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  8. 14-1/2 Inch Wheel
  9. 15 Inch Wheel
Electric Trailer Brake Kit - 10" - Left and Right Hand Assemblies - 3,500 lbs

Electric Trailer Brake Kit - 10" - Left and Right Hand Assemblies - 3,500 lbs

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Driver's-side and passenger's-side electric brakes measure 10" x 2-1/4". Brake pads are made of durable friction material for improved braking and longevity. E-coated backing plates resist rust. Fit 13" to 15" wheels. Lowest Prices for the best trailer brakes from etrailer. Electric Trailer Brake Kit - 10" - Left and Right Hand Assemblies - 3,500 lbs part number AKEBRK-35 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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etrailer by AxleTek Trailer Brakes - AKEBRK-35

  • Electric Drum Brakes
  • 3500 lbs Axle
  • 10 x 2-1/4 Inch Drum
  • 13 Inch Wheel
  • 14 Inch Wheel
  • 14-1/2 Inch Wheel
  • 15 Inch Wheel
  • etrailer
  • Manual Adjust
  • Brake Set

Driver's-side and passenger's-side electric brakes measure 10" x 2-1/4". Brake pads are made of durable friction material for improved braking and longevity. E-coated backing plates resist rust. Fit 13" to 15" wheels.


  • 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
  • Automotive-grade friction material is molded to brake shoes
    • Pads are fully bonded - not riveted - to shoes for long life and more braking torque
    • Less chance of cracking and crumbling that can lead to mechanical lockup, thanks to tapered edge and circular grinding
  • Periodic manual adjustment required
    • Fine-tooth brake adjustment gears allow for a more precise setting
  • E-coated backing plates resist wear and corrosion
  • 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 bolts included
    • Nuts and lock washers (BRKH10B) sold separately
  • QAI and CSA certified


  • Application: most standard hub-and-drum assemblies, including Dexter, Lippert (LCI), and AL-KO
  • Dimensions: 10" diameter x 2-1/4" wide
  • Mounting flange bolt pattern: 4 bolt
  • Wheel size: 13", 14", and 15"
  • Axle rating: 3,500 lbs
  • Limited 1-year warranty

Manual-Adjust Brakes

With repeated use of these brake assemblies, the brake shoes may move out of alignment, causing less efficient braking performance. To keep the brake shoes aligned and the brake assemblies performing correctly, you should perform routine maintenance.

These brake assemblies should be adjusted after installation and then as needed for the life of the brakes. To adjust the brakes, use a brake adjustment screw tool (sold separately) to turn the adjustment gear on the inside of the assemblies. Continue to turn the gear until the drum surrounding the brake catches on the brake pads enough so that the hub can no longer be turned easily by hand. Then reverse the gear by about 10 clicks. A properly adjusted brake should drag slightly on the brake drum.

Thoroughly Tested for Safety

These brake assemblies meet the requirements for certification by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA). The CSA creates standards, which when complied with ensure a safe and quality product. These brake assemblies underwent extensive testing to measure stopping distances when braking. These brakes have also been tested by QAI for braking performance in a complete automotive setup and under real-world conditions to provide the most realistic scenario for the everyday driver.

Automotive-Grade Friction Material

Each shoe on these brake assemblies is lined with automotive-grade friction material for improved stopping performance and longevity. The friction material is fully bonded onto the surface of the brake shoe. This lining is custom-molded for a perfect fit. The edges are tapered to ensure long-lasting performance. This taper, along with the circular grinding that the lining undergoes, helps to prevent cracking and crumbling. This durability helps to prevent mechanical lockup, which can occur when brake shoes are excessively worn or broken.

The friction material is also SAE-N certified, which means that it is an environmentally safe product that complies with California and Washington regulations regarding the composition of brake pads. As a result, this material not only provides high-performance braking that can endure the test of time, but it is also environmentally friendly and safe for use throughout the United States and Canada.

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Video of Electric Trailer Brake Kit - 10" - Left and Right Hand Assemblies - 3,500 lbs

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

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Electric Trailer Brake Kit - 10" - Left and Right Hand Assemblies - 3,500 lbs - AKEBRK-35

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (683 Customer Reviews)

Driver's-side and passenger's-side electric brakes measure 10" x 2-1/4". Brake pads are made of durable friction material for improved braking and longevity. E-coated backing plates resist rust. Fit 13" to 15" wheels.


