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  • Mounting Bracket Option for Titan Brake Rite # T4813100
  • We offer two mounting plates for the Titan Electric Over Hydraulic Actuators like the part # T4813100. We have the angle mounting bracket part # T4821800 and the flat plate part # T4821900. I attached a picture that shows the bracket used to install an actuator as well.
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  • What is the Difference Between a Manual Lockout and No Lockout Brake Actuator
  • A brake actuator with a manual lockout, like part # T4500600, will have a lockout lever on the actuator that prevents the internal spring and shock from engaging the master cylinder when backing up (see photo). A no lockout brake actuator, like part # 8605001, does not have this feature, so the trailer would either need free-backing brakes or an electric lockout solenoid like part # DM11993 to keep the brakes from locking up while in reverse. Backing up a trailer with hydraulic surge...
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  • Cross Reference For Disc Brakes for Trailer Based on Automotive Applications
  • So the part number MKD289 is an automotive application for brake pads. If that's the style you need the correct replacement is the # K225CP which is the match. I attached a chart that has some other interesting info for picking out replacement brake pads in the event you could only use a local auto parts store. Other pads mentioned in that chart are # K250CP in the middle chart and # K338CP at the bottom.
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  • Replacement for Atwood Surge Brake Actuator 82541
  • It sounds like you have free backing braking assemblies on your trailer so a lockout at the trailer coupler is not needed. In order to replace the Atwood Surge Brake Actuator 82541, I recommend using the Titan Leverlock Brake Actuator part # T43329007K although the Brake Actuator with Manual Lockout part # T4500600 would work as well. The Leverlock is more cost effective and has an easier to use latching mechanism in my opinion. The mounting bolt holes on the Leverlock are 3" apart...
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  • Trailer Hub/Drum to Replace Damaged UFP HD-1377-10
  • We have had a customer with your same UFP hub HD-1377 successfully use as a replacement the hub/drum # AKHD-545-35-K which works on 3500-lb axles. This hub uses inner bearing # L68149 (1.378" inner diameter) and outer bearing # L44649 (1.063" inner diameter). If your original hub bearing numbers or inner diameters match this will work fine.
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  • Recommended Swing Away Tongue with Disc Brake Actuator and Reverse Lockout
  • The Swing-Away Actuator w/ Manual Lockout - Bolt On - Disc - 2" Ball - 7,500 lbs # T4839100 and the Swing-Away Actuator w/ Electric Lockout - Bolt On - Disc - 2" Ball - 7,500 lbs # T4839120 are similar just with the one having the manual option in addition. Because you are looking for both a manual and electric lockout option, I recommend getting the manual lockout # T4839100 which in the attached video shows an electric lockout as well. I went into the warehouse to confirm it does have...
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  • Does Titan Model 6 Actuator Need Reverse Lock Out Solenoid
  • If you want to be able to back your trailer up without the brakes applying you will need the lock out solenoid part # T4748800 with your actuator part # T4079200. Otherwise your brakes will lock up every time your trailer gets reversed.
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  • Replacement for Mastercraft Boat Trailer Reliable Model ACT-6k Disc Brake Compatible Surge Coupler
  • For your 2003 MasterCraft trailer, the replacement surge brake actuating coupler you need is the Titan Swing-Away Actuator w/ Electric Lockout # T4839100 based on what I can find online. This coupler is designed for disc brakes and has a capacity of up to 7,500 lbs. It is a bolt on assembly for a 2 inch hitch ball. I've attached a video review of this coupler and it mounts to 3 inch wide channel tongues. If you have a 3x3 inch channel, you will need two spacers # T4842100, and if...
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  • Replacement Titan Surge Brake Actuator for Model 10 Part 3241639
  • The replacement Titan actuator for your Model 10 with part number 3241639 is listed on our site as the Titan Zinc-Plated Brake Actuator w/ Drop, Electric Lockout # T4750620. My contact at Titan confirmed this.
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  • Replacement Brake Assembly Recommendation for a Dico 15638 Assembly
  • Your Dico brake assemblies are 10 inch by 2-1/4 inch so the part # T4423400 and # T4423500 would both work as replacements. There is quite a bit of overlap between Titan and Dico parts.
