Leverlock Brake Actuator
  • Yes, to install the Titan Zinc-Plated, Leverlock Brake Actuator # T47154107K you will need to drill holes that will line up with the mounting holes on the actuator.
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  • Should Disc Trailer Brakes be Added to Front or Rear Axle on a Boat Trailer
  • You can install disc brakes on just one axle. Install them on the rear axle which will prevent the back of the trailer from raising up if braking hard. I have included a link to the disk brake kits we have. To make sure one of these kits will fit, or to piece together a kit that will fit, I would need to know the inner and outer bearing numbers. I have included a link to a help article on adding disc brakes to a trailer that should also be helpful.
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  • Is a 7-Way Round Connector Used to Activate Surge Brakes on Boat Trailer
  • The surge brakes on your boat trailer operate completely independent from the trailer wiring/connector so there isn't a pin on the 7-way that activates the surge brakes. The wiring that your mechanic was speaking of is that used for an actuator with a reverse lockout solenoid, like part # T47154107K. In this case you would need to run a wire from the reverse light circuit to the solenoid so that you can reverse your trailer without the actuator activating the brakes of the trailer.
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