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Dexter Electric Trailer Brakes - 10" - Left/Right Hand Assemblies - 3.5K

Dexter Electric Trailer Brakes - 10" - Left/Right Hand Assemblies - 3.5K

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Whether you're replacing trailer brakes or installing some on a new brake axle, these are easy to work with from start to stop. 10" x 2-1/4" Assemblies fit 14" to 15" wheels. 4-Bolt pattern backing plate. Made in the USA. Great Prices for the best trailer brakes from Dexter. Dexter Electric Trailer Brakes - 10" - Left/Right Hand Assemblies - 3.5K part number 23-26-27 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Dexter Trailer Brakes - 23-26-27

  • Electric Drum Brakes
  • 3500 lbs Axle
  • 10 x 2-1/4 Inch Drum
  • 14 Inch Wheel
  • 14-1/2 Inch Wheel
  • 15 Inch Wheel
  • Standard Grade
  • Manual Adjust
  • Dexter

Whether you're replacing trailer brakes or installing some on a new brake axle, these are easy to work with from start to stop. 10" x 2-1/4" Assemblies fit 14" to 15" wheels. 4-Bolt pattern backing plate. Made in the USA.


  • Easier to install and gives you more control than hydraulic brakes
    • Requires only an electric brake controller (sold separately) - no actuator or hydraulic lines needed
  • Periodic manual adjustment required
    • Can be done in minutes
  • Long-lasting brake pads offer excellent braking torque
    • Fully bonded to shoes for more consistent braking compared to riveted pads
  • Adjuster plugs (included) protect internal components from dirt, grime, and road debris
  • Left-hand (driver's-side) and right-hand (passenger's-side) brake assemblies included
    • Includes mounting hardware
  • Made in the USA


  • Application: most standard hub-and-drum assemblies, including etrailer, Dexter, and Lippert (LCI)
  • Dimensions: 10" diameter x 2-1/4" wide
  • Mounting flange bolt pattern: 4 bolt
    • Mounting flange bolt hole distance: 2-7/8" apart on center
  • Wheel size: 14", 14-1/2", and 15"
  • Axle rating: 3,500 lbs
  • Limited 5-year warranty

Quick Tip: There's really not a whole lot to getting new drum brakes. If you've confirmed that all of the specs listed above line up with what you need for your trailer, you can be pretty sure these will work for you.

How to Manually Adjust Trailer Brakes

The more miles you put on your trailer, the more your brake pads will wear down. As they lose contact with the drum, stopping distances get longer and longer. To keep your brakes working great, it's important to adjust them pretty routinely. For this job, grab a floor jack and either a brake adjustment tool (sold separately) or just a standard flathead screwdriver.

Jack up your trailer enough to get the wheel(s) off the ground. Remove the adjuster plugs from the backing plate on the brake, and insert the flat end of the tool through the back of the assembly.

Screenshot from an instruction video shows how to manually adjust the the alignment on a drum brake

Push in on the star gear and lift it up. Keep doing this until the brake pads catch on your drum. When you can't spin your wheel by hand anymore, back the gear off by about 10 clicks by pushing down on the star gear. Does the wheel now spin freely (even if it sounds like the brake pads drag slightly on the drum)? Great! Then you're all done with that one and ready to adjust the rest.

How to Break In New Brakes

After you get these brakes installed and adjusted, you'll need to break them in. First, find a long stretch of road or a big, empty parking lot. Once you're there, set your brake controller to its maximum setting and get moving. Speed up to about 40 mph and brake to slow to about 20 mph. Repeat this 15-30 times. The goal is to get the brake shoes and magnet properly seated into your drum. You'll know you've done that when it feels less jerky (and more consistent) each time you apply the brakes.

Note: The brakes will be very hot after doing this, so after every 10 stops you'll want to wait about 10 minutes to let the brakes cool off before continuing. If you don't, you might cook and crack the pad material.

23-26 Dexter Electric Brake Assembly - LH - Driver Side - 10" x 2-1/4" - Manual Adjust - 3,500 lbs

23-27 Dexter Electric Brake Assembly - RH - Passenger Side - 10" x 2-1/4" - Manual Adjust - 3,500 lbs

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Dexter Electric Trailer Brakes - 10" - Left/Right Hand Assemblies - 3.5K - 23-26-27

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (400 Customer Reviews)

Whether you're replacing trailer brakes or installing some on a new brake axle, these are easy to work with from start to stop. 10" x 2-1/4" Assemblies fit 14" to 15" wheels. 4-Bolt pattern backing plate. Made in the USA.


