1. Trailer Brakes
  2. Dexter Axle
  3. Electric Drum Brakes
  4. 6000 lbs Axle
  5. 12 x 2 Inch Drum
  6. 14-1/2 Inch Wheel
  7. 15 Inch Wheel
  8. 16 Inch Wheel
Dexter Electric Brake Kit for 4 Bolt or 5 Bolt Flange - 12" - Left/Right Hand Assemblies - 6K

Dexter Electric Brake Kit for 4 Bolt or 5 Bolt Flange - 12" - Left/Right Hand Assemblies - 6K

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12" x 2" Driver's-side and passenger's-side electric trailer brake assemblies fit 6,000-lb axles. Mounting flanges have AL-KO/Hayes 4-bolt or standard 5-bolt pattern. Fit 14.5" to 16" wheels. Lowest Prices for the best trailer brakes from Dexter Axle. Dexter Electric Brake Kit for 4 Bolt or 5 Bolt Flange - 12" - Left/Right Hand Assemblies - 6K part number 23-105-106-09 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Dexter Axle Trailer Brakes - 23-105-106-09

  • Electric Drum Brakes
  • 6000 lbs Axle
  • 12 x 2 Inch Drum
  • 14-1/2 Inch Wheel
  • 15 Inch Wheel
  • 16 Inch Wheel
  • Dexter Axle
  • Manual Adjust
  • Brake Set

12" x 2" Driver's-side and passenger's-side electric trailer brake assemblies fit 6,000-lb axles. Mounting flanges have AL-KO/Hayes 4-bolt or standard 5-bolt pattern. Fit 14.5" to 16" wheels.


Features:

  • Electric brakes are easier to install and offer more user control than hydraulic brakes
    • Require only an electric brake controller (sold separately) - no actuator or hydraulic lines necessary
  • Adjuster plugs (included) cover access holes to keep dirt and grime out of the assemblies and off of the shoes
  • Left-hand (driver's-side) brake assembly, right-hand (passenger's-side) brake assembly, and mounting nuts included
    • Mounting bolts sold separately
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Dimensions: 12" diameter x 2" wide
  • Mounting flange bolt pattern: AL-KO/Hayes 4-bolt or standard 5-bolt
  • Wheel size: 14-1/2", 15" or 16"
  • Axle rating: 6,000 lbs


23-105-09 12" Dexter Electric Brake Assembly, LH - 6,000 lbs - 4-Bolt or 5-Bolt Flange

23-106-09 12" Dexter Electric Brake Assembly, RH - 6,000 lbs - 4-Bolt or 5-Bolt Flange





Video of Dexter Electric Brake Kit for 4 Bolt or 5 Bolt Flange - 12" - Left/Right Hand Assemblies - 6K

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




Video Transcript for Dexter Electric Brake Assembly Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Dexter Electric Brake Assembly for 4 Bolt or 5 Bolt Flanges for the right hand side and 6000 lbs axles. It is also available for the left hand side as well as a set.So here's what our electric brake assembly's going to look like once we have it installed. So, obviously, we have the wheel and the hub removed so you can see everything but the entire assembly's going to be a lot easier to install rather than having to just replace the shoes. We're not going to have to worry about dealing with the springs and remembering exactly how everything goes together because it's going to go on as a whole assembly.Our brake assembly's going to be a 12 by 2" brake assembly so it's going to fit wheels from 14-1/2 up to 16". It is designed to work with 6000 lbs axles. Now most hub and drum assemblies are going to be either using or a 4 or a 5-bolt design.

Now our brake assembly here can use either, so either way, if you have 6000 lbs axles with 12" brakes, these are going to be a perfect replacement. Now on the bottom of our assembly, if we come behind the magnet, we see that we're going to have this wheel. That's to adjust our brakes so we can make sure that the tension is proper on there.Now, I went ahead and pulled these two plugs out of the backing plate and it's going to give us an access spot so we can take an adjuster and get it in through our assembly and either tighten or loosen the brakes as needed.So whether you're replacing the brakes on your trailer because they're worn down or if you're upgrading to adding brakes to your trailer, these brakes are going to be a lot easier to install than hydraulic ones. With hydraulic brakes we're going to have to worry about running lines, having an actuator and a lot more. These, all we're going to have to do is mount them up, we'll have two wires that will hook into our wiring on our trailer and then we see a brake controller in our tow vehicle.But now that we've seen what our brakes look like and gone over some of the features, let's show you how to get them installed.

