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Replacement Shock Absorber Spring Kit for Dexter Brake Actuators

Replacement Shock Absorber Spring Kit for Dexter Brake Actuators

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Use this kit to replace the shock absorber spring in your Dexter brake actuator (T4839100, T4500600, T4839120, or T4839000). Includes spring, bushing, and installation bolt. 1-800-940-8924 to order Dexter accessories and parts part number TK71-758-00 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Dexter products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Replacement Shock Absorber Spring Kit for Dexter Brake Actuators. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Dexter Accessories and Parts - TK71-758-00

  • Brake Actuator
  • Disc Brakes
  • Hydraulic Drum Brakes
  • Shocks
  • Dexter

Use this kit to replace the shock absorber spring in your Dexter brake actuator (T4839100, T4500600, T4839120, or T4839000). Includes spring, bushing, and installation bolt.


Features:

  • Kit provides necessary parts to replace the shock absorber spring in your Titan/UFP brake actuator (T4839100, T4500600, T4839120, or T4839000)
  • Shock bushing and bolt included
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Length:
    • Extended: 8" long
    • Retracted: 6-1/2" long
  • Shock body diameter: 1-1/2"
  • Eyelet diameters:
    • Larger: 3/4"
    • Smaller: 1/2"


K71-758-00 Dexter Axle Shock Absorbing Spring for Brake Actuators

Replaces Titan/UFP Shock Absorbing Spring for Brake Actuators





Video of Replacement Shock Absorber Spring Kit for Dexter Brake Actuators

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




Video Transcript for Review of Titan Replacement Shock Absorber Spring Kit Titan UFP Brake Actuator - TK71-758-00

Hi, everybody. Andy here with etrailer.com. And today we're gonna take a brief look at this replacement shock absorber spring kit for the Titan UFP break actuators. This kit is going to replace the spring in your Titan UFP break actuator. And I am including on your screen the model numbers that this is going to work with and this includes everything that you see here on the table before me. You're going to receive this shock absorber spring, the bushing, and the installation bolt.

This is made in the USA. And just some additional information for you to make sure that this is going to fit your application. I am including the length on your screen. The extended length is eight inches long. The retracted length is six and a half inches long.

And then the diameter of the body itself, we are sitting right at an inch and a half, and then the eyelet diameters, this larger one is gonna be three-fourths of an inch. And then this smaller one is gonna be half an inch. Well, that's gonna conclude our brief look today. I do hope that it was helpful for you. Again, my name is Andy.

Thank you for joining me..

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Customer Reviews

Replacement Shock Absorber Spring Kit for Dexter Brake Actuators - TK71-758-00

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (20 Customer Reviews)

Use this kit to replace the shock absorber spring in your Dexter brake actuator (T4839100, T4500600, T4839120, or T4839000). Includes spring, bushing, and installation bolt.

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Worked great in the tongue of my Skeeter's EZ Loadr trailer. The brakes would apply to quickly before I replaced this part. Work great now.

John

8/29/2023

Still going strong a year later!



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although shipping was delayed, etrailer made good by refunding my shipping. part fit perfectly and worked as expected.



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le cylindre ne retient pas assez il s'enfonce trop facilement lorsqu'ont freine la remorque cogne sur le hitch tout les cout lors du freinage.

[the cylinder does not hold enough it sinks too easily when braked the trailer hits the hitch all costs when braking.]



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The product arrived in just two days. This item was an exact fit. Install was pretty straightforward. I have not had a chance tp road test the trailer yet, but I am confident this will address the clunking when pulling away after a stop.



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Haven’t received anything after tracking has said it has been delivered, but hasn’t. Waiting

Katrina B.

10/14/2022

I see that your item was delivered by your local post office. It is possible that this item was placed in the mailbox or had been delivered to your neighbors by mistake. Please confirm whether this has arrived. If so, we would love to hear your feedback of the product.



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Had never used etrailer. Found the part I needed on etrailers web site and ordered with fast delivery. Thanks.



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Parts as described quick delivery easy Folks do work with



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Exact fit replacement



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    The electric lockout doesn't do anything to the actuator itself, it is a solenoid that doesn't let the fluid pressurize to case the wheel cylinder or brake caliper to engage. The coupler not returning to the forward location has more to do with the Replacement Shock Absorber Spring Kit for Titan/UFP Brake Actuators # TK71-758-00. If you want to use the manual key, it won't be an issue.
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  • Replacement Shock Absorber For UFP A-75 Brake Actuator
    I believe you meant UFP A-75 with a Fulton swing-away tongue, and the reason I say that is there isn't a Fulton A75 brake actuator. So if you were indeed referencing a UFP A-75 actuator, we do have the correct replacement shock absorber: - Replacement Shock Absorber Spring Kit for Titan/UFP Brake Actuators # TK71-758-00 I was able to verify with the manufacturer that the # TK71-758-00 is indeed the correct replacement for the UFP A-75.
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    Judging from the photo, it does look like the # DX44FR that you were looking at is the correct replacement part you need. This is the replacement master cylinder for the A-60, A-75, A-84, A-160, A-200, XR-84 and XR-200 series of Dexter actuators, in case you know what model you've got. When it comes to the Replacement Shock Absorber Spring Kit for Titan/UFP Brake Actuators # TK71-758-00 you were looking at, those measurements are as follows: Large hole: 3/4" Small: 1/2" Retracted: 6-1/2" Extended:...
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  • Replacement Shock for Hydraulic Trailer Brake Actuator
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  • Replacement Master Cylinder and Shock for Dexter A-60 Actuator
    The correct replacement master cylinder for a Dexter A-60 actuator like what you have would be the part # DX44FR. Then for a replacement shock you would need the part # TK71-758-00.
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  • Surge Brake Actuator Repair for Titan Drum Brake Actuating Coupler
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  • Dimensions Of Replacement Shock Absorber Spring Kit for Titan/UFP Brake Actuators TK71-758-00
    I had our warehouse measure the Replacement Shock Absorber Spring Kit for Titan/UFP Brake Actuators # TK71-758-00 and the outside diameter of the cylinder measures 1-1/2". You are correct that the # TK71-758-00 has a retracted length of 6-1/2" and an extended length of roughly 8". I included diagrams showing these measurements for you to take a look at.
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  • UFP A-60 Trailer Coupler Actuator Shock Replacement
    Yes, the Titan shock part # TK71-758-00 is the correct replacement for the UFP A-60 you have on your trailer currently.
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  • How to bleed the brakes on a surge brake actuator on boat trailer
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  • Troubleshooting Replacement Shock Absorber Spring TK71-758-00
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  • Replacement Master Cylinder and Shock for UFP A-60 Trailer Actuator
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  • Correct Replacement Master Cylinder and Shock for a Dexter Model A60/A75/XR84 Brake Actuator
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  • Replacement Master Cylinder And Shock For UFP A-60 / A-75 / XR-84 Surge Brake Actuators
    The Replacement Shock Absorber Spring Kit # TK71-758-00 is the correct shock for your UFP Surge Brake Actuator. The picture you included does not specify if it is for a disc or drum brake set, so I have found both for you to choose from. Disc Brake Replacement Master Cylinder Assembly # DX44FR Drum Brake Replacement Master Cylinder Assembly # TK71-756-00
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