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Titan Disc Brake Kit and BrakeRite Electric-Hydraulic Actuator - Tandem, 3,500-lb Axle

Titan Disc Brake Kit and BrakeRite Electric-Hydraulic Actuator - Tandem, 3,500-lb Axle

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Change your trailer over to disc brakes for increased performance. BrakeRite actuator wires into your tow vehicle and sends a signal to activate the trailer brakes when those in the tow vehicle are applied. Lowest Prices for the best trailer brakes from Titan. Titan Disc Brake Kit and BrakeRite Electric-Hydraulic Actuator - Tandem, 3,500-lb Axle part number T4843800 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Titan Trailer Brakes - T4843800

  • Disc Brakes
  • 3500 lbs Axle
  • 14 Inch Wheel
  • 14-1/2 Inch Wheel
  • 15 Inch Wheel
  • Titan
  • 5 on 4-1/2
  • Brake Kit with Actuator

Change your trailer over to disc brakes for increased performance. BrakeRite actuator wires into your tow vehicle and sends a signal to activate the trailer brakes when those in the tow vehicle are applied.


  • All-inclusive kit has everything you need to switch your trailer over to disc brakes
    • 4 Disc brake kits
      • Hub-and-rotor assemblies
      • Grease seals, bearing protectors, races and bearings
      • Calipers with mounting brackets and hardware - attach to 4-bolt brake flanges
        • Hardware for attaching bracket to flanges sold separately
      • Hub/rotors and calipers are constructed of dacromet for superior corrosion resistance
    • BrakeRite electric-over-hydraulic brake actuator
      • Hardwires into tow vehicle and signals in-cab brake controller when brakes are applied, triggering pump and motor on actuator
      • Creates smooth, even braking with fast response time
      • Works with most in-cab brake controllers (sold separately)
      • Includes gel-cell breakaway kit with 2 batteries
    • Line kit with brake lines and fittings for a tandem-axle trailers
  • Disc brakes deliver better performance
    • Consistent stopping even at highway speeds
    • Shorter stopping distance than most drum brakes
  • Bolt-on installation - mounting hardware not included
    • Assembly required
  • Trailer coupler not included


  • Application: tandem-axle trailers
    • Axle capacity: 3,500 lbs
    • Wheel size: 14" to 15"
  • Overall rotor diameter: 9-3/4"
  • Bolt pattern: 5 on 4-1/2"
  • Brake flange configuration: 4 bolt
  • Hydraulic pressure of actuator: 1,500 psi
  • 1-Year warranty

Bearing, Race and Seal Information

  • Bearings
    • Inner bearing: L68149
    • Outer bearing: L44649
  • Races
    • Inner race: L68110
    • Outer race: L44610
  • Seal: RG06-050
    • Inner diameter: 1.719"
    • Outer diameter: 2.565"

Complete Kit Includes:

  • BrakeRite electric-over-hydraulic trailer brake actuator with gel-cell breakaway kit
  • (4) Hub-and-rotor assemblies with bearings, races, seals and bearing protectors
  • (4) Disc brake calipers with mounting brackets
  • Hydraulic line kit
    • (1) 12-27/32" Long flexible hose
    • (4) 17-3/4" Long, 90-degree flexible hoses with inverted flare fittings
    • (1)19' Long steel line
    • (2) 66" Long steel lines
    • (1) 30" Long steel line
    • (2) 17" Long steel lines
    • (1) 4-1/2" Long steel line
    • (5) Hose brackets
    • (5) Hose clips
    • (3) Tees with brackets
    • (8) Line-retaining clips

Disc Brakes

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.

BrakeRite Trailer Brake Actuator

Titan's complete disc brake kit makes the conversion easy. Designed for tandem-axle trailers, this kit includes not only the disc brake assemblies themselves - along with all the necessary lines, fittings and mounting hardware - it also contains the BrakeRite electric-over-hydraulic actuator.

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 wires into your tow vehicle and senses when and how you apply the brakes. An electrical signal is then sent to the in-cab brake controller 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.

Hydraulic Line Kit

Note: If you intend to run brake lines along the axles of your trailer to install disc brakes - as is often done for boat trailers - you will need 2 additional hoses (T4890700 - sold separately) and 2 extra hose clips (T0776400 - sold separately) with brackets (T0776300 - sold separately) to complete the installation.

