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Titan Premier Disc Brake Kit - 10" Hub/Rotor - 5 on 4-1/2 - Dacromet - 3,500 lbs

Titan Premier Disc Brake Kit - 10" Hub/Rotor - 5 on 4-1/2 - Dacromet - 3,500 lbs

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Complete single-axle disc brake set offers better performance and increased stopping power for your trailer. Includes 2 hub-and-rotor assemblies, 2 calipers and 2 mounting brackets, all Dacromet-plated for superior corrosion resistance. Lowest Prices for the best trailer brakes from Titan. Titan Premier Disc Brake Kit - 10" Hub/Rotor - 5 on 4-1/2 - Dacromet - 3,500 lbs part number T2HRCM10DAC can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Titan Trailer Brakes - T2HRCM10DAC

  • Disc Brakes
  • 3500 lbs Axle
  • Hub and Rotor
  • 14 Inch Wheel
  • 14-1/2 Inch Wheel
  • 15 Inch Wheel
  • Titan
  • 5 on 4-1/2
  • Brake Set

Complete single-axle disc brake set offers better performance and increased stopping power for your trailer. Includes 2 hub-and-rotor assemblies, 2 calipers and 2 mounting brackets, all Dacromet-plated for superior corrosion resistance.


  • Disc brakes deliver better performance
    • Consistent stopping even at highway speeds
    • Shorter stopping distance than drum brakes
  • Lower maintenance costs than for drum brakes
    • Fewer moving parts to repair or replace
  • Set includes 2 hub-and-rotor assemblies, 2 calipers, 2 mounting brackets, races and bolts
    • Hardware for attaching bracket to flanges sold separately
    • Brake lines, grease caps, seals and bearings sold separately
  • Dacromet plating for increased durability - great for saltwater applications
    • 500-Hour salt-spray rating


  • Fits:
    • Axle capacity: 3,500 lbs
    • Wheel size: 14" to 15"
  • Bolt pattern: 5 on 4-1/2"
  • 3-Year warranty

Bearings, Races, and Seal Information

  • Bearings
    • Inner bearing: L68149
    • Outer bearing: L44649
  • Races
    • Inner race: L68111
    • Outer race: L44610
  • Seal: RG06-050
    • Inner diameter: 1.719"
    • Outer diameter: 2.565"

Please note: Disc brakes require a higher line pressure (1,500 psi) than standard drum brakes (1,000 psi). To achieve this pressure, a brake actuator with a 1,500-psi rating is required.

An increasing number of trailer owners are switching over to disc brakes, and with good reason. Disc brake calipers have only one moving part, as opposed to the many moving parts you find with drum brakes. This means that with disc brakes there are fewer parts to maintain, fewer parts to get damaged and fewer parts to repair or replace, thus reducing the cost of maintenance.

Performance increases as well. Disc brakes deliver consistent braking even at highway speeds, unlike drum brakes, which often show a substantial drop in braking torque at higher speeds. In addition, disc brakes offer a much shorter stopping distance than drum brakes.

10HRAKIT Titan Premier Disc Brake Axle Set

Video of Titan Premier Disc Brake Kit - 10" Hub/Rotor - 5 on 4-1/2 - Dacromet - 3,500 lbs

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

Video Transcript for Titan Premier Disc Brake Kit Installation

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the Titan Premier Disk Brake Kit offering a 10-inch hub and rotor with the five on four and a half bolt pattern and the dacrement 00:00:06 finish. These have been designed for use with 3,500 pound capacity axles. Part number is T2HRCM10D8C. Now the biggest advantage to going from, Well this trailer didn't have any brakes to start with but either adding brakes to a trailer that doesn't have 'em or upgrading from the drum style. We're gonna be superior braking performance. Disc brakes work much more effectively than what drum brakes do.

This is gonna add a huge safety factor to your system, give you a lot more braking power back here, and get everything slowed down much more quickly then what you would with the standard drum brakes setup.Now this system's designed to work on your 3,500 pound axles and it's gonna use a four bolt brake flange here on the back. The rotor diameter is gonna be nine and three quarters of an inch. As you can see it is a ventilated rotor so we're gonna quickly dissipate the heat that builds up during braking. That's gonna help to prolong the life of our system and it's also gonna help maintain that braking force.The great advantage to having disc brakes over the drum style brakes are gonna be your highway braking performance. At highway speeds, the disc brakes have the same amount of braking force as they would at low speeds.

