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DIY Stainless Braided Hydraulic Brake Line Kit$15.92 – $78.00 inc GST
Flexible Hydraulic Brake Line$15.25 – $15.30 inc GST
American Brass Nut Angle Adaptor$8.74 inc GST
Brass Nut Angle Caliper Adaptor – Australian
Brass Nut Adaptor Caliper$12.39 inc GST
Short Tube Nut 3/8 Inch$4.00 inc GST
Long Tube Nut 3/8 Inch$4.00 inc GST
Four Way Hydraulic Block
Three Way Tee Block
9 inch Hydraulic Brake Shoes$22.98 inc GST
9 inch Hydraulic Brake
9 inch Hydraulic Brake Cylinder$17.50 inc GST
3/4 inch Trailer Hydraulic Master Cylinder$18.17 inc GST
7/8 inch Trailer Hydraulic Master Cylinder$30.45 inc GST
Electric & Disc Brake Al-ko Cable Kit
9 inch Mechanical Brake Shoes$18.39 inc GST
9 inch Mechanical Brake
9 inch Mechanical Brake Adjuster$11.96 inc GST
9 inch Drum incl Studs and Nuts$56.52 – $82.46 inc GST
9 inch Mechanical Shoe Return Spring$6.25 inc GST
1 inch Hydraulic Master Cylinder
Hydraulic Master Cylinder Bracket$18.17 inc GST
9 inch Hydraulic Weld Ring
9″ Brake Parts
Caravan mechanical brakes from Couplemate are designed to help your trailer or caravan stop in tandem with your tow vehicle.
When you want to take a break from mundane city life, just pack your gear and head straight into the outback. The vast, arid Australian flatlands are the best way to kick back and enjoy nature without worrying about all the demands that come with city life. All you have to do is pack your bags, throw in a grill, hitch your caravan trailer, and drive off to have an adventure.
“Why Would I Need Trailer Spares, Though?”
But as fun and exciting it is to drive across the outback, there are some things that you need to consider carefully before heading off into that vast expanse. Even for the best 4-wheel drives and camper trailers, the terrain can prove to be quite a challenge.
Parts like your caravan mechanical brakes, actuators, and suspension take a lot of punishment as soon as you leave the road. There is a fair chance that of one of your caravan trailer parts will end up breaking down.
Expert Information On Mechanical Brakes And Spares
People commonly use 9-inch and 11-inch diameter mechanical caravan brakes. At Couplemate. we only carry 9-inch mechanical brakes and parts.
You’d use these on single-axle caravans and car trailers, in a tandem configuration. The adjuster on caravan mechanical brakes only allows one adjustment position. If your braking is still poor, you need new brake shoes; you might even need new brake drums, especially if you see signs of wear.
You may find it a little tricky to installing the brake shoes on mechanical brakes. You’ll find the brake lever on the bottom of the assembly, opposite to the electric brake setup.
Mechanical shoes are identical to their electric brake counterparts, but you wouldn’t install them the same way. This is how you should install mechanical brake shoes: with one shoe facing upwards and the other downwards. Take a look at the photo of this product on our website; you’ll see that this is exactly how these should be installed.
If you install them incorrectly, you can expect heat from your brake shoes, and possibly even bearing collapse.
Finally, if you have special requirements, call our experts on 0733483822. They will then work with you, suggesting solutions based on their expertise.
It’s extremely hard to find help or access to spare trailer parts in the middle of the bush. So what do you do if you get stranded because of damaged caravan trailer parts?
Just call Couplemate. We’ll deliver spare trailer parts—like spare caravan mechanical brakes—to wherever you are. And if something you need isn’t in stock, we’ll figure out a way to get it just for you within 48 hours.
Couplemate sells only the best quality trailer and caravan spares throughout Australia—covering the Northern Territory, Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland. We also ship products via Australia Post Air to New Zealand.