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For a tandem axle trailer, would I need 2 pair?

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"Tow Zone Electric Drum Brake Kit - Pair, 12in., Model# 56122"

Item# 21543
"This Tow Zone Electric Drum Brake Kit provides forward braking. Inner Bearing Size in. 1 3/4, Fits Axle Capacity lbs. 7,000, Fits Electric Brake Item 124996 and 124998, Fits Wheel Size in. 13-15, Brake Type Electric, Brake Lines No, Bolt Circle Pattern in. 5 1/2, Seal Size in. 2.25, Brake Pad Size in. Standard, Drum Size in. 12, Hubs Included Yes, Studs qty. 6, Brakes Included qty. 2, Outer Bearing Size in. 1 1/4, Dimensions L x W x H in. 12, Stud Size L x W in. 3/8 x 16. Includes two brakes left and right Water-resistant connections Rubber molded plugs for fast, easy installation Drum hubs are assembled with bearings, seal and pre-greased for easy installation Wiring kit includes two 20-ft. dual wire strips with easy plug connectors and five cable ties Brake controller and breakaway kit not included"
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Questions & Answers for "Tow Zone Electric Drum Brake Kit - Pair, 12in., Model# 56122"

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Where do I find wiring instructions

I purchased this kit and installed the hubs, where do I find instructions for wiring.
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Wiring instructions are not included with the product because it depends on the specific brake controller. So the customer has to wire based on their specific brake controller configuration making sure that the same color coded wire used on the positive and negative on the right side is wired the same on the left side.
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will this kit work on mobile home axles?

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This Drum Brake Kit is not recommended for mobile home axles.
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Bolt pattern

How do I measure the bolt pattern on this item do I measure from one stud hole hole to the other in a circle or do I go from one bolt across the axel to the other And I assume that these are going from center to center of bolts Thanks
asked 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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To measure the bolt pattern on this item measure from the center of one bolt to the center of the bolt directly opposite using a ruler.
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What are the bearing sizes

My spindle takes 1 1/4 front and 1 3/4 rear. Will this fit ?
asked 11 months ago
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Clemsonfan
 - Camden South Carolina
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The brake kit has inside bearings of 1 3/4" and outside bearing of 1 1/4". This would fit.
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What size studs come with this?

The lug nuts that have now are acorn 1/2" RH hex 13/16" conical wheel. Will these fit?
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The stud size is 3/8" x 16" and will not work for your application.
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Are there any bearing buddies that work for these hubs? What size grease caps do you use?

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The dust caps on these electric drum brakes are 2-1/2", but the manufacturer recommends against using Bearing Buddies on them and it would void the warranty.
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What spindles work with this brake kit to build a 7,000lb axle?

asked 1 year, 9 months ago
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The spindles for this brake kit for a 7000 pound axle are below:
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what is the best wheels and tires for these drums?

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Northern tool has a tire and rim that is item number 13963 (see below) or chevy heavy half 6 bolt rims will work with trailer rated tires that have the correct weight rating.
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Will this work on a 5200 lb axle

asked 2 years, 2 months ago
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This brake kit will only fit on a 7000 lb axle.
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Will this kit work for a boat trailer?

Also, are there any other items I would need to purchase, excluding any necessary components for my vehicle.
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 - Baton Rouge, La
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The electric brakes are not intended for use on a boat trailer and should not be submerged under water.
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