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Axletek 5,200 – 7,000 lb., 12″ x 2″ Electric Brake Assembly, Left Hand, (B12E-21)

Electric brake assembly for 5,200 lb, 6,000 lb, and 7,000 lb axles.  As simple as bolting up the 5 bolts and hookingup the 2 electrical wires.

  • 12″ x 2″ Electric Brake Assembly
  • Left hand (driver side)
  • 5 bolt
  • Fits common name brand axles Dexter, Lippert, Al-Ko, ect
  • Manufacture: Axle Teknology

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  1. KB

    The product was great, the only snag was the crappy packaging. They kinda just tossed the retaining springs and wiring in the box, like literally “thrown”. Nothing to buffer – no padding or paper! I’d say order straight from etrailer unless you’re into fixing brakes brought on by bad packaging.

  2. JS

    These brakes weren’t pricey and were actually easier to install than the shoes on their own. So there I was, leading the way with my RV on a stretch of road with a crazy 9% incline, pushing my truck’s brakes and the RV’s four brakes to their limits. By the time I got to the bottom, they were practically metal. I mean, the shoes were on their last legs anyway.

    I switched the truck to 4WD Low but still couldn’t really slow things down without relying heavily on the brakes. Yep, I smoked ‘em, but luckily the transmission was fine. Who knew the GPS wouldn’t warn me about that 9% incline?

    I think this happened on Utah highway 14, heading west into the Great Basin Nevada. Not an easy road, two lanes, barely any shoulder, no turnouts. I’m telling you, I’m never taking that route again. But these brakes? Definitely gonna buy ’em again. They’ve been holding up pretty well since our Utah adventure.


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