Tandem Torsion Axle Brake Line Kit

  • (A) 12-27/32" Long flexible hose (T0777300)
  • (B) 17-3/4" Long, 90-degree flexible hoses with inverted flare fittings (T4890700)
  • (C)19' Long steel line (T4336000)
  • (D) 66" Long steel lines (T1086600)
  • (E) 30" Long steel line (T1061900)
  • (F) 17" Long steel lines (T1062200)
  • (G) 4-1/2" Long steel line (T1086700)
  • (H) Hose brackets (T0776300)
  • (I) Hose clips (T0776400)
  • (J) Tees with brackets (T0778500)
  • (K) Line-retaining clips (T0936600)

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Customer Reviews

Titan Disc Brake Kit and BrakeRite Electric-Hydraulic Actuator - Tandem, 3,500-lb Axle - T4843800

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (6 Customer Reviews)

Change your trailer over to disc brakes for increased performance. BrakeRite actuator wires into your tow vehicle and sends a signal to activate the trailer brakes when those in the tow vehicle are applied.

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After having the product arrive at my home and doing the inspection of parts, I soon started the process of assembly. It was very easy to do and handle on my own. The only reason I gave 4 stars is because I was sold the two battery packs, which I didn't need and now stuck with. For the first road test, I took a road trip /camping trip to Big Sur, along the California coast line. Some of the tight twist and turns have you down grade and on the brakes for a 15 mph hairpin turn, the braking worked famously, I am very pleased with the purchase and doing the install. I'll be starting my own v log, and will provide photos of the install, and have told all who are still using the standard brakes to come to the hydraulic side... I tow a 26ft toy hauler with a yukon xl. 426346

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Just got back from a test drive, and these brakes are the best trailer brakes I've ever used, and I've towed a lot of trailers over the years. They modulate well, and respond to the varying output of the brake controller in my truck exactly as one would expect. That said, there are some issues with the instructions (or lack thereof) included in the kit: 1) The install instructions for the hydraulic lines do not mention disc brakes at all, and the parts list doesn't match up unless you realize that you have a basic kit plus two additional kits all included in the bag. You have to use the install diagram as listed for tandem torsion axles, but there is no mention of this in the instructions. The picture included on the product web page is correct, but is not included with the kit. 2) There are no instructions for installation of the hubs and calipers. Info available in the Q&A on the etrailer web site says the caliper brackets go on with the offset facing out, but I had to install mine with the offset facing in to get the caliper frames centered the best (actually, a no-offset bracket would have been better for my install). I have EZ-Lube axles on my trailer, and it is very important not to drive the grease seal on the back of the hubs in too far, as doing so will result in the seal lip riding on or in front of the grease port on the axle, so grease will be forced out of the seal instead of forced through the inner bearing. I think the kit should come with an instruction or info sheet that addresses these issues. 3) One of the calipers had either a bad seat, or a bad bleeder screw, which caused a leak when I went to bleed the system. I ended up chucking the bleeder screw into a drill, spinning it, and dressing the tapered seat with a file to get it to seal without leaking. This was the only quality control issue I found. 4) The line kit has brackets that are designed to be mounted on a horizontal surface -- my trailer has only angle iron with the edge facing down, so I had to adapt my install to account for this. I ended up removing the brackets from the tee fittings, routing the lines through holes drilled in the angle iron, and cushioning the lines in the holes with short sections of rubber hose over the tubing held in the holes in the angle iron with zip ties on each side. 5) My F-150 has the factory brake controller, so I added the adapter that wires into the brake circuit on the trailer and fools the controller into thinking it's plugged into a trailer with electric brake coils at the wheels. It works great, but again, no instructions -- had to search the etrailer web site for the wiring diagram. Should be in the box with the adapter. All in all, this appears to be a reasonably quality kit (most of the brake parts are made in China), and after I chased down the missing instructions/install info, the install was pretty straightforward. The bad caliper/bleed screw threw me a curve ball, but once I got that sorted, I'm VERY pleased with my purchase. 159495

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Very complete kit (did have to fabricate bracket for batteries and controller). Works great, huge improvement over original drum system. 875557