Purchased 4 electric brake backing plates, good quality, good price, fast shipping. Here is the trailer that the plates are on. 543907


Well hello, I dont do many reviews but I will have to say that the people at etrailer are very nice and very easy to deal with and they know there business for sure , I havent installed my parts yet and they arrived dead on time and I knew every step the parts made along the way to me . So far I am very pleased and that is hard to do with me as 99 percent of the time nothing is ever the way suppliers say it going to be until now with etrailer , very nice job guys and thank you and I will be installing everything this weekend and will do another review and will have some pics along the way, And by the way thank ou for keeping the prices affordable for us out here in the field trying to keep our equipment rolling and safe , with your prices no reason to be able to do just that , again great job guys . 484854


Brakes function as would be expected. 610828


Got a pair of electronic brakes looks great product got it to replace my old hydraulic brake system that was not working . Product came ready to install no missing pieces. 467531


Great fit easy to replace and excellent communications with e-trailer following placing my order. Big thumbs up. Saved nearly $200 over local parts shop for parts alone. 560354


I don't have any problem with the brakes they seem to be of good quality. the problem is with the packaging and shipping. when I opened the box the brake shoes, springs and adjusters were all loose and scattered inside the box. luckily all the parts to reassemble the brakes were there. Not what I expected. I think you should find a better way to package heavy parts 552280


Two of the brake assemblies were knocked out a whack when I receive them. I would have expected nuts to come with them to bolt them on. They came quickly. 496370

Occasionally during shipping/handling, the brake shoe actuating arm that the magnet is attached to can get moved out of position. Usually, it can be pretty easily moved back into place, it you havent been able to do this, please let us know. The mounting hardware nuts and lock washers are sold separately as part # BRKH10B
Mounting Hardware for 10" Brake Assemblies
as is mentioned in the brake kits product description.
-- Mike L - 04/15/2018



Normally I buy Dexter parts for my trailer which have always been of high quality. This product was disappointing to say the least. The mounting studs on the backing plate were not seated and the bearings appear to be of poor quality. Really wish I had invested more and stuck with Dexter. 372417


I love etrailer . how to directions . thumbs up all the way. Thanks etrailer 425163


Good quality - item/s do not come with any install hardware - although you can purchase a separate hardware kit for more $$ though - and thats somewhat annoying......other then that they work as advertised 617438


E every fit except one of beari g race didnt fit but bearing good 516071


Products were shipped in a timely way, arrived in perfect condition; thanks to etrailer staff I was able to have some guidance on which products I needed for my application and I received all the correct parts. Installation was also made much easier thanks to videos and literature from etrailer. It's now been a year since I've installed these brake assemblies; as far as functionality is concerned, they seem to be braking effectively. The only issue I have is that they squeal like no tomorrow, mostly during low-speed braking. From what I've read this is often caused by dust gathering along the shoes, and could also be caused by glazing of the surface of the shoes from excessive heat. To be honest I'm a bit surprised though that they are squealing as much as they are, considering I've only put 1,000-1,500km on them. I will have to pull the drums off and have a look to see if I can blow out the dust and/or scuff up the shoes a bit to remove any glazing. Disappointed though because my old shoes which I replaced never squealed. Time will tell how they hold up in the long run, but for now it's 3/5 621597

Other than the brake dust you mentioned, poor contact between the brake magnet and the armature surface of the brake drum can cause squealing. When brake assemblies are replaced, the armature surface of the drum should be closely examined for grooves, pitting or discoloration. Any of these can prevent good contact between the magnet and the drum. Even if the drums and assemblies are replaced at the same time, its recommended that the trailer brakes be burnished-in. This can be done during a test drive by applying the brakes 20 to 30 times to decrease the speed by 20 mph. For example, once reaching 40 mph use the manual override to slow down to 20 mph. Once at 20 mph, release the manual override and travel about a mile to allow ample time for brakes to cool and repeat the process again. You will need to repeat this process 20 to 30 times. This allows the brake shoes and magnets to slightly wear-in to the drum surface.
-- Mike L - 04/12/2019



I'm surprised with how fast my products arrived. The packaging was very good also. Everything fit perfectly and I look forward to doing business with etrailer again. Thank you very much. 541593


Products arrived quickly after ordering, products were packaged for shipping very well all parts went in to trailer perfictly. Price and customer service outstanding. Would order from etrailer again 563404


Perfect form, fit and function on my old box trailer. 435840

Everything is great! Just had our Band Boosters order new wheels and tires from etrailer!
Darrell M - 09/24/2018



Received product in very timely manner. However, one of the assemblies was in pieces. Had to assemble the brake adjuster and spring. Every thing else satisfactory. Took a lot of time for me to get assembly together. etrailer is a good place to buy trailer parts. 433207


