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Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit

Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit

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The same quick-response braking that you get with the original BrakeRite actuator is now faster and easier to install. System combines the consistency of electric brake controllers with the power and effectiveness of hydraulic disc brakes. Call 800-298-8924 to order Titan brake actuator part number T4835700 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Titan products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit. Brake Actuator reviews from real customers.
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Titan Brake Actuator - T4835700

  • Electric-Hydraulic Brake Actuator
  • Disc Brakes
  • Titan

The same quick-response braking that you get with the original BrakeRite actuator is now faster and easier to install. System combines the consistency of electric brake controllers with the power and effectiveness of hydraulic disc brakes.


Features:

  • Electric-over-hydraulic brake actuator mounts on trailer and plugs into the 7-way trailer connector
    • Electric current runs to control module when tow-vehicle brakes are applied
    • Signal triggers pump and motor on actuator, activating trailer brakes
  • Control module is compatible with most in-cab brake controllers
    • Brake controller (sold separately) is required to send signal from tow vehicle to trailer when brakes are applied
  • Pump-and-motor-based system increases response time compared with traditional hydraulic actuators
    • Trailer brakes are triggered when you apply brakes in tow vehicle, as opposed to when trailer pushes against hitch ball
  • Electronic, proportional pressure valve ensures that braking is smooth and effective
    • Controls braking pressure during long-term braking
  • Fluid reservoir is isolated and has diaphragm-type filler cap to prevent spills and leakage
  • Control board is fully enclosed in trailer-mounted module
  • Integrated, weather-sealed connectors make installation a snap
  • Quick, easy connecting every time with plug-in harness
  • Potted hybrid circuitry provides dependable service even under adverse conditions
  • BrakeRite II, control module, wiring harness, breakaway switch and breakaway battery harness included (battery sold separately)


Specs:

  • Application: disc brakes
    • Compatible with drum brakes when used with optional reducer (T4844100)
  • Vehicle requires an in-cab electric brake controller and 7-way (blade style) trailer connector mounted near bumper (sold separately)
  • Ford and GM trucks with factory brake controller require adapter (T4845900)
  • 1-Year warranty


With a faster response time and more proportional braking than traditional, surge-type actuators, the BrakeRite is perfect for nearly any towing application from light to heavy duty. The system works with most in-cab brake controllers to sense when and how you apply the brakes in the tow vehicle. An electrical signal is then sent to the control module to trigger the actuator's pump and motor. Brake fluid is released and sent to the trailer brakes to activate them. The result is real-time braking that, thanks to the electronic proportional valve system, is also smooth and controlled.

BrakeRite SD Control Module

The Severe-Duty (SD) kit has nearly everything you need, from the BrakeRite II actuator itself to a self-contained, remote-mounted control module. Even an electronic breakaway switch, complete with battery harness, is included. And the user-friendly design simplifies installation even further by including wiring harnesses and weather-sealed connectors for simple plug-and-play setup.





4835700 Titan BrakeRite II Severe Duty Electric-Over-Hydraulic Actuator






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Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit - T4835700

Average Customer Rating:  4.4 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)

The same quick-response braking that you get with the original BrakeRite actuator is now faster and easier to install. System combines the consistency of electric brake controllers with the power and effectiveness of hydraulic disc brakes.

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Will work great on our truck. 439412



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works as designed the plug had to be devided as not adaptable for fifth wheel woud recomend other unit which has every thing build inside as to only have to run 4 wires 334461


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I had to upgrade my fifth wheel to a motorhome do to my wifes disability how ever every thing worked out just fine fo the short time I used it.
Roy - 01/22/2018

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Really happy with how this system works 311409



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This is so easy to install you can not mess it up even if you tried. The plugs will only plug into the plug it goes to. The only issue I had was the manual I got said that the batteries that you order for the breakaway switch should ground to the trailer. I contacted Titan and they said that I got a old manual and they no longer recommend trailer grounding and emailed me a current manual. I think for the price they should send out updated manuals. The hardest part of the install is routing the wires to make it look like a clean install because it is so much wiring. It stops my 5,000lb boat like it is nothing. 170267


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I would like to add a update about this system. My boat trailer wound up submerged in 6 feet of saltwater for 3 hours and I just knew it was toast. I got the the trailer home and washed it down with fresh water and the only thing I have had to replaced is the connector the comes from the batteries to the control unit. I have put 700 miles on the trailer without issue. The brake fluid had no saltwater in it and stayed sealed. This is one TOUGH unit
-- comment by: Scott - 09/18/2015

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Installation instructions are weak. Evidently I am going to have to have a mounting plate manufactured to mount the unit. I can not mount the unit till I get the weight distribution hitch so that I can be sure that one doesn't interfere with the other. There is little to no information on the internet to help with the installation. No visible information on the manufacturer's web site. 139379


