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Product DescriptionThe Tie Down Trailer 10" Disc Brake Kit comes complete with everything you need to add brakes to your trailer. Includes 6,600-lb. disc brake actuator; back-up solenoid; two Galv-X coated, vented-rotor disc brakes with ceramic pads; and a single axle brake line kit. Designed for trailers with 13", 14", or 15" wheels.
Tie Down 6,600-lb. Disc Brake Actuator
• All aluminum master cylinder
• Warns operator when brake fluid is low
• Oversized master cylinder provides higher pressures
• Drop-N-Go auto latch with 2" coupler accommodates 2" hitch ball
• Fits trailer frames up to 3" wide
Tie Down Eliminator 10" Disc Brake
• Vented rotor with Galv-X finish
• Ceramic brake pads
• 380 aluminum caliper with E-coat finish
• Raised ribs dissipates heat up to 5 times faster
• 5 studs, 4-1/2" on center
• Fits 1-3/8" x 1-1/16" tapered spindle
Brake Line Hose Kit
• Two 24" brake lines with two fittings
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Q:I am wanting to install brakes on a trailer that has not had brakes previously. On a tandem axle should the brakes be mounted on the front or rear axle? Should additional brakes be placed on the other axle? The parts listing shows two 24 inch brake lines. Are other brake lines that would run from the actuator to a "T" and crossover brake lines included? If not could these be purchased locally or made up by the installer?Asked on 10/6/2014 by Tom from Norman,OK
Most trailers in the US only have brakes on the front axle. However, depending on the sizes of the trailer and state regulations, some trailers require all axles to have brakes. It's always best to check your state laws.
All brake lines needed are included for a single axle installation. If you decides to add brakes on the rear axle, you will need an add on kit (Overton's item # 74058). We also offer brake line kits for single axle and double axles trailers (Overton's item # 74057 and 74059).
You will need to make sure the axles have brake flanges already installed (most do). If not, then you will need to have someone weld them on.
SteveAnswered on 10/6/2014 by Anonymous
Q:Are trailer spindles universal for bearings. Is there a possibility that the hubs will not install on my trailer spindle?Asked on 10/5/2014 by Tom from Norman, OK
The Tie Down 10" Trailer Disc Brake Kit will fit a 1-3/8" x 1-1/16" tapered spindle.
SteveAnswered on 10/6/2014 by Anonymous
Q:Will it fit on a torsion axle?Asked on 8/13/2014 by Terry from Bremerton
Yes. This Disc Brake Kit will work on a Torsion Axle. I am attaching the installation instructions for you to review. http://www.overtons.com/assets/prodman/74056.pdf
SteveAnswered on 8/13/2014 by Anonymous
Q:Are the wheel bearings included in the rotor kit?Asked on 5/7/2014 by john from ky lake
Yes. They are fully assembled and contain bearings, seal and are pre greased.
SteveAnswered on 5/7/2014 by Anonymous
Q:Where are they manufactured.What is the warranty?Asked on 4/14/2014 by Ken from San Diego
The Trailer Disc Brake Kit is made here in the USA. The warranty for the kit is 1 Year.
SteveAnswered on 4/15/2014 by Anonymous
Q:Will this unit work with 13" wheels?Asked on 2/13/2014 by carney from Brunswick,ohio
Yes. This item does work with just about any size tire.
SteveAnswered on 2/17/2014 by Anonymous
Q:I have a Pontoon trailer, single axle, with 15 inch wheels. Which size brake rotors do I need, 10 or 12" for a 21 Ft. fishing barge and 75 horse mercury motor.Asked on 1/5/2014 by Harv from LeRoy, NY
A:The capacities below and the number of lugs on the current hub are used as a guide.
10” Disc Brake Hub- (Hub Capacity- 1,875 lbs. each), (Axle Capacity-3,750 lbs.), Lugs-5
12” Disc Brake Hub- (Hub Capacity- 3,000 lbs. each), (Axle Capacity- 6,000 lbs.), Lugs-6Answered on 1/9/2014 by Product Expert from Overton's