Whereas with drum brakes, they tend to lose their effectiveness at the higher speeds. We've got plating on the rotor and also on the caliper that's gonna help prevent any kind of corrosion or rusting. These marine application, that can really come in handy.To begin our installation, we need to get our old hub assembly off of the trailer. So we're gonna take our lug nuts off and wheel and tire first. Now I'll knock the dust cap of the end, typically a rubber mallet is gonna be your best bet.

Just gonna turn your hub as you tap then it'll come off. Now we wanna clear some of the grease outta the way there and expose the cotter pin. Pair 00:02:17 a needle nose, pull those down straight, and get a hold of it up here and pull it on out. If it's stubborn, side cutters will give you a little bit better bite on it. But if you have to use side cutters, you wanna get a replacement cotter pin to go back in.On this particular application, there's just a little cap that goes over the nut to keep it from backing out so we'll take that off.

Then we can use some slip joint pliers and we will remove the nut end behind there. Now all of this stuff we've just taken off, we're gonna hang to with the exception of the dust cap for the hub but we wanna hang on to the nut here. We wanna hang on to the washer behind it and that keeper for the nut. Like I said, we'll have to replace the cap of it. If we pull out just a little bit on the hub there, we'll see our bearing in behind there but in front of it, there's this little washer. We're gonna hang on to that as well.Now we can take the inner, outer bearing hub and seal off and set it aside. We'll just clean all of the old grease off the spindle. Now you wanna look your surfaces here, the flat surfaces for any kind of damage, any kind of dents. Any kind of . Anything that shows that you've had bearing failure in the past. We can see this one's nice and smooth on both the surfaces here, up here where our seal goes is nice and smooth and out here so it's in good shape. No worries at all in putting this one back together.Now the only place there's gonna be old grease left in this setup is inside the spindle. This is an easy loop spindle. So I'm gonna use marine grease and I wanna pump that old grease out of there as well. We'll just do that until it's same color as our blue marine grease. But since we'll be using bearing buddies instead of the typical easy lube, we'll take the grease zerk 00:04:18 out of each end. We'll use a five-sixteenth's inch socket or ratchet and get those removed.Next we'll get our caliper bracket's put into place. Now this trailer, of course, didn't have brakes to start with so we need to provide our own hardware to attach these. We're gonna use part number BRKH10A and that's gonna give us a bolt, a lock washer and nut, eight times. So we'll have enough to do both the passenger side and the driver side. We'll pass those through and put the lock washer on and then our nut. If you'll look on the flange, you'll see those little tabs stick out. That's gonna be our centering rings so we wanna make sure that we have the caliper bracket lined up on those and then we'll get it tightened down. We'll snug it up and then torque it down. For the bolt side, you'll use a five-eighths, for the nut you'll need an eleven-sixteenths. With that one attached, we can head over to the other side and we'll repeat the same process.Now we're ready to load up our disk with the bearings and the seals that we'll need. The inner bearing, we're gonna put it on the backside of the disk here, away from the lug nuts. It sits right in here on a race 00:05:46 located inside. Those two angles are gonna match up, with use they marry together and that's gonna give us our rolling surface. Now we wanna get these packed with grease before we put 'em in there. This is a marine application so we're gonna be using marine style grease. If it's just a regular application, non-marine, you can use just the high speed grease. I would start on the larger side. There's a little gap between the inside, the outside there. You're gonna shove grease up into that gap til we see it coming outta the top.Now if you have a bearing packer or something like that, you can use that as well, and we'll wanna do that until we see it come outta the top there. See those couple beads of grease. That means the grease is gone all the way through the bearing. Now we just rotate it a little bit and continue that all the way around. We're gonna do that for both of our inner bearings. We'll show you how to put in the seals. Now we just slide that in and to get our seal in place, you wanna place it on the backside of our disk. Then we're gonna use either a seal driver, like this one. This is part number PTW83020, give you several different sizes.We're gonna use the second to largest or have a block of wood that's gotta a nice flush end on it. Just want to set it down on there and then start driving your seal evenly down in. Now the block of wood makes it a little more difficult to see. Just wanna get seal driver lined up here, just getting our seal in place. Have that so that it's flush with the back side of our disk there. We'll do the same thing for the other one. Now we'll slide that right on our spindle. Make sure it goes in and feel the stop point there. Now we can pack our outer bearing.Now the outer bearing, we'll