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  • Replacement Master Cylinder for Older Model Titan Model 60 Brake Actuator
  • I spoke with my technical contact at Titan and showed him the photo that you sent in of your actuator. My contact confirmed that you actuator is a Model 60. The right replacement master cylinder for you will depend on what kind of brakes the actuator is designed for. If the brakes have never been changed out, you can determine this by checking if the trailer has disc or drum brakes. If your actuator is designed for drum brakes, you will want the Replacement Master Cylinder Assembly...
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  • Install Video to Use as Guide for Installing Titan Model 60 Actuator
  • I have attached an install video to this page for you to check out that you can use as a guide for installing the Titan Model 60 actuator part # T4339720 that you referenced. The video shows a very similar Demco coupler part # 8605001 but the couplers install in basically the exact same way.
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  • Difficulty Bleeding Trailer Brakes with Titan Model 6 Actuator
  • It does take quite a bit of force to manually push in an actuator with or without the cap on. But the cap should be off when you bleed the brakes. Also, the longer the board the more leverage you can put on the coupler and the easier it will be to move it. I recommend using a vacuum pump brake bleeder # PTW87030 which makes things a lot easier. Also it is worth mentioning that if the fluid has no where to go then the actuator will only push in so far. So if you haven't opened a bleeder...
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  • Recommended Replacement Brake Assemblies For Eagle Trailer Drum Brakes
  • We have a few product options to replace your brake assemblies. I recommend the Hydraulic Brake Kit - Uni-Servo - Free Backing - Dacromet - 10" - Left/Right Hand - 3,500 lbs # AKFBBRK-35-D. This will give you both assemblies for one axle. These are free-backing so you can back up with your trailer without engaging the trailer brakes. They are marine-grade and designed for boat trailers. The dacromet coating offers corrosion resistance. Another really nice option is the similar brake...
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  • MEASUREMENT FROM RACE TO RACE ON AGRICULTURAL HUB T1721400042
  • It sounds like you've got an unusual hub. I was able to find a Spindle Grease Seal Set for # LM67048 Inner Bearing and 2.33 Bearing Buddy, part # BB60008. This grease seal has an inner diameter of 1.875 and an outer diameter of 2.33, which sounds like the size you need. I did some measurements for you and found that the measurement from the inside of the inner race to the inside of the outer race is 2-1/4". The measurement from the outside of the inner race to the outside of the outer...
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  • Titan Disc Brake Electric Over Hydraulic Actuator Not Working with Factory Brake Controller
  • 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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  • Can Titan Model 10 Actuator be Locked Out When Backing Up
  • You can pretty easily add an electric lockout to the Titan Model 10 actuator part # T2478100. For that all you would need is the part # T4748800. This will then allow you back up a hill without the brakes locking up.
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  • How To Replace Master Cylinder For Titan 10 Brake Actuator
  • To replace the master cylinder on your Titan 10 brake actuator you can check out the diagram of the actuator I have attached. In the diagram there are two bolts that are noted you need to loosen to get to the master cylinder. They are part number 20 and 24. You can use a spray-on lubricant like WD40 to loosen the bolts before removing. Once you get the bolts out you can replace the master cylinder with the # T2374400 you asked about. You will also need an orifice connector # T1209800...
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  • Comparing the HydraStar Hydraulic Actuator and the Titan BrakeRite Hydraulic Actuator
  • It looks like you have certainly done your research in regards to the HydraStar Electric Over Hydraulic Actuator and the Titan BrakeRite EHB Electric-Hydraulic Actuator. Unfortunately, we do not exactly do extensive testing on either actuator therefore our knowledge comes from the manufacture and the reviews our customers submit on them. In regards to the Titan BrakeRite EHB Electric-Hydraulic Actuator you only have two options which is part # T4822500 (1,000 psi) if you have drum brakes...
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  • Replacement Inner Slide Assembly for a Dico Model 10 Actuator
  • For your Dico Model 10 actuator the Titan replacement Inner Slide Assembly # T2478300183 is going to be exactly what you will need. It is recommended that you install new slide bearings as well so for that you would need part # T1020900. I attached a diagram that shows an exploded view of a Model 10 actuator for you to use as a guide when taking everything apart and putting it back together.
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  • Wiring Adapters for Using GMC Integrated Brake Controller with Titan EOH Actuator
  • For your GMC Sierra 3500 with the factory-integrated trailer brake controller you will want the BrakeRite EHB Adapter # T4846000 if your boat trailer has the EOH actuator model # T4834100. If instead you have the BrakeRite II Severe Duty actuator # T4835700 then you will want to use part # T4845900.