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My experiences are similar. Beautiful wiring connections but very difficult to installI advise against this kit for following reasons:1. The kit includes a several foot long pigtail to install between truck 7 prong connector and pigtail connected on RV. A very short three wire connector comes off of the pigtail. It is too short to connect to the controller so I will cut it off Nd splice it into longer wires. Will discard the new pigtail which would just get in the way.2. In spite of being called severe duty I was shocked to see that the controller box is not sealed against the weather. I will seal it before installing.3. Of necessity, the entire installation will be several feet from the kingpin and underneath the RV. This will require the splice I mentioned before and direct connection to wires from the RV pigtail. I cant imagine how the Titan folks thought this could be installed on an RV with kingpin with the wiring they provide.4. The breakaway switch wiring will also have to be extended.The plug and play design does not deliver on its promise. I recommend you save yourself some money and buy the Brakerite EHB that has just five wires coming out of it to manage.
-- comment by: Hadlock - 09/19/2014

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Thanks for your feedback, but this system is traditionally used on traditional hitch/bumper pull style of electric over hydraulic trailers. This is why the wiring lengths are not ideal for your application.

-- Rachael H - 9/24/2014

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Ask the Experts about this Titan Brake Actuator

  • Troubleshooting Weak Brakes with Ford Factory Brake Controller and Electric Over Hydraulic Brakes
    The issue you are describing may be related to the factory brake controller in your 2012 Ford F-350 and its compatibility with the electric over hydraulic actuator you have on the trailer. For example, the Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Actuator # T4835700 will require a separate adapter # T4845900 for it to work well with 2006.5-2012 Ford trucks. The adapter will allow for proper communication with the factory brake controller and regulate the amperate to an appropriate level. If you...
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  • Brakes Locking up When Using BrakeRite II Electric Over Hydraulic Actuator
    Thanks for all that information and based on everything you said, I think you hit the nail on the head. If everything is working fine right now after your customer turned down the aggressiveness of his brake controller when using the Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit # T4835700 there is no reason to think it was anything but too high of a setting on the controller.
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  • Titan BrakeRite II Not Working with 2019 Ford F-350
    The most likely culprit here is going to be the 12 volt power circuit on the 7-way of your 2019 Ford F-350. What we find on the newer F-Series trucks is that the circuit is not active when the vehicle is turned on. You need to either have the trailer connected or go through the on-screen setup and turn on the tow/haul feature in order for the 12 volt power circuit to activate. Therefore, I recommend checking the 7-way trailer connector on your F-350 for power. If the 12 volt circuit has...
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  • Does Wiring Need to be Added to Install Titan Brakerite II SD on Trailer
    The Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit # T4835700 that you referenced does have some features to it that help make it install easier, but in reality when you are adding EOH brakes to a trailer there is quite a bit of involvement to install everything that's unavoidable. It's not unusual to have to add length to the wiring like in our install video that I attached to this page as well. I also attached a wiring diagram for the kit for you to check out as well.
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  • Availability of Replacement Control Module for Titan Brake Rite SD
    We do have a replacement controller box for a Brake Rite SD. It is Replacement Remote Mounted SD Control Module for BrakeRite II, part # T4834200. I have included a picture of the control module for your reference and a link to helpful article on brake controllers.
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  • Where Do I Run the Wiring for BrakeRite II SD Electric-Hydraulic Actuator in Titan Disc Brake Kit
    The only hardwire connection that will need to be made for the Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator in the Titan Disc Brake Kit, # T4835700, is to a 12 volt DC battery with a minimum rating of 10 amp hours. All of the other components in the system use plug-in connections and connect to each other. I am including a diagram that shows how this system is set up which is very similar to the kit # T4843800. This system will not have any affect on your trailer's...
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  • How To Use Factory Brake Controller On 2011 Chevy Truck With Electric/Hydraulic Trailer Brakes
    If you have the Titan BrakeRite Actuator on your 2011 Chevy, then you will be able to use the Titan BrakeRite Adapter for your Chevy integral brake controller. You will need to get the correct adapter to fit the BrakeRite actuator that is on your vehicle. The Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Actuator # T4835700 will require the Titan BrakeRite SD Adapter # T4845900 and the Titan BrakeRite EHB Actuator # T4813100 will use the Titan BrakeRite EHB Adapter # T4846000. If you do not have...
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  • Converting Military Trailer W/ Air Assist Hydraulic Drum Brakes to an Electric Over Hydraulic System
    From a price, performance and reliability standpoint, I would recommend the Carlisle HydraStar Electric Over Hydraulic Actuator for drum brakes, part # HBA-10. You would also need a breakaway kit like the # 50-85-313 offered by Tekonsha as well as an in-cab brake controller that is electric over hydraulic compatible, like the Tekonsha Prodigy P2, part # 90885 or the P3, part # 90195. Both controllers are electric over hydraulic compatible, but the P3 is a bit more user-friendly for those...
