Stainless steel trailer brakes

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Stainless Steel Trailer Brakes

Pretty sure that is wrong GF. Once a trailer is registered in B.C., it must comply with MV act legislation, which is brakes on every axle for trailers >Excerpt from BC Motor Vehicle Act

[h=4]Trailer brakes[/h](3) A trailer shall be equipped with brakes at each end of each axle, but brakes are not required
(a) on one axle of a house trailer that is equipped with more than 2 axles,
(b) on any axle of a trailer other than a towing dolly if the licensed vehicle weight of the trailer
(i) is 1 kg or less, and
(ii) is less than 50% of the licensed vehicle weight of the vehicle by which it is being towed,
(c) on any axle of a towing dolly towed by a motor vehicle where
(i) the aggregate of the net weight of the towing dolly and the gross vehicle weight of the motor vehicle one axle of which is being carried by the towing dolly does not exceed 1 kg, or
(ii) the motor vehicle towing the towing dolly has a gross vehicle weight rating in excess of the aggregate of
(A) the net weight of the towing dolly,
(B) the gross vehicle weight of the motor vehicle one axle of which is being carried by the towing dolly, and
(C) the gross vehicle weight of the motor vehicle towing the towing dolly,
(d) on any axle of a motor vehicle one axle of which is being carried by a towing dolly, and
(e) on any axle of a trailer that consists of a piece of construction machinery towed by a truck where the truck has a gross vehicle weight rating in excess of the aggregate of the gross vehicle weights of the trailer and the truck.
(4) Brakes with which a trailer is equipped shall
(a) when applied be adequate to maintain control of the trailer,
(b) when applied not affect the direction of travel of the trailer, and
(c) where the licensed vehicle weight of the trailer exceeds 2 kg, be capable of being applied by the driver of the motor vehicle towing the trailer from his normal seated position.
(5) Notwithstanding subsection (1), a motorcycle shall be equipped with a brake on each wheel in contact with the ground, other than a wheel attached directly to a sidecar, and the brake on a rear wheel shall be operated by a right foot control, except where the motorcycle has a motor that produces kW or less, in which case the rear wheel brake may be operated by a control mounted on the left handlebar.
(6) Brakes and coordinated brake control are not required on a motor vehicle with gross vehicle weight less than 2 kg which is being towed by
(a) a commercial vehicle with gross vehicle weight rating over 5 kg, or
(b) a rubber tired road building machine such as a motor-grader with normal operating weight rating over 5 kg,
provided that the aggregate weight of the combination does not exceed
(c) the gross vehicle weight rating of the towing motor vehicle, or
(d) in the case of a rubber tired road building machine, the registered test weight in the compliance testing of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) J brake performance standard.
(7) Brakes and coordinated brake control are not required on a towed motor vehicle that has a laden gross vehicle weight less than 2 kg and that is less than 40% of the gross vehicle weight rating of a motor home towing it via a tow bar

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Get Tiedown Engineering Vented Disk Brakes G4 Brakes. Use Lucus Premium Marine Grease. A new Surge Brake Actuator Spray it with Corrosion X. Then do your self a favor and stop dunking the actuator in the salt.

When the Calipers seize replace them with the 89 Chevy Caliper. These last 2 to 3 years. Supposedly per SeaKing Trailer guys in Marysville that Dexter axles bought Tiedown and Kodiak.

I have owned G4 and G5 Tiedown. G5 Stainless Disk Brakes Are junk last for about miles. There are no Automobile brakes that I know to interchange with them. Calibers are $ each per side.

The G4 brakes are a copy of the chevy brakes, same cost to replace caliper per side with pads but the chevy caliper is only $30 with pads and they last the two to three years. Dragonballs will attest to that.

Harbor Marine has the the G4 lb axle set up with actuator and brake line kit for $ or go to Eastern Marine and pay $ plus shipping.

I have the Kodiak 12" Disc Brake Set, Dacromet/KodaGuard #2RCM12SBDACKG Setup times 3 on my trailer I HAVE A TRIPLE AXLE TRAILER. BOTH OF YOUR TRAILERS LOOK TO BE USING LB AXLES. Are there 4 or 5 bolts holding the Backing Plate to the axle? 4 bolts is a 10" lb Brakeand 5 bolts require the lb 12' brake. My Pads have been replaced once already after 2 years running them. There is no car brakes compatible to use instead of the expensive Kodiak one @$60 for the ceramic on SS backing. My Disks are still looking Ok. Ya they get rusty but polish up quick.