Brake adjuster was not assembled on the Ebrake assembly. I did have to take time to assembly this is why I give the order three stars. Received the order fast. Overall the product seems to be good quality. etrailer has great customer service. 461527


I bought a used 16 ft flat bed trailer and the trailer brakes never worked right. I took them apart several times and checked all connections. Found no real problems. Finally ordered a pair of new brake kits for under $$ and now they work like a charm. I should have done this right away 360714


Easy to install good quality a lot better than the surge brakes that were on it 425432


everything fit no problems so far 749359


Stacey is very good at her job and knows the products. I received just what I wanted in a timely manner. I was glad that everything was in good condition even though the boxes were heavy damaged. Would recommend heavier duty boxes for shipping, and Stacey was very nice to talk to. 746344


Best price on economy hubs to my door. Dust caps fell of on first trip on 2 of 4 hubs. I replaced with 2 of the old ones i kept. Minimal problems for the price. 735866


Plug and play assemblies. 730368


The product was timely sent and received. The brake apparatus appears suitable for my repair efforts. 726273


Worked great to turn a old hydraulic drum brake to an electric brake system on an old boat trailer that was converted to an ATV trailer. I’ve had them on for over a year now with about 2000 miles on the conversion, everything is great. Good stopping power and they install was easy. etrailer helped me measure to get the correct drum and bearing since they were an oddball size. 725209