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I waited a couple of weeks before sending in this review because I wanted to comment on the brakes and not just e trailers service. First of all e trailer has always gone the extra mile concerning their products and this was no exception. A couple of parts were lost in shipping and Greg was quick to make it right. Now for the brakes. Installation was a little slow but that was a least partly my fault. I did experience a couple of things that should be noted for a smooth installation. Note this is concerning the 3.5K 10 inch Titan Premier kit on a Dexter Axle. 1. The stock bolts on your drum brakes are too short to be used on the disk backing plate because its a lot thicker than the stamped steel backing plate on the drum brakes. The new bolts should be grade 5 or 8, 7/16-20 one inch or one and a quarter. The old nuts work fine. (see picture) 2. The brake line clips are marginal and I would suggest using rubber/metal clips for a more secure installation. (see picture) 3. Take a few minutes with solder and flux to secure the brass "t" s to their brackets otherwise they will come apart when your working with the brake lines. Once soldered they worked fine. 4. Make sure you're comfortable with a tubing bender and a double flare set. There are enough fittings but I ended up with an extra 6 or 8 feet of tubing. (my trailer is about 25 feet long) 5. Titan suggests mounting the calipers in the 2 or 10 o'clock position and that is not an option with a four bolt flange. So you can go 3, 6, 9, or 12 and 6 certainly won't work. Most of us are accustomed to seeing the caliper on the leading edge of the disk so we use the 3, 9 orientation. After I got it all together and bled it a couple of times I noted that the 3, 9 orientation didn't bled well. Since the day was getting late I elected to clamp the caliper into the 12 o'clock position and put it back into the 3, 9 position once it was bled. If I were to do it again I would have put the calipers in the 12 o'clock position to start with and saved myself a lot of "redo time". 6. You will need about 2 quarts of dot 3 brake fluid to install this system. One to fill the system and one to bled it, even if you recycle the fluid from the bleeder hose. Brake performance This is a new trailer but the drum brakes were marginal at best. Before you ask I checked all the drums for grease on the shoes and a solid electrical connection. If I had to stop quickly the front of the truck would dive as the weight of the trailer shifted forward. I knew that if I were in a panic situation I was going to rear end someone. With the disks the trailer and the truck stop as a unit. Haven't had it in the mountains yet but that is another plus with the disks - resistance to fading. At this point I would echo what others have said. "Electric drum brakes should be illegal!" 851592

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Great addition to my toy hauler. Never cared for the factory brakes when loaded. Easy install and now I can take it anywhere. Highly recommend this set up. 811715

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The disc brake kit works great and went on perfectly. We put it on a 2008 inForest River travel trailer double axel weighing about 6000 lbs. 357730