To begin installation, you're going to want to lift your trailer up, use some jack stands to support it so we can remove the tire. Once we have the tire removed, we're going to need to remove the grease cap on the end of the hub here. Typically, we'll take a hammer and we can just kind of tap it and we can take that cap off, but we don't want to damage it so I'm going to take a flat blade screwdriver and try and get that edge to come up a little bit. We're just going to work our screwdriver and pop the cap off.Behind the cap we'll have our castle nut and we should have some kind of keeper, maybe a tab like this or you may have a cotter pin. Either way, we're going to need to remove that keeper and move it out of the way of our castle nut so that we can loosen it up.

Once that tab is out of the way of the castle nut, then we can loosen it up and try to remove the castle nut. We'll pull the nut off and we're going to start pulling either the ring or cotter pin or whatever is holding it in place, we'll pull that off. Then, if you want, you can actually grab the whole hub and drum assembly and very carefully slide it out and that'll bring all the bearings and washers and everything else out and we can grab them before they hit the ground. The bearing may not come out that easily. Then we can pull the entire hub assembly off.With the hub removed, you'll notice that we're going to have a few nuts that are holding our brake assembly in place.

We're going to want to remove these using a 9/16 socket to pull those nuts off. We'll break them loose. Chances are most of them are not going to come off. A few of them might. That's because these are going to have a head on the back of the bolt so we may need to get a 9/16 wrench to hold the studs still.We want to remove the brake assembly but keep in mind there are wires that are going to it. So, we can cut the wires. I like to leave myself as much as possible so I'm actually going to cut them up here. I'll swing our brake assembly out of the way so we can get access to the wires on the backside. Now the reason why I like to leave myself as much as possible is because if our new brake assembly has shorter wires or anything that way, we know we have enough. We'll cut it and we can get rid of the old brake assembly.So we can grab our new brake assembly. Before I put it in place, I'm actually going to make my connections for my electrical. That way it's a little bit easier and I don't have to crawl on the ground to make these connections. So, I carefully set my brake assembly down and then I'm going to strip back the end of each one of our wires. You're going to want to grab some butt connectors. I'll slide it over our wire and we can crimp it in place. I'll do that for each one of the wires coming out of the axle.We can take our wires coming out of our brake assembly now and it doesn't matter which one we use, we just want to hook one wire to each one of these. Make sure it goes all the way into our butt connector and we'll crimp it down. I'll use a heat gun to shrink down my butt connectors but if you're using an open flame like a torch or a lighter, just be extra careful not to burn or char the wire or the connector.We're going to take our brake assembly and we're going to just line it up with the bolts in the back making sure that they all go through. I also want to be mindful of the wires. Since we do have a little bit of excess, we just want to make sure they don't get stuck on that mounting plate back there. Push all of our bolts through and put the ones back in if they fell out and we can loosely put all the hardware back in place. Just get it started by hand so we don't have to worry about the brake assembly falling down. We'll come back with a 9/16 wrench and socket and snug it all up.Now, whether we're replacing the hub or putting the same one back on, we want to make sure that we clean all this area really well. That's where our hub is going to be riding on and we don't want all this dirt, debris and other stuff to be on there. So clean it off really well.So we can grab our hub and drum assembly now and then we can just reassemble everything the way we took it off.That will finish up your look at the Dexter Electric Brake Assembly for 4 Bolt or 5 Bolt Flanges for the right hand side and 6000 lbs axles.


Customer Reviews

Dexter Electric Brake Kit for 4 Bolt or 5 Bolt Flange - 12" - Left/Right Hand Assemblies - 6K - 23-105-106-09

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (8 Customer Reviews)

12" x 2" Driver's-side and passenger's-side electric trailer brake assemblies fit 6,000-lb axles. Mounting flanges have AL-KO/Hayes 4-bolt or standard 5-bolt pattern. Fit 14.5" to 16" wheels.

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Now to the dexter electic brake kit this kit has everything you need to complet the job. They work great ! etrailer was very professional ask all the right questions. The hole job took 5 hrs. This is on a 37' toyhaular. Saved me over $500 just in labor. Thanks Again 470258



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Working flawless as advertised, the experience of finding the right parts to receiving them a few days later and most of all the piece of mind that my trailer is going to do what I ask, makes buying from e-trailer the way to go. 711101



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I replaced all ( 4 ) brake assemblies , they work great and were easy to put on. I also repacked the bearings and placed new seals. Everything still working good,thanks etrailer. 740061



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Very happy with the product and delivery The only thing better is you install the brakes 735437



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Perfect fit. Took less than 30 minutes to install for both wheels. I have more problems with Tinker Toys than I did installing these brakes. 732301