pack it just the same way we did it on the inners. Now our outer bearing is going to slide in. You want that to go around the spindle. Now just avoid getting any grease on the disk surface itself. We'll have that in there. We wanna put our washer back in. See that little flat spot That goes to the flat side of the spindle. Now we're gonna thread our nut back on. We're gonna tighten that down. We wanna seat our bearings in there. You'll feel the tension on the disk increase. Once you've felt that, back off just a touch. Then you need to pull in and out. That's just gonna insure that you don't have any end play. As long as that's nice and secure, put our keeper over the nut, and place in our cotter pin. Now you can reuse your cotter pins if they came out properly. If not, just replace them with a new one. Now we go over to the other side and do that exact same thing.Now we'll get our calipers installed. You can see they're gonna be pre-loaded with the pads. These are really nice automotive grade pad. Ad you can see they're gonna have a champered 00:08:58 edged on each side. That's to help any of that chatter that we sometimes get that leads to noise. Also, they're gonna be slotted there. Again, to help with the noise and allow any dust out of there that might be produced.These are ceramic pads. They're gonna give you great stopping power. Now we'll get our calipers installed into the brackets using the caliper bolts. Now depending on your trailer setup, the link between that hole and the frame of the trailer might not allow you to slide it in there. If that's the case, what I'm gonna do is just remove the bottom shackle bolt here so we can lower that axle down a little bit, get our caliper put in place, and we'll raise it right back up into position.Now that we've got that supported from underneath, both sides, now we'll just lower that down. It'll allow that to come down a little bit. We'll get in there and attach our hardware. Now we'll slide our caliper over. We'll line up the holes in the caliper's with the threaded holes in the back of the bracket. Another thing you wanna keep in mind is the direction that the fitting comes off of the back of the caliper. Originally this caliper had a 90 degree fitting. That would put our brake hose right over here and it would be susceptible to hitting the frame. So what we've done is we've replaced this. Now these fittings come in three different configurations, either in 90, a 45, or a straight. We're using a straight. Your trailer might need a 45. It might be able to use the 90 so just be sure you have clearance between where that brake line's going to come out in the frame of the trailer. The fitting that you need is a one-eighth NPT to a three-sixteenth inch flare. Now we'll do the same thing for the other side and get our axle raised back into position.Now we've got our rubber line ran up here, we're gonna get this attached to the fitting there in the back of the caliper. This one will slide in the tube and then thread in the flange behind it. Then with the three-eighths, we'll be able to tighten that up.Now with all of our lines hooked up, we'll remove the cap on top of the actuator. We'll fill up the reservoir with that three or four brake fluid. You wanna be sure to use fresh brake fluid so that it hasn't had any opportunities to soak up any moisture. Once that's full, we'll put our cap back on. We need to manually operate the actuator here at the front. Now to operate the actuator, you want some form of lever and you're gonna place that lever in your safety chains. You hook 'em together. If we bring that up, you can see we can push in on our lever, that'll slide our coupler to slide into the actuator, and it's just like pumping the brakes.Now with the help of an extra set of hands up front, we wanna pull the cap off the top bleeder screw. Now we'll have 'em hold the pressure on our actuator while we loosen our bleeder screw. When we do that, brake fluid is gonna come out so we recommend using a bottle with a hose attached to it. There's a little bit of brake fluid in the bottom you can see there. It's just so we can see the air coming out. At a point the air is gonna quit coming out and it's just gonna be brake fluid. That means this caliper will be bled. We're starting the furthest from the actuator and the brake line routing 00:12:33 so we'll do the passenger side and then the driver side. Just place that right over the top of that bleeder screw, and then your brake fluid should go in the bottom. you can see some of the fluid's starting to come out and you just wanna go a couple times and ensure that you don't have any air bubbles at all that come through.Now with everything properly bled, you're gonna put your bleeder cap back on the screw there. Make sure your reservoir is topped off and you're ready to put your tires back on.That's gonna complete our look at the Titan Premier Disk Brake kit, part number T2HRCM10DAC.

Customer Reviews

Titan Premier Disc Brake Kit - 10" Hub/Rotor - 5 on 4-1/2 - Dacromet - 3,500 lbs - T2HRCM10DAC

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (16 Customer Reviews)

Complete single-axle disc brake set offers better performance and increased stopping power for your trailer. Includes 2 hub-and-rotor assemblies, 2 calipers and 2 mounting brackets, all Dacromet-plated for superior corrosion resistance.