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  • Can Electric Over Hydraulic Brake Actuator Be Fully Submerged
    I spoke with my contact at Titan about the BrakeRite II # T4835700. He confirmed that they do not recommend completely submerging the BrakeRite. I also spoke with Dexter Axle to see if their Electric Over Hydraulic Brake Actuators, # K71-651, can be submerged. They confirmed that their actuators are not designed to be fully submerged. Though also not recommended to be submerged, the most likely contender to hold up to being fully submerged is the Hydrastar Marine Grade Electric...
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  • 2011 GMC Sierra Factory Brake Controller Not Working with BrakeRite SD Even with Adapter
    You may need to adjust the output setting on the factory brake controller on your 2011 GMC Sierra HD. I also assume that the adapter you are using is # T4845900 which is the correct model to plug in with the BrakeRite SD system # T4835700. The blue wire from the back of the controller and the blue wires with the SD system should have continuity, yes, so when your brake controller is putting out power on that blue wire there should be power on the SDs blue wires as well. It is possible...
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  • How Does a Trailer Brake Controller Sense when a Trailer is Connected on a 2011 Chevy Silverado
    Aftermarket brake controllers send a small amount of voltage along the brake output wire, if a trailer is connected, the magnets in the brake assemblies will create a power draw. This power draw tells the controller that a trailer is connected. The integrated brake controller in your 2011 Chevy Silverado could possibly work in the same manner. I do not have much experience with them to say for sure. What I do know is that integrated brakes controllers often have trouble with electric...
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  • Can Synthetic Brake Fluid be Used in a Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator
    Yes, DOT 3 synthetic brake fluid would work just fine in the Titan Electric Over Hydraulic Actuator part # T4835700 that you referenced.
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  • Parts Needed to Install Disc Brake Kit on a 2014 Sabre 39 ft Trailer
    As far as a disc brake electric over hydraulic actuator made by Titan the BrakeRite part # T4835700 is the only solution that Titan offers. This would work well for you. The disc brake kit part # K2HR712 that you referenced would work well with the bearings # 25580 and # 14125A that would be required to install. Since you have an integrated controller you would need the adapter part # T4845900 as well. You have everything then with the part # T4830000 for a brake line kit and part...
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  • BrakeRite II SD Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit # T4835700 on 2012 GMC Sierra with Factory ITBC
    We are often asked about how to bypass the factory-installed integrated trailer brake controller (ITBC) in the GMC Sierra and other vehicles. The ease of use and reliability offered by the Tekonsha P3 # 90195 make this a popular option to bypass a factory-installed brake controller. Based on customers experiences I suggest you go for the P3. I have linked an article that covers the process for installing an aftermarket controller in your vehicle. There are four or five blunt-cut wires...
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  • Compatibility of Titan BrakeRite II EOH Actuator Kit T4835700 with Dodge Factory Brake Controller
    The Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit # T4835700 will work with a Dodge Ram factory brake controller IF the controller has the option of an OEH (electric-over-hydraulic) setting. Since I do not know the model year of your truck and controller I suggest you check over the controller's menu screen to see if you can select EOH operation. If so, then you're good to go. If you do not have the option for EOH operation on your factory controller I suggest you replace...
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  • Is it Possible to Install Surge Actuator and Electric over Hydraulic Actuator Installed on Trailer
    That we are aware of no, there isn't a way to have a surge actuator connected to your brake lines plus an electric over hydraulic actuator. The best option I could recommend would be to get a reliable electric over hydraulic actuator, install it correctly and you should be fine. The actuator we have found to be the most reliable that we offer is the Carlisle HydraStar Electric-Hydraulic Actuator for Disc Brakes # HBA16.
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  • BrakeRite II SD part # T4835700 Pressure Rating
    The psi rating for the Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit # T4835700 that you referenced is 1,600 psi as that's the correct rating for disc brake applications. To use this with lower PSI drum brake applications you'd need the part # T4844100 which is a pressure reducer.
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  • Is Brake Contoller Adapter Needed to Use Electronic-Over-Hydraulic Brakes with GM Factory Controller
    Yes, you will need a brake controller adapter to use electric-over-hydraulic brakes with your 2017 GMC 1500 that has the factory brake controller. If you have a Titan system you'll want the Titan BrakeRite EHB Adapter # T4846000 or for the HydraStar you'll need the HydraStar Electric Over Hydraulic Actuator Adapter Module # HBA-CAM.
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  • Parts Needed To Convert Trailer Brakes From Surge Hydraulic To Electric-Over-Hydraulic
    I just looked at the instructions for your Tekonsha Sentinel brake controller and under the Important Facts To Remember section, fact # 7 states the controller cannot be used with Electric Over Hydraulic brake systems. To install an EOH system on your 1997 Eagle Tri-axle trailer, I recommend the Tekonsha P2, part # 90885, or the Tekonsha P3, part # 90195 for your 2004 Chevrolet Avalanche 2500. Both of these controllers will work with either electric or electric over hydraulic brake...