Ask the Experts about this Titan Trailer Brakes

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    For your Titan Disc Brake Kit with BrakeRite EOH actuator, the issue with the two trucks you are using is the factory brake controllers are not directly compatible with your actuator. You will need the Titan BrakeRite EHB Adapter for Ford/Chevy Integral Brake Controllers # T4846000. I've attached a video to assist. Your other option is to use a different controller like the Prodigy P2 # 90195 or if you don't want to change the factory integrated brake controller the Curt Echo # C51180...
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  • Replacement Brake Pads for Titan Premium Calipers for 10 Inch Brake Assemblies
    The Replacement Brake Pad for Titan or UFP 10" Disc Brake Assemblies - Qty 1 # T4870900 is not a fit for the Titan Premium caliper. We don't carry any replacement pads for that caliper, just the caliper with pads included # 225CAL. I was able to find the part number and it is 857-2500 for the set.
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  • Mounting Hardware for Installing Titan 10" Disc Brake Kit on Timbren Axle-Less Suspension System
    To attach the brake flanges and hub assemblies for the Titan Disc Brake Kit # T4843800 to your Timbren Axle-Less Suspension System like # ASR3500S05, you can use the Mounting Bolts and Hardware # BRKH10A. This kit includes the needed mounting bolts, nuts, and lockwashers for mounting two brake assemblies. I have attached an install video below that you might also find helpful.
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  • Recommended Kit to Add Disc Brakes to Trailer With 3,500 lb Axles
    There is a kit available that will give you everything you need, but it is important that you make sure you have a 4-bolt brake mounting flange, your bolt pattern is 5 on 4-1/2 and your spindle is compatible with inner bearing # L68149 (1.378" inner diameter), outer bearing # L44649 (1.063" inner diameter) and grease seal # RG06-050 (1.719" inner diameter). If you are unsure you need to use a digital caliper such as # PTW80157 and measure your spindle where the bearings and seal ride, as...
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  • Troubleshooting Brake Rite Actuator That Isnt Activating with P3 Brake Controller
    Your P3 Brake controller # 90195 needs to be put in electric over hydraulic mode to activate your trailer's brakes. On the SETUP screen, scroll down to brake type and press OK when Hydraulic is highlighted. It will then ask you to confirm. At this point, in the lower left hand of the display, there should be an H, for Hydraulic. This procedure is outlined on page 4 of the installation instructions, which I have linked for you in case you do not have them handy.
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  • How to Route Brake Lines on Travel Trailer Using 5 Flex Brake Lines Included in # T4843800 Kit
    There are a few different ways to route your brake lines. One method would take a minimum of 6 flex lines. You'd start at the actuator and go directly from the actuator to the steel brake line. The line would mount to the underside of the trailer, and would tee off at each axle. A flex line would lead from the tee to a hard line fastened to each axle, with a flex line on each end of the axle making the transition at each caliper. Four flex lines at each caliper, with two flex lines making...
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  • Does Titan Disc Brake Kit And Actuator Come With Oil Bath Or Grease Hubs
    The Titan Disc Brake Kit and BrakeRite Electric-Hydraulic Actuator part # T4843800 comes with Titan Disc Brakes that come with bearing protectors. The bearings still need to be greased with bearing grease like part # L11465 however the bearing protectors have a grease fitting to make it easier to grease the bearings. If all the bearings match up to your current oil bath hub then you shouldn't have an issue with the Titan Disc Brake Kit part # T4843800. You do want to make sure to wipe...
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  • Complete Disk Brake Kit With Breakaway Switch for a Tandem 3,500 lb Axle Trailer
    The only complete kit that we have which is made for a tandem 3,500 lb axle trailer is the Titan Disc Brake Kit # T4843800. This kit has everything you need to add brakes to your trailer. It uses an Electric-Over-Hydraulic Actuator which is compatible with a brake controller, like the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 # 90195, on your vehicle. This brake kit will fit on trailers with a wheel size of 14 to 15 inches. If your trailer has different size wheels, or if you would like to change your...
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  • Difference Between Titan Disc Brake Kits with Brake Rite Actuators T4843700 and T4843800
    The two kits are very similar with the only difference being the actuator included. The part # T4843800 comes with the standard versus severe duty actuator. The basic BrakeRite EHB and BrakeRite II SD units are the same, the difference is with the electronics and the severe duty model has been discontinued. The BrakeRite EHB has the ECB (electronic control board) built within the unit and has five wires exiting the housing. If not properly connected the unit will not perform properly...
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  • Differences Between Kodiak and Titan Disc Brake Kits
