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Hydraulic Brake Actuator Only for Drum Brakes Drum Brake Actuator Only Model 20 Maximum Capacity: 20,000 lb Maximum Vertical Load: 2,000 lb Mounting: Weld On to 3” Trailer Tongue Finish: Grey Primed Channel, Plate or Coupler must be welded onto actuator ... Wholesale Marine offers a selection of RV and boat trailer actuators and actuator system components from the best manufacturers in the industry, Tie Down Engineering, and Titanic.
Be sure to pick up a convenient Rico Coupler Repair kit, and you’ll avoid having to pull over when trailing to the dock or marina. Tie Down offers another great choice in their Model 660 Brake Drum Coupler.
My trailer is due for some service, and I am considering moving from drum to disk brakes.Currently, I have a Magic Tilt tandem axle trailer with surge drum brakes on one axle. Axles are standard leaf spring type, and I was planning on moving to the integral disk + hub type and replacing all lines and the actuator.
Depending on you actuator's condition you can rebuild it or replace it. Harbor Marine has regular Tie down disk brakes at a good price @$100 a wheel or so.
Super Simple, watch this video and buy your parts from them. I have some jack stands on order, once they get in I will pull one of the hubs and will know.
Notable Member gatekeeper to the Great Northwest Kodiak Brakes are $215 minus the hubs for the ones that Seymour speaks of.
Technology wise a surge actuator is like using an old dial phone. You're going to need a new actuator anyways so spend the extra $200 and get an electric over hydraulic.
I just did a complete brake conversion 2 years ago. They have worked good for me but might recommend a more mainstream brake brand like Kodiak.
Be advised there supposedly are a couple factory mounted brake controllers that may not work with e/h. “Kodiak SS calipers, comet disks Stainless brake line kit from champion trailers (if your lines are not SS already)”I did the above as well.
You can buy the rebuild parts from Pacific Trailers in California. The problem I eventually had with the DAC calipers is that they bent during an emergency stop.
The stainless brake line kit was not too bad to install as long as you have some tools to drill the trailer or use self-tapping screws to anchor parts of the brake lines down. The comet coating is not that great, not as good as the silver cad the used to have.
When you get ready try eastern marine and order all the way to the end and see what shipping is. I did this a few yrs back with my 1st trailer, and it was super easy.
If you have any mechanical ability, don't spend the money at a shop. Properly outfitted you can accomplish this in a half day.