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  • Mounting Hole Pattern Dimensions for Control Module of Titan Brake Rite
    I went out into our warehouse to get the mounting pattern dimensions of the module of the Brake Rite part # T4835700. From left to right they are all 6-3/4 inches apart. From the top holes to the bottom holes they measure 2-3/8 inches apart. From the top holes to the middle holes measures 1-1/4 inches.
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  • Will an Air Utility Brake Control work with an Older Analog Proportional Controller
    I have something that will work is compatible with electric over hydraulic actuators. It is the Hayes Air Actuated Trailer Brake Controller # HA100400C. I also spoke with Titan and they haven't tested the BrakeRite II SD # T4835700 with the older style hydraulic actuated brake controllers like your Warner part 1300-76 so they cannot confirm compatibility. I spoke with my contact at Warner and your current controller is not compatible with electric over hydraulic actuators. I highly...
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  • Will Titan BrakeRite II Electric Over Hydraulic Brake Actuator Work on 2016 Land Rover Range Rover
    As long as you have a 7-way trailer connector and a brake controller the BrakeRite II # T4835700 will work for you. Electric over Hydraulic brake actuators are not vehicle specific. They install on the trailer and receive a signal from the brake controller through the trailer wiring harness to engage the brakes.
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  • Why Does Breakaway Kit of Titan Electric Over Hydraulic Actuator Require Wiring to Battery
    Breakaway kit by law need to be able to hold the brakes of a trailer for a specific amount of time so that the trailer would be effectively stopped in the case of an emergency uncoupling. You could wire this kit to your trailer battery as it most likely has the power to activate the system, but straight to the 12 volt circuit of the trailer wiring wouldn't be ideal since that power would get shut off if wiring came disconnected. Which would happen if the trailer uncoupled on the highway.
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  • Does Titan BrakeRite II Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit # T4835700 Require a Brake Controller
    The Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit # T4835700 does not actually have any type of accelerometer. You will need to use a brake controller compatible with electric over hydraulic actuators like the very popular P2 # 90885 which has an EOH setting with this system installed in your tow vehicle. This proportional brake controller has an accelerometer built into it to sense the correct amount of braking power to send to the trailer. There used to be an RF version...
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  • Should the Titan Electric Over Hydraulic Actuator Run Continuously if the Breakaway Pin is Pulled
    If the breakaway pin is pulled then the electric over hydraulic actuator, such as # T4835700, will pump fluid back to the brakes to stop the trailer. The pressure would already have been built up in a real-world scenario. But if you pull the pin the unit will run continuously until either it is shut down manually (by inserting the breakaway pin or key in the switch) or the battery runs out of power (note: the unit should not be run dry for more than 10 seconds). This is explained in...
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  • Does the Module of BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Actuator Kit Have to Mount In a Certain Orientation
    The module of the Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit # T4835700 that you referenced does not require you to install it in any orientation. It is not like a proportional brake controller that requires mounting in a certain orientation to operate. Speaking of brake controllers though, you will want to go with a controller that is compatible with electric over hydraulic actuators like the part # 90885,
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  • Will Brake Lines On Titan Disc Brake Kit Part # T4843200 Work On Titan BrakeRite II Part # T4835700
    The Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit part # T4835700 is designed for use with surge disc brakes. The disc brake calipers and brake lines currently on your trailer are compatible with this actuator. Depending on the location you mount the new actuator, you may need to purchase a new brake line that corresponds to the length discrepancy if mounted in a different location than the brake line ran to your current actuator. I've linked our brake lines in case...
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  • Does the Titan BrakeRite II Connect to the Coach Batteries or the Tow Vehicle
    The batteries on the coach are not going to be connected to the Titan BrakeRite II Actuator Kit # T4835700, and it will instead receive power from the 12v feed coming from your tow vehicle via the 7 way plug, so the state of the batteries on the coach won't have any effect when using this setup. I've linked an installation video of the BrakeRite II system that you can have a look at, as well.
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  • Difference Between Titan BrakeRite Electric-Hydraulic Actuator for Disc Brakes 4834100 & 4813100
    The difference between the two Titan BrakeRite electric over hydraulic actuators is actually pretty simple. The Replacement Electric-Hydraulic Actuator for Titan BrakeRite II Systems - Disc Brakes # T4834100 is a direct replacement for the Severe Duty kit, the Titan BrakeRite II Severe-Duty Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit # T4835700. So if that is the kit you have, that's the replacement you need. You will know if you have the Severe Duty Kit if you can unplug the actuator as opposed to...
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