DeeMaxx Disc Caliper Mounts to suit Integral and Top Hat Rotors
DeeMaxx disc caliper mount is designed to convert a variety of American axles to Australian disc braked axles with integral mounts.
Mounting brackets can be provided that either weld onto your axle or retrofit your existing trailer electric braked mount plates.
Top Hat rotors to suit electric or mechanical weld rings and are simple to install. Bolt the DeeMaxx caliper mount onto your weld ring, fit the top hat rotor and then fit the caliper.
No welding required for the (Electric Weld Ring Brackets). Bolt these mounts onto your existing electrical or mechanical weld rings. Use 7/16″ UNF Nuts.
Key Tips and Tricks
- These DeeMaxx pads are very easy to install.
- Do not disconnect the hydraulic brake line.
- Remove caliper.
- Insert the disc pad into the piston and use a G Clamp to push the piston back into its home position.
- Insert the other disc pad, re-insert onto the rotor and bolt the caliper to the bracket.
What is the difference between an integral and top hat disc rotor?
- An integral rotor has bearings inside the rotor.
- A top hat rotor fits over the studs on a hub.
Disc Brake Kit Specifications
- 10″ Slip Over Integral Rotors. (Electric Weld Ring) (DBB-3.5KI-MAXX Bracket)
- 10″ Slip Over Top Hat Rotors. (Electric Weld Ring) (DBB-3.5-K-MAXX brackets)
- 12″ Slip Over Top Hat Rotors. (Electric Weld Ring) (DBB-60K-MAXX brackets)
The following parts suit DeeMaxx disc rotors
- Maxx Coating Disc Caliper
- Dexter Caravan Bearing Kits
- Stainless DeeMaxx Disc Caliper
- Mag Wheel Nuts and Lug Nuts
- Wheel Nut Indicators
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality DeeMaxx Disc Caliper Axle Mounts and caravan spare parts throughout Australia.
Customers are welcome to either pickup or take advantage of our low freight rates. Express shipping to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, and Hobart.
We also ship products to New Zealand via Australia Post Air Express.
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