    Both of these manufacturers make excellent products and both products have received excellent customer reviews. The main difference is that the Kodiac Disc Brake Kit and Titan BrakeRite Electric-Hydraulic Actuator, # T4843800, which you referenced, comes with an EOH actuator. The Kodiak kit # K2HR35D does not have a brake kit with actuator available. For a comparable kit, you will need the following: Kodiak Disc Brake Kit, # K2HR35D - Qty 2 Titan BrakeRite Electric-Hydraulic Actuator...
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  • Does Kodiak Offer a Disc Brake Kit with Actuator Like the Titan Brake Kit # T4843800
    I can put together a brake kit for you that will be comparable to the Titan Disc Brake Kit and BrakeRite II SD Electric-Hydraulic Actuator (discontinued) or # T4843800. Kodiak does not have a brake kit with actuator available. This is most likely because they do not manufacture electric over hydraulic brake actuators. For a comparable kit, you will need the following: Kodiak Disc Brake Kit, # K2HR35D - Qty 2 Titan BrakeRite II Electric-Hydraulic Actuator Kit, # T4835700 - Qty 1 Titan...
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  • Replacement Rotor/Hub for Titan Disc Brake Kit Part T4843800
    In order to replace a rotor/hub that came with the Titan Disc Brake Kit part # T4843800 you will want to use the Titan Disc Brake Assembly part # T10HREKITBB which comes with everything that you need in addition to a new caliper and brake pads. This cannot be ordered without the caliper and brake pads unfortunately but this option will give you spare parts if needed which is never a bad thing to have on hand.
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  • Recommend Disc Brake Kit For 5,200 lb Tandem Axle Trailer
    I do have all the parts that you would need to install disc brakes on your 5,200 lb tandem axle trailer, but not as a kit. First, you will need the Kodiak Disc Brake Kit, part # K2R526S, which is a stainless slip-on disc brake kit. We also have a hub replacement disc brake kit, in a dacromet coating, part # K2HR526D. To use part # KSHR526D, you would need to pull apart your hub and make sure you have the correct bearings, races and seals. You will also need to have a 6 on 5-1/2 bolt...
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  • Parts Needed to Add EOH Disc Brakes to Tandem Axle Boat Trailer
    A great place to start on your project of adding electric-over-hydraulic (EOH) disc brakes to your boat trailer is the linked article which covers this process in detail. The article even includes links to each of the components needed; these include brake flanges on your spindles, hub/rotors that use the same bearings as your current hubs (to ensure they will fit your spindles) the brake assemblies, lines, EOH actuator, breakaway kit and for the Tundra a brake controller that is compatible,...
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  • Replacement 3,500 Pound Titan Disc Brake Assembly on Trailer
    The current replacement disc brake assembly for the Titan Kit you currently have is indeed the Titan Disc Brake Assembly # T10HREKITBB that the shop installed on your trailer. This kit includes the hub and rotor assembly, the cast iron caliper, the mounting bracket and hardware. The overall rotor diameter is 9-3/4 inches. The original/older model of this assembly is no longer available from the manufacturer. I did speak with my contact at Titan and was able to confirm that there is...
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  • Recommended Disc Brakes For 2016 Grand Design GD Momentum With Lippert 7000 lb Triple Axle
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  • Parts Needed to Convert the Titan Disc Brake Kit # T4843800 for a Triple Axle Trailer
    It is possible to get the same exact equipment included with the Titan Disc Brake Kit # T4843800 except for a triple axle setup. We pieced this kit together from other parts for our site. The kits include the following with the associated quantities: Titan BrakeRite Kit - # T4843800 (1) Titan Disc Brake Assembly - # T10HREKITBB (4) Titan Hydraulic Brake Line Kit - # T4830000 (1) Gel Cell Breakaway Kit - # T4822100 (1) To adapt it to a triple axle setup you will simply need to order...
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    To answer your last question first, for a replacement spindle that matches the dimensions you have that also has a brake mounting flange you would want the part # R20384EZ. The Titan Brake Rite Kit part # T4843800 would come with everything else needed and would fit the spindles you have on your trailer. The Titan actuator is a very nice unit that will work very well for you so we would recommend it. The only thing else you would possibly need is a brake controller compatible with...
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  • Drum to Disk Brake Conversion on Dexter Torsion Axles Towing with a 2006 F-350 with OEM Controller
    There are a few things you will want to check out before ordering the Titan Disc Brake Kit and BrakeRite Electric-Hydraulic Actuator, item # T4843800. First, check the axle capacity of each axle and make sure it is 3,500 lbs. Next, check that the bearings in your hubs are # L68149 inner and # L44649 outer bearings. Next, check the brake mounting flanges on the trailer, they should have a 4 bolt square pattern with 2-7/8 inches between the bolt hole centers. Finally, check the wheel size...
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  • Switching from Hydraulic Surge Brakes to Electric Over Hydraulic Disc Brakes on a Boat Trailer
