all wet Posted March 21, 2014 Report Share Posted March 21, 2014 Changed out brakes last weekend after seeing the original disc brake rotors rusting, spalling off metal, calipers frozen up, etc. I had used Kodiak stainless brakes on a previous boat's trailer and they held up great, so put four of the bad boys on the Ameratrail. Stainless slip on rotors, calipers, mounting brackets, and even the brake pads have stainless steel backing. Four new galvanized pre-greased hubs too. The old brakes were the integral hub-rotor type which I don't care for. I also found that the solenoid lock-out was no longer working, so I will replace that this weekend. Ready for some spring fishing now, waters are warming. [image]http://www.mbcforum.com/fbbuploads/1395410496-Kodiak_Trailer_Brakes_004.jpg[/image] [image]http://www.mbcforum.com/fbbuploads/1395410483-Kodiak_Trailer_Brakes_002.jpg[/image] Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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