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Quick service on getting the items a pervert fit. I would recommend etailer to my friend's 695856



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Easy installation I am very happy with this product ,Sales people at etrailer.com are very knowledgeable and helpful 611926



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Thanks great help pic.is before will send after. 504135


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Ask the Experts about this Dexter Axle Trailer Brakes

  • Replacement Braking Assembly for Offset Four Bolt Brake Mounting Flange
    The Dexter Electric Brake Kit part # 23-105-106-09 is the only braking assemblies we have that will work with the offset four bolt brake mounting flange. The dimensions of these assemblies are 12" diameter x 2" wide therefore yes, will work with your existing drums. Unfortunately, the offset four bolt brake mounting flange is not very common so the list of compatible parts is very limited. If you would like to replace the hub/drum instead of using you old ones then you will want to...
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  • Will 12" Dexter Electric Brakes w/4 and 5 Bolt Pattern # 23-105-106-09 Fit in Place of Hayes Brakes
    It looks like your current brakes use the offset 4-bolt mounting pattern. Take a look at the picture I have included that shows the mounting pattern of Dexter Electric Brake Kit for 4 Bolt or 5 Bolt Flange - 12" - Left/Right Hand Assemblies - 6K Item # 23-105-106-09. If yours is the same then the brakes will fit. If not let me know what the bolt pattern is.
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  • Availability of 12 inch Brake Assemblies that Have 4 Bolt Mounting Pattern
    The Dexter brake assemblies part # 23-105-106-09 can mount to the AL KO 4 bolt mounting flange. If the upper mounting bolt holes are further apart than the lower bolt holes these assemblies will fit and work well.
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  • Replacement Bushings and Brake Assemblies for 6,000 lb Axles with 4-Bolt Brake Flange
    For your brake assemblies with the 4-bolt mounting flange, you will want the Dexter Electric Brake Kit for 4 Bolt or 5 Bolt Flange- 6K # 23-105-106-09. You will need one set for each of your 3 axles. If you need the mounting hardware the Brake Mounting Bolt for 12" Brake Assembly # 7-5 and lockwasher # 38LW along with nut # 38N are what you will need. For your bushings you will want the Two Piece Nylon Bushing - Qty 4 # SP05-080.
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  • Replacement Braking Assemblies for Dexter 8-133 Axle
    The only 12" braking assembly we offer with the four bolt brake mounting flange pattern is the Dexter Electric Brake Kit part # 23-105-106-09 which has an offset brake mounting flange pattern. If you have an offset brake mounting pattern and 2" wide brakes then these assemblies would be an exact replacement for you. However, if you do not have an offset brake mounting flange pattern and your brakes are not 2" wide then you would need to convert to a more standard 10 x 2-1/4" braking assembly...
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  • Availability of Trailer Brake Assemblies that are 12 inch Diameter and have 4 Bolt Mounting Pattern
    We do have the Dexter Electric Brake Kit part # 23-105-106-09 which is 2, 12 inch brake assemblies that can be mounted with a 4 or 5 inch bolt pattern. The 4 bolt pattern that is found on AL KO trailer axles.
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  • Recommended Brake Assembly 12x2 with 4 Bolt Mounting Pattern
    For your 12x2 electric brake assemblies, I recommend the Dexter Electric Brake Kit for 4 Bolt or 5 Bolt Flange - 12" - Left/Right Hand Assemblies # 23-105-106-09. These assemblies will fit your 4 bolt flange and will work well on your trailer. The mounting nuts are included but the bolts are not. If you need the bolts and lockwashers, I recommend # 7-5 and # 38LW. You may also want the brake adjustment tool # W80630 to install and maintain your brakes.
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  • Replacement Brake Assemblies and Hub/Drums for 7,000 lb Dexter Axles
    First let's set you up with the correct brake assemblies. For a kit that has both the left and right hand side you'll want the part # 23-105-106-09. Then for a hub kit that includes all of the needed bearings/seals etc. you'd want the part # 42866UC3-EZ if the seal diameter on your spindle is 2-1/4 inch. If instead the dimension is 2-1/8 inch you'd want the part # 8-219-4UC3-EZ which has the correct seal.
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  • Diameter of the Center Hole of the Trailer Brake Assemblies # 23-105-09 and # 23-106-09
    The center hole of the brake assemblies # 23-105-09 and # 23-106-09 measures 3-3/16 inches across. The kit for both of these is the part # 23-105-106-09 that you referenced.