    First, you may not need to replace the coupler at all. In most cases you can still use the surge coupler it just won't actually do anything with the brakes after switching to electric over hydraulic. And its even better if you are able to lock out the actuator so you don't get the clunking of the actuator during starts and stops. Since you have a Maxbrake brake controller I would go with the Carlisle HydraStar, # HBA16, since it is confirmed to work with that brake controller without...
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  • Disc Brake Kit for a Grand Design Travel Trailer with 5,000 Pound Lippert Axles
    You likely have 5,200 pound de-rated axles. You can check the bearing numbers stamped into the sides of the bearings in one of the hubs on the trailer now to help determine what will fit. Most likely they use inner bearing 25580 and outer bearing 15123. For a disc brake kit that uses these bearings I recommend # K2HR526DKG. This is a kit for one axle so if you need brakes on both axles you would need 2 kits. For bearings you would need 4 of inner bearing # 25580, 4 of outer bearing...
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  • Electric Over Hydraulic Disc Brake System for 1997 Eagle Triple Axle Boat Trailer
    Our suppliers don't offer a triple axle disc brake kit, but the next best cost effective option would be to use an existing kit and add to it. Assuming your current hubs use a # L68149 inner bearing, # L44649 outer bearing and a 10-19 seal, part # RG06-050 and a 5 lug on a 4-1/2 inch bolt circle, I'd recommend the following parts. I'd recommend beginning with the Titan Disc Brake Kit and BrakeRite II SD Electric-Hydraulic Actuator, part # T4843700, which includes the plug and play EOH...
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  • Electric Over Hydraulic Disc Brake System for Dexter D35 Axles on 2002 Arctic Fox Model H
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  • Electric Over Hydraulic Disc Trailer Brakes with 6 on 5-1/2 Bolt Pattern
    We have disc brakes for a 6 on 5-1/2 bolt pattern but the rest of the kit will need to be pieced together. I have included a link to all of the disc brake options we have with a 6 on 5-1/2 bolt pattern. For a brake line kit, if needed, we have # DM5425. For an electric over hydraulic actuator you can use # T4813100 which is the same one that is in kit # T4843800. I have included a link to our help article on the parts needed to add electric over hydraulic disc brakes to a trailer.
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  • Can Existing Brake Lines Be Used When Changing Surge Brakes To EOH Brakes On Boat Trailer
    The Titan Disc Brake Kit, part # T4843800 you referenced is designed for 3,500 lb tandem axles, and includes the brake lines. I would love to tell you that you will not have to replace any of the brake lines but you will not know if the brake lines you currently have installed will have the same fittings needed for the # T4843800. If they have the same threaded fittings then you should be good to go. The master cylinder you have currently will not be used. everything is in the brake actuator...
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  • Which Trailer Electric Over Hydraulic Actuator is the Best
    For the absolutely best performance and reliability you can't beat the HydraStar electric over hydraulic actuators. We have found that they are the most reliable, react the fastest and just in general work the best. For just the actuator you would want part # HBA16 but if you wanted a kit that has brake lines and a breakaway kit you would want the part # CAR-HBA16-2. Then for your hubs and rotors # K2HR35D. I also attached a link to a page that has a guide that will walk you through...
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  • Tandem Axle 5,200 Brake Rite Disc Brake Kit Recommendation
    I do have all the parts that you would need to install disc brakes on your 5,200 lb tandem axle trailer, but not as a kit. First, you will need the Kodiak Disc Brake Kit, part # K2R526S, which is a stainless slip-on disc brake kit. We also have a hub replacement disc brake kit, in a dacromet coating, part # K2HR526D. To use part # KSHR526D, you would need to pull apart your hub and make sure you have the correct bearings, races and seals. You will also need to have a 6 on 5-1/2 bolt...
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  • Is the Factory Brake Controller on 2017 Ford F-250 Compatible with Electric Over Hydraulic Brakes
    I took a look at the online owner's manual for your 2017 Ford F-250 Diesel and it does state that the integrated trailer brake controller is compatible with electric-over-hydraulic brake assemblies. You should not need to add any additional parts or adapters to the truck for the controller to work well with this braking system. I have attached an article on installing electric-over-hydraulic brake assemblies to a trailer that you might also find helpful. This article details all the...
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  • Recommendations For Replacement And Upgrade Parts For A 2007 TrailManor 3326 Travel Trailer
    Based on the information you sent me, your 3,500-lb trailer axles probably have the common inner bearings like Item # L68149 and outer bearings like Item # L44649. I do not know the bolt pattern of your wheels but the most common patterns are 5 on 4-1/2 and 5 on 5, I will make recommendations for all based on these bearings sizes. I have attached an article on "how to measure bolt patterns" in case you need it. For a 5 on 4-1/2 bolt pattern with 10 inch diameter, I recommend Trailer...
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