Back to Seaking Reps, They say that they have not had any issues lately with the G4 brakes. They are offering a , mile warranty but only if you use the Lucas Grease. My son just bought a new Trailer from Kitsap Marine. I thought it had Oil Bath but instead of oil the Hubs have the Grease with clear /Smoked Plastic Cap.

Trailer Parts Superstore sells Disc hydraulic brakes and brake parts for Boat, Utility, and most other trailers. Easy to use online store with secure checkout.

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You Decide but all SS is out of my Range for what I want to spend. When these go bad I am going back to G4 12" Brakes with SS Steel Pads. Regular Steel pads do rust up and expand. That and the Calipers sticking is what heats the grease up. Grease Escapes causing lose of lube and then the bearings seize. Yes they are made in China with China Bearings but is you keep them Grease and Set the bearing Preload properly the Hubs will last.

Last Note if you go to Kodiak. They have disk sets that come with and without hubs. The Hub set cost more. If you buy the hubs separately you can pull of the disk and run the trailer with out. You still need to place a block in between the pads to keep the puck in the caliper.

Hope that helps and welcome back; Eye of the Tiger Hunter (KORBOOR) @koorbloh

 

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Stainless Steel Trailer Hydraulic Disc Brake Caliper

Boat Trailer Hydraulic Disc Brake

Hydraulic Disc Brake Caliper

Hydraulic Disc Brakes

KG (15”/16” WHEEL)

Trailer Calipers

KG (13”/14” WHEEL)

Hydraulic Brake Caliper

Stainless Steel Brake Caliper

Trailer Brakes Caliper

Ceramic Brake Pads

 

The trailer brake caliper is stainless steel material, it has a phenolic piston and two pieces of ceramic brake pads. Upgraded trailer calipers have high rust-protection, high corrosion resistance and excellent anti-wear performance.  The hydraulic trailer brake calipers suitable for boat trailers, box trailers and car trailers. This caliper will fit AL-KO trailer hydraulic disc brakes that use a 5 or 6 lug trailer disc rotor. Other specifications are same as the cast iron trailer hydraulic disc brake type.

Features

l  Used with IQ7 or hydraulic over ride couplings (the load weights exceeding kg).

l  Requirement of disc hubs and rotors: Thicknesses from 12 mm to 15 mm.

l  Stainless steel caliper body and pads backing plate can prevent the corrosion of seawater.

l  Mounting bolts, spring washers and pads are included. Quick and easy installation.

l  This hydraulic disc brake calipers exchange with AL-KO and Trojan calipers, but have different appearance.

Specifications

Ø  Axle Capability: kg (15”/16” wheel), kg (13”/14” wheel)       

Ø  Mounting Bolts:  12mm H.T. x 45mm

Ø  Bolt Spacings: mm (”)

Ø  Recommended operating pressure: mpa (psi)

Product Composition

²  Non-asbestos semi-metal brake pads x 2

²  Galvanized Cast Iron Brake Caliper Body x 1

²  Bleed Screw x 1

²  Phenolic Resin Piston x 1

²  Piston Seal x 1

²  Piston Dust Boot x 1

²  Slide Pin Kit x 1

²  Slide Dust Boot x 2

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STAINLESS STEEL BRAKE LINE KIT &#; SINGLE AXLE

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Stainless Steel Brake-Line Kit Complete with 14&#; Stainless Steel Flex Hose(s)

Manufactured by Bludot, Inc.

Kit Includes:

 

  • Quantity (1) Brake Line Assembly &#; 18&#; &#; SS *(NOT Sold Separately, Online)*
  • Quantity (2) Brake Line Clip &#; Plated *(NOT Sold Separately, Online)*
  • Quantity (1) Brake Line Union Tee &#; Brass (SKU #)
  • Quantity (1) Brake Line Assembly &#; 77&#; &#; SS *(NOT Sold Separately, Online)*
  • Quantity (2) Brake Line &#; 14&#; &#; Flex Hose (SKU #)
  • Quantity (1) Brake Line &#; &#; &#; Hardline &#; SS *(NOT Sold Separately, Online)*

*(For Use on Load Rite Single Axle Model Trailer)*

Weight: lbs
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