Replaced drum brakes with these and have had nothing but trouble free trailering since. Kit was not very hard to install. Online video helped and just a little mechanical knowledge made this conversion easy. After a year and a couple thousand miles of trailering my boat these brakes look and perform like new. 566887


The parts arrived as expected. Installation was easy, once the hard brake lines were changed to fit. Knowing that there are additional parts, such as, a different brake actuator, a reverse lockout solenoid, flexible brake lines, retainer brackets, vehicle and trailer electrical connectors and wires, would be needed for converting surge brake drum brakes to disc brakes, would have been helpful as a "complete" conversion kit. This would have made this a weekend project instead a 4 week project. Really looking forward to finishing this project by this weekend after the last of the parts get here. John, Kyle, Robert, Diana and Noah were all very helpful in getting me the correct parts. 563870


Easy fit ant super fast delivery. All parts as expected. However, calculate that when you operate in salt environment that it will still only last around 6 to 7 years as I found out. 729290


Had to buy the axle kit as my 4 year old Titan rotors cracked and replacement rotors were NLA. These are thicker which is how they should have made the cracked cheapass rotors in the first place. I had to hunt down grease seals as they didn't come with it. Also, no instructions were included so had to look up bolt torques on the Net. There was an interference issue so I had to notch out the flat Ubolt plate under the leaf springs to make clearance for the head of the long bottom caliper bolt, then it went together OK. Only time will tell how well these hold up. I would not have had to change the discs and calipers if the Titan ones I had didn't develop cracks in them. 665271


Great so far. I have not pulled the boat yet. Fits great on 2003 x30 662400


The Titan Premier replacements for my old Titan standard disc brakes are very good. See my review of these brakes under the "bearings" review, where I thought I was addressing the brake installation due to the picture below the review box! I can highly recommend them. 650833


Brakes seem to be doing fine. 607665


everything went according to plan. parts fit perfectly no problem. my enclosed trailer weighs around 7000 lb. I have a lawn care co. and do a lot of driving with it and its tremendous stopping power pulled me out of a jam several times I had already put Titan disk brakes on my trailer 3 years ago and I had no problem with the installation. no problem with maintenance or the operation , the brakes work much better than electric brakes that I would recommend them to anyone that runs a trailer all the time to consider retro fitting their trailer with these. 580440


These are to replace Titan brakes I installed to replace the original drum brakes on my boat trailer These seem improved over the first set. Easy to install, as long as you are a good mechanic with all needed tools. I like the straight forward install, nothing out of the ordinary. 570765


The sales person took the time to make sure my order would fit my trailer Axel and that I had all the parts needed for my rebrake. She is a great person to work with thanks for all the help and patience. 561405


I want to thank etrailer. It all started with ordering the wrong parts because I didn't ask questions. A call to customer service and they set me straight. Installation was easy and my boat trailer was on the road again. etrailer has the best pricing and quick delivery. My boat trailer is used routinely in salt water and the brakes need to be redone every 2-3 years. The local marine shop used to replace my breaks and charge big bucks. Thanks to etrailer, I can redo them easily at half the cost. 558521


I launched the boat off this trailer today for the fist time in ten years. The new brakes, actuator, tires, and wheels worked. Minor issue- the low quality of workmanship of the wheels (it took a lot of lead to achieve dynamic balance). Perhaps an English language instruction manual with three axis drawings would help. 556383

Still functional
Denny - 08/21/2019



After discovering my existing trailer brakes are locked up and the calipers are seized, I realized I needed a new system all together. I put these Titan brake parts on my Heritage boat trailer that carries my Baja 272. These parts fit my 3570lb Dexter axles perfectly and assembled with ease. The biggest issue I found was that the kits do not come with bolts that secure the caliper brackets to the axle mounding flanges. I ended up buying 16 7/16x14-1.5 inch corse thread zinc coated grade 5 bolts. The brackets centered on my axle nicely utilizing the centering lugs on the axle. My trailer required quite a bit of brake fluid to get these calipers to bleed out and pistons to extend all the way to plan to purchase a large bottle of brake fluid. Overall I am satisfied with these parts 510879


Order arrived earlier than expected. Parts exactly as described. Fit perfectly and went on easily. 450267


Items shipped and recieved in minimal time easy installation product looks to be of superior quality and looks like follow on maintenance will be easy. Longevity will be tested in saltwater environment. 397840


Great kit, easy to assemble 273364


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