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  • Brake Assembly Recommendation for 1985 Horse Trailer with 12 inch Brake Assemblies 4 Bolt
    Sounds like you have 12 inch AL KO axles and need the part # 23-105-106-09. If the upper bolts are slightly wider than the lower ones that is the correct kit you'd need.
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  • Recommended Replacement Brake Assemblies For Axle-12x2 Inch With 4-Bolt Mounting Flange
    I do not recommend drilling another hole on the back plate to make a 5-bolt flange out of your 4-bolt flange. This would not be safe and will weaken the overall integrity of the plate and axle. Also, the 4 holes of a 5 hole flange do not line up with the 4 holes of a 4 hole flange. Based on your information, it sound like you have an Al-Ko/Hayes axle. If this is the case then I recommend the Dexter Electric Brake Kit, Item # 23-105-106-09. This kit works with 12 x 2 inch brakes...
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  • Electric Brake Assembly for 12 Inch Hubs With 4 Bolt Mounting Flange
    There is one electric brake assembly that may be able to work for you, the Dexter Electric Brake Kit # 23-105-106-09. This kit fits standard 5-bolt mounting flanges or AL-KO/Hayes 4-bolt flanges; if you have this type of 4-bolt flange you would likely know it because the pattern is offset, with the upper mounting bolt holes spaced further apart than the lower holes. These brakes are rated for 6,000 lbs and come with the mounting nuts but would require Brake Mounting Bolts # 7-5 and Lock...
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  • 4-Bolt Pattern of Dexter Trailer Brake Assemblies 23-105-106-09
    I attached a picture that has the bolt pattern of the brake assemblies part # 23-105-106-09 that you mentioned. This is the standard offset AL-Ko style of 4 bolt pattern.
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  • Replacement Electric Brake Assemblies for 6,000 Pound Axle with 4 Bolt Mounting Flange
    I have good news! We do have 12 inch x 2 inch trailer brake assemblies for 6,000 pound axles that feature the 4 bolt mounting pattern that you are needing. For this, I recommend the Dexter Electric Brake Kit # 23-105-106-09. This kit includes two 12 inch x 2 inch electric brake assemblies for both the driver and passenger side. It is designed to mount to the 4 bolt flange on your 6,000 pound axle and will work with your existing 16 inch wheels.
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  • Can Trailer Brake Assembly part # 23-180 Replace # 23-105
    If the assemblies # 23-105-106-09 that you have are held on using 5 bolts instead of 4 the assembly part # 23-180 will fit as a replacement since it uses a 5 bolt mounting bracket and is 12 inches in diameter.
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  • Replacement Electric Brakes for 12" x 2" Drums
    To determine the brake assemblies that will fit your trailer, you need to know your axle's weight capacity, your brake's mounting flange bolt pattern and the inside diameter and depth of your hub, which you mentioned was 12" x 2" drum. If your axle was rated for 7,000 lbs and you had a 5-bolt mounting flange you could use the Dexter Nev-R-Adjust Electric Trailer Brake Kit - 12" # 23-464-465. For a 6,000 lb axle and 5-bolt mounting flange you can use the Dexter Nev-R-Adjust Electric...
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  • Mounting Hole Pattern for Dexter 12 x 2 Electric Drum Brake 23-105-09
    Most of our 12 x 2 electric drum brake assemblies like Dexter left/right kit # 23-112-113 use a 5-bolt mounting pattern but the Dexter brake kit # 23-105-106-09 has both 4-bolt and 5-bolt mounting holes. I went to our warehouse and measured the spacing of the 4 bolt holes. You can see this center-to-center hole spacing in the photo I prepared for you. Please note that we do have a brake in a similar size, 12-1/4 x 2-1/2, for a 7200-lb axle that uses a 4-bolt pattern. This is brake...
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  • Replacement Parts for Dexter Motorhome Axle 8-133
    The Dexter 8-133 axle according to my contact at Dexter is an old motorhome axle they no longer make. Their tech said the motorhome axles like what you have are designed for one time use so there are not compatible parts made for even replacement brake shoes, so unfortunately we can't help if you are using the axle for the original purpose on a motorhome. If you have transferred this axle to a trailer instead of a motorhome, which is popular to do, then you can replace both the hubs...
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  • Recommended Electric Trailer Brake Assembly for 6K Axles