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    The Electric Trailer Brake Kit - 10" - Left and Right Hand Assemblies - 3,500 lbs # AKEBRK-35 will bolt onto the standard brake flange like # 4-35 that is 2-7/8 inches on center and 4 inches diagonal on center. I've attached a photo to assist. The bolts will be 7/16"-20 and the Mounting Hardware for 10" Brake Assemblies # BRKH10B will give you the necessary lock washers and nuts compatible. The holes range from 15/32 to 1/2 inch.
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  • 10 Inch Electric Trailer Brakes with Parking Brake Feature
    There are only a handful of brake assemblies that have the provisions to add a parking brake and # AKEBRK-35 or # AKEBRK-35-SA do not have that feature. Dexter electric brake assembly kit # K23-086-087-00 does have the ability to add a parking brake feature. I have linked a video review of this set for you. The parking brake levers are at the backs of the assemblies. You can attach cables to those and run the cables to a lever to engage/disengage the brakes manually. I have also included...
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  • Replacement Brake Assemblies for Hayes Old Style 10 x 2-1/4 Electric Trailer Brakes
    The Electric Trailer Brake Kit - 10" - Left and Right Hand Assemblies - 3,500 lbs # AKEBRK-35 will be great replacements for your Hayes assemblies. They will not require new hubs/drums. For a similar self-adjusting assembly that requires less maintenance, you may want to consider the # AKEBRK-35-SA that will also be perfect replacements. These require adjusting only at install and will self-adjust after that to keep your brake shoes working at their best.
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    For the Electric Trailer Brake Kit - 10" - Left and Right Hand Assemblies - 3,500 lbs, # AKEBRK-35, the replacement shoes will be the Replacement Shoe and Lining Kit for Manual Adjusting 10" Electric Brake Assembly - 3,500 lbs, # AKBRKR-S-10. The replacement shoe kit will replace one brake assembly. Two kits will replace on axle.
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    The Electric Trailer Brake Kit - 10" - Left and Right Hand Assemblies - 3,500 lbs part # AKEBRK-35 may be the assemblies you need based off the weight capacity of 3,500 lbs. To be sure you want to make sure your existing assemblies are 10" in diameter and your wheels are either 13", 14" or 15". If all of that matches up these assemblies will work well for you.
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    If you need to find the size of the correct replacement braking assembly for your boat trailer you will need to remove the trailer hub and measure the inside contact patch with the shoes which you can see in the attached photo. You will also want to make note of how many bolts hold the braking assembly to the axle. The most common two are the Electric Trailer Brake Kit part # AKEBRK-35 for 3,500 lb axles with a four bolt brake mounting flange or the Electric Trailer Brake Kit part # AKEBRK-6...
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  • Nuts and Lockwashers for Mounting Etrailer.com Electric Trailer Brake Kit # AKEBRK-35
    The etrailer.com Electric Trailer Brake Kit # AKEBRK-35 referenced in your question does not include the nuts and lockwashers for mounting the assemblies to the trailer. For this hardware kit, you can use part # BRKH10B. This kit includes 8 nuts and 8 lockwashers for mounting two brake assemblies. I have attached a short video demonstration on the kit that you can also check out.
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  • Installing Electric Trailer Brakes To Replace Hydraulic Brakes
    To convert your hydraulic brakes to electric, you will start with the hub/drum diameter. Your brakes will either be 7 inch or 10 inch for that capacity. You can reuse your hubs if they are in good shape just use some brake cleaner to make sure they are really clean before installing your new brake assemblies. For 10 x 2-1/4 inch hubs, I recommend the Electric Trailer Brake Kit - 10" - Left and Right Hand Assemblies - 3,500 lbs # AKEBRK-35 or the self-adjusting # AKEBRK-35-SA. If...
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  • Mounting Bolt Pattern of Brake Assembly AKEBRK-35
    The mounting bolt pattern of the brake assembly part # AKEBRK-35 that you referenced is 2-7/8 inch by 2-7/8 inch like what you see in the picture I attached.
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  • Troubleshooting Electric Brakes That Do Not Work
    It sounds like you may not have wired everything like it should be, particularly the ground wires. Each brake assembly is going to need to have a pair of wires coming out of it, with both having ground wires that are attached to bare metal surfaces on your trailer frame. Then run a power wire to your trailer brakes and connect it to the wire which was not grounded (on either of the brakes) and run another wire from the power wire on that brake to the brake on the other side of the axle....
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  • How to Measure Hub/Drum to Determine Size of Replacement Brake Assembly for Jayco Tent Trailer
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  • Troubleshooting Electric Brakes that Wont Fully Disengage and Heat Up Drum Assemblies
    There are a couple of things that may cause what you are stating. If you have checked the power draw with a multimeter like # BTMT15 and see the brake power isn't fully disengaging, then I recommend cleaning the ground connection to the magnet and cleaning the connection between the trailer and the vehicle with sand paper or steel wool. Those pins can have corrosion that causes power to jump pins and may give you that constant draw. Once clean use dielectric grease # 11755 to keep moisture...
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  • Why Aren't Trailer Brake Assemblies and Hub/Drums Sold Together
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    The humming sound you hear from your trailer's electric drum brakes is a good sign. It means that the brakes' magnets are being energized by the output from the trailer brake controller in the vehicle. The issue with the brakes not applying pressure to the drums could simply be a matter of adjustment, or it could have another cause. Drum brakes like # AKEBRK-35 have an adjustment device called a star wheel that is located near the bottom of the magnet. Please refer to the picture I prepared...
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  • Are the Nuts for the Electric Trailer Brake Kit Part # AKEBRK-35 Included
    The nuts that are used to attach the Electric Trailer Brake Kit part # AKEBRK-35 to the brake mounting flange on your axle are not included. You would need to purchase them separately using the Mounting Hardware for 10" Brake Assemblies part # BRKH10B. These nuts will need to be torqued down to between 45 and 50 ft lbs.
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    Yes, as long as you have a 3,500 pound axle with 10 x 2-1/4 inch hubs the etrailer.com Electric Trailer Brake Kit # AKEBRK-35 that you referenced will fit and work perfectly. It is not required to have Dexter brakes on your Dexter axle. In fact the etrailer.com assemblies feature a thicker brake pad material that is cut (instead of "snapped) during the production process that results in a cleaner, crack free edge that helps to extend the life of the pads. One other thing you will just want...
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  • Troubleshooting Electric Brakes On Tandem Trailer That Are Pulsating
    It actually sounds like something may be loose in the brake drum somewhere. If you have taken the wheel and hub off and nothing is obvious, I recommend adjusting the brakes manually as shown in the attached video. If you adjust the brakes and still have the same problem I recommend testing the brake magnets to make certain they are working correctly. I have attached a link to a helpful article that explains how to test the magnets. If everything checks out after testing and adjusting...
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    It sounds like the electric brakes on your trailer aren't working when stepping on the brake pedal but are working when using the manual override on the brake controller. If this is the case then the first possible cause might simply be how you are testing the controller. Many trailer brake controllers are proportional, which means they power the trailer brakes based on the deceleration of the tow vehicle. If you have a proportional controller and are testing the brakes with the tow...
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  • Does Brake Assembly Set # AKEBRK-35 Come with Nuts and Hub/Drums
    The Electric Trailer Brake Kit # AKEBRK-35 comes with studs to mount the assemblies to the spindle mounting flange but does not come with drums or nuts for the assemblies to attach. For nuts to secure this to your spindle you'd want the kit part # BRKH10B. For a pre-greased and ready to install hub/drum that would fit same axle as the assemblies you'd want the part # AKHD-545-35-K and you'd be set!
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