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    Posted: November-27-2019 at 7:50pm
Where might I find brakes and the whole works for my 88 BFN Trailer with the 6 lug wheels? Also, the hitch actuator, Im not even sure what trailer I have, but the photo is posted on my Diary if that will help any. Bearings are not that big a deal to locate. Thanks in advance my fellow boaters.
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5200 or 6000lb axle is the important part Dexter #42 spindle , (2) 1 3/4" (25580) Trailer Bearings, (2) 1 1/4" (15123) Trailer bearings, (2) 2 1/4" ID Grease Seals, or (2) 2 1/8" ID Grease Seals.. You might as well convert it to disc like it did, your basically having to do the same job and alot better system no more catchy brakes. I can give you a whole list if your interested , its a very easy bolt on deal.
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That would be a great help, thanks.
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This is one I used on BF trailer , their are some a little less but the integral hub is the correct spacing to put tire where it needs to be the slip on rotor style spaces it out to far I read. They are in Bradenton FLso shipping it a day or so.. You can do cheaper calipers kit which will save a little bit since your not so near salty water....the coupler is same as what ramlin used on newer trailers, it is sooo much better. Its got inner slide and out cover but should be same bolt pattern as attwood unit you probably have.   Only other things you need is bearing grease and black zipties, brake fluid. I didn't reused brake lines , easier to do this then bending those lines to fit.

https://www.kodiaktrailerbrakes.com/Kodiak-Boat-Trailer-Integral-Disc-Brake-Kit-6-Lug-Dacromet-Stainless_p_966.html

https://www.kodiaktrailerbrakes.com/Single-Axle-Boat-Trailer-Brake-Line-Kit-for-Hydraulic-Brakes_p_1263.html

https://www.trailerandtruckparts.com/UFP-A-60-Hydraulic-Single-Axle-Disc-Brake-Actuator-with-Bolt-on-Outer-Housing-_p_309.html
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