    The brake flange for 3 inch axle tubes is the Redline Brake Mounting Flange for 3" Round Axle # 4-44-1 which has a 5 on 3-7/8 inch bolt pattern. This is the industry standard and I don't have anything like what your mentioned with 10 holes and 8-1/4 inches apart. For the brake assemblies you mentioned which are compatible with the 5 bolt flange listed above, I recommend the Dexter Nev-R-Adjust Electric Trailer Brake Kit - 12" - Left and Right Hand Assemblies - 7K # 23-464-465. For...
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  • Replacement Dexter 6K Electric Trailer Drum Brakes
    To replace your Dexter right-hand 6K electric drum brake 023-358-00 you can use part # 23-106-09. For a left-hand brake use part # 23-105-09. If you decide to replace both left and right brakes we offer both in a set as part # 23-105-106-09. These brakes fit both 4-bolt and 5-bolt brake mounting flanges. If you need mounting hardware you can use bolt # 7-5, lock washer # 38LW and nut # 38N.
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  • Replacement Hub/Drum and Braking Assemblies for 6K Dexter Axle Torflex EZ Lube Axles
    You are 99% of the way there! The Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # AKHD-655-6-EZ-K is the correct replacement for your 8-201 Dexter Axle Hub/Drum Assemblies # 8-201-9UC3-EZ with the exception of the grease seal that comes with it. The Dexter Axle option has a 2.125" ID while the etrailer option has a 2.250" ID so you just need to swap out those seals for part # RG06-090 and our hub/drum kit will match perfectly! The Electric Trailer Brake Kit # AKEBRK-7-SA replaces your Dexter Electric...
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  • Will Brake Assembly with 5-Bolt Mounting Pattern Fit 4-Bolt Mounting Pattern
    If your current brake assemblies have a 4-bolt mounting pattern then you likely need the Nev-R-Adjust Brake Kit # 23-468-469 (10") for 3,500 lb axles. Since the Brake Kit # 23-464-465 (12") that you referenced has a 5-bolt mounting pattern it will not fit as a replacement for your current brakes. If you need 12" brakes and you have a 4-bolt mounting pattern then we do have the Brake Kit # 23-105-106-09 but it is manual adjust brakes.
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  • Replacement Shoe and Lining Kit for Dexter 6K Braking Assemblies 023-357-00 and 023-358-00
    The correct replacement shoe and lining kit for your Dexter Manual Adjust 6K Braking Assemblies is the Replacement Shoe and Lining Kit for 12" Manual-Adjust Brake Assembly part # AKBRKR-S-12. These are a house brand that we offer and should work for you but if not your only other option would be to replace the entire assemblies with the Dexter Electric Brake Kit part # 23-105-106-09.
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  • 6,000 lb Hub and Drum Assembly Compatible with Dexter 12 Electric Brake Assembly
    Yes, the Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # AKHD-655-6-EZ-K is compatible with the Dexter Electric Brake Assembly # 23-105-09 because it is 12" diameter x 2" wide, as is the brake assembly so they will fit together perfectly. The brake assembly you referenced is just the left hand side and the right hand side is the Dexter Electric Brake Assembly # 23-106-09 or they can be purchased together as part # 23-105-106-09. These brake assemblies will require five of the Brake Mounting Bolt # 7-5...
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  • Electric Drum Brakes for 12,000-lb Big Tex Equipment Trailer
    To select new electric drum brakes for your Big Tex equipment trailer you'll want to confirm the trailer's GVWR or its axle capacity so you can choose brakes with the right amount of stopping power. For example, a 14K GVWR trailer such as their 20-foot Big Tex 14ET will use brakes for a 7K axle. For a trailer rated for 12K GVWR you'll use brakes for a 6K axle. You'll see all electric drum brakes on the page I linked for you. If you click on the 6000-lb axle rating you'll see brake sets...
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  • Available 12 x 2-Inch 6K-Rated Electric Trailer Brakes with 4-Bolt Mounting Pattern
    All of our 12 x 2-inch 6K-rated electric trailer brakes are shown on the linked page. Most of these use the 5-bolt mounting pattern but a few Dexter products include holes for BOTH bolt patterns, both 5-bolt and the 4-bolt Hayes/AL-KO pattern, parts # 23-105-09 (left) and # 23-106-09 (right). We also offer them as a set, part # 23-105-106-09.
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  • Replacement Electric Brake Assemblies for 2006 Keystone Cougar 5th Wheel Trailer
    If you have the standard 5 bolt flange then I recommend using the etrailer.com # AKEBRK-7-SA. These will self adjust so you don't need to do the routine adjustments to maintain the best braking function. If you want the standard brakes you manually adjust, then use # AKEBRK-6 and you can use the adjustment tool # W80630. AL-KO made a 4 Bolt flange for a while so if you have that then you will use the Dexter Electric Brake Kit for 4 Bolt or 5 Bolt Flange - 12" - Left/Right Hand Assemblies...
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