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Russo 8K-BRAKEKIT 12.25 In. x 3.375 In. Electric Trailer Brakes Left & Right Kit 8,000 9,000 lbs Axle

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Original price $198.99 - Original price $198.99
Original price
$198.99 - $198.99
Current price $198.99

Otherwise known as "loaded", brake assembly that comes pre-assembled and ready to be mounted onto your flange with existing bolts and nuts. This brake uses a forward self-adjusting feature which adjusts the brakes on each forward stop. As the shoes wear on the drums, the adjuster arm rotates the screw assembly at the bottom of the brake, expanding the shoes to fill in the gap. The 4-hole flange pattern can be found on some 8,000 and 9,000 lbs. AL-KO and Dexter axles.

Product Features:

One left hand brake assembly & One right hand brake assembly

Loaded backing plate is ready to mount

Mounting hardware not included

Brake controller required for operation (sold separately)

Electric brake systems offer more user control compared to hydraulic systems

Brake lines and brake actuators not needed

Simple and quick installation

Has more moving parts making maintenance cheaper

Forward Self-Adjusting feature

Shoes will automatically adjust every time braking is applied for optimal performance

Non-polarized magnet allows either wire to be used as the ground or power supply

Pre-spliced magnet wires


Left Hand (Driver's Side) Replaces OEM#: Dexter 23-434 (023-434, K23-434)

Right Hand (Passenger's Side) REPLACES OEM#: Dexter: 23-435 (023-435, K23-435)

Fits 9,000 to 10,000 lbs. axles with AL-KO/Hayes 4-hole mounting flanges

Brake Size: 12.25" x 3.375" (3 3/8")

Individual Brake Capacity: 4,500 lbs. - 5,000 lbs.

Axle Capacity: 9,000 lbs. - 10,000 lbs., 4-Hole Flange

Wheel Size: 15" and up

Shoe Adjustment: Self-Adjusting

***NOTE: Electric brakes should not be used on marine applications***

⚠ #2 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and, which are know to the the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to