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  • Installing Brake Lines For Disc Brake Kit On Single Axle Boat Trailer
  • I have attached a photo that shows how you can run the included lines for the # T4843300 disc brake kit if you plan on running the line down the center of the trailer. There are a couple of additional items you will need to run it this way. You will need a flex line to go between the tee mounted to the axle and the hard line running from the actuator. This is because the entire axle will be moving. You will need part # T4890700, part # T0776400, and part # T0776300. If you run the brake...
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  • Replacement Bearing And Brake Pads For Titan 10 Inch Hub/Rotor
  • The inner bearing for your Titan # T4841100182 is the Replacement Trailer Hub Bearing # L68149 and the outer bearing is Replacement Trailer Hub Bearing # L44649. If you need the seal, the replacement seal is # RG06-050. For your brake pads, I recommend the Replacement Brake Pads for Titan 10" and 12" Disc Brake Assemblies # T4870900. These are a confirmed fit.
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  • Comparing Demco and Titan Disc Brake Actuators with Electric Lockouts
  • That is a tough question to answer as both are excellent manufacturers with their respective pros/cons. In regards to brake actuators, they both make and manufacture them here in the U.S.A. and they both come with a one year warranty. In regards to differences, Demco makes a wide range of different trailer and towing products whereas Titan specializes more in trailer brakes. WIth that being said we have had more positive feedback from Titan products in regards to trailer brakes, actuator...
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  • Replacement Actuator for Atwood Actuator part # 82543
  • The closest option we have to replace your Atwood 82543 actuator is part # 8605001. However, it doesn't have the lockout like your Atwood does. For one with a lockout use # T4339720 but it's an electric lockout. It wires into the reverse light circuit on your truck through the trailer connector. I've attached videos of both actuators for you to take a look at.
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  • Installation of Electric Lockout Solenoid for Brake Actuating Coupler
  • For surge brake actuators, the solenoid like the Replacement Solenoid Valve for Titan Brake Actuators with Reverse Lockouts # T4748800 will allow you to bypass your brake actuator when backing up. The unit screws into the back of your master cylinder and then the brake line connects to the other end. One wire of this electric lockout solenoid will connect to the trailer frame as a ground and the other will connect to the reverse light function wire coming from your vehicle. You can connect...
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  • Replacement Coupler for Atwood Hydraulic Brake Actuating Coupler for Drum Brakes
  • The Atwood brake actuating coupler number 61101 is no longer directly replaceable. Atwood has been bought out so I recommend replacing your actuator with the Titan Zinc-Plated Brake Actuator - Drum - Multi-Fit Ball - Bolt On - with Lockout # T4339720. This coupler has bolt holes that are 3 inches on center. I've attached a video to help further.
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  • Comparison of Titan EOH Brake Actuators Parts # T4813100 and # T4834100
  • When you look at the product descriptions and the pictures they look basically identical. However, the Replacement Actuator, part # T4834100, is specifically designed to work with the BrakeRite II Severe Duty, part # T4835700, and that's all it works with. If you have this and need a new actuator then part # T4834100 is what you need. The Titan BrakeRite EHB, part # T4813100, is what you need if you're trying to add electric over hydraulic brakes to your trailer. I've attached some...
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  • Replacement Master Cylinder for Titan Model 10 Actuator on 1999 Prestige Trailer
  • Thanks for the photos of your trailer's actuator! They were very helpful in answering your questions. Based on the photos, it appears that you have a Titan Model 10 Actuator # T1607500. For a Model 10 actuator, the # T2374400 that you referenced is the correct replacement master cylinder. If you'd also like to replace the master cylinder bracket assemblies, they are included with the master cylinder in part # T2374600. To install the master cylinder, the orifice connector you will need...
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  • Bolt Patterns of Bolt-On Trailer Couplers for 3-Inch Trailer Tongues
  • The linked page displays all 2-inch ball couplers that bolt on to a 3-inch trailer tongue. Some do use the same 3-inch hole spacing, such as Titan # T4845000 and the Fulton # F223000301, but other hole patterns are included on some couplers, such as the Demco # 12564 which uses three holes.
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