Installing these turned out to be a battle, in part due to user error working with solderless connectors. Once I abandoned these in favor of old-fashioned wirenuts, my problems mostly went away. However, I have one big concern about the quality of this product: while troubleshooting my electrical difficulties, I discovered that with 3 out of 4 brakes(!), a hard plastic (or some sort of non-metalic metal) shard had broken loose and was rattling around inside the brake drum. They appear to have split off the back of the magnet. Obviously I'm concerned that had I not pulled the drums off and discovered this, they could have interfered with the operation of the brakes and/or caused damage. Although etrailer has provided stellar service, Dexter should be made aware of this problem.

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Brooke M.


Thanks for the review! What you described here made me curious so I reached out to Dexter. They said it is a piece of What they call flashing from the plastic resin they inject into the magnet core to finish and secure the core and bobbin of the magnet into one solid piece. Occasionally due to temp/flow of material, and pressure they do get flashing where excess plastic can find its way around the metal can of the magnet and adhere to the back of the magnet can. This does not have any affect on the operation of the magnet its self or its electrical continuity.


The brake parts were all correct for my application and installation was straightforward with minimal tools needed. I did take the extra step of soldering the wire connections because that is the best way to do it IMO.

Stephen at etrailer was very helpful. He made sure I had all the right parts for my application. and they were on their way very quickly.

I will say that I tried to use my local dealer first because I like to support local businesses, but unfortunately, they were having trouble finding the right parts for my trailer. When we did find them, they were 50% more expensive for the exact same parts that etrailer supplied. I would also have had to drive 80 miles round trip to get them.

The reason for the 4-star rating is because of shipping/packing. The parts were heavy in large boxes with no packing material to hold them in place. Two of the hub sets were out of their boxes and there was a crushed grease cap. So, better packing to keep things in place in the boxes or use a smaller box would be nice.

I attached a few pics of before and after also tmy very worn hubs. You can see that eh armature is worn down to the studs and the magnets are starting to show the coils. It was time. Also a short video or timelapse that I titled, Trailer Brakes in 18 seconds

Etrailer Expert

Katrina D.


I am sorry that the hubs arrived in this condition. Let me get you over to our customer service department for them to see what we can do for you.


My first time ordering from trailer, and I will definitely go back to them in the future. George J let me know when my shipment was on the way. Carol C. let me know it had been delivered. It came three days early! Their customer service has been outstanding and I am grateful. I needed to replace some parts in my electric brakes on my 17' Casita SD, which had failed state inspection in Virginia. The dealer wanted $400 to replace the magnets. I went with a right and left wheel assembly kit made by Dexter, the company that made my axle. New everything! Not messing around. The good: Just four nuts/ bolts! The bad: two of those nuts on each assembly required more than wrenches to remove them. Be prepared! Have a plan! The two behind the swing arm can be hard to reach with a socket. And two of those broke free from the brake assembly plate, so they just spin. I had to grind the head of the studs off with an angle grinder, after removing the brake shoes. See photo. After removal challenges, assembly was easy. Just four bolts and two wires! I reassembled with an anti seize compound on the threaded studs, so that when I have to do it again, hopefully the nut's are not frozen on the studs. Etrailer's service was awesome and their prices were the best as well. I'm a believer and will go with them again. Excellent transaction and support! Oh yeah... my packages arrived in new boxes and in perfect, ready to install condition. No issues with my red at all. Give them a try!

by: 01/18/2024

Spring tensioner assembly immediately broke in my driver side drum. Im having to mail back the entire assembly on my own dime. Dexter service is nonexistent, had to go through etrailer for the warranty help. Ended up buying a whole new drum assembly because i need it asap, instead of waiting weeks for the warranty to get figured out. Very annoyed.


Delivered exactly as described. All hardware included. Parts assembled. No guessing at all.



The brakes work excellently. They self adjust greatly and never pull to one side. Have never had issue with one side grabbing more than the other. They certainly help bring my rig to a halt quickly and evenly.


These are awful. The first set I installed kept on catching and sticking on, despite constantly adjusting them. The second set was lightly damaged in shipping (etrailer customer support is top notch and sent a replacement set out right away) but I installed them after the first set refused to work right. They're better but they're still the grabbiest trailer brakes I've ever towed and make it hard to get a decent setting on the brake controller for good braking that doesn't snap your head each time you step on the pedal but provides decent braking performance. Save your money and buy generic brakes, instead.

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Jenny N.


I wondered if you had also gone through the process of what we call bedding the brakes? This process allows the brake shoes and the magnet to seat to the drum. What you would do is drive the trailer out into an open area, like an empty parking lot. Get up to around 40 MPH and apply the manual override on your brake controller. Make sure the brake controller is set high enough where it will fully engage the trailer brakes [usually the middle setting will be just fine]. Do not hit the brake pedal during this time, as you want to slow down your vehicle and trailer with only the trailer brakes. You will most likely have to do this about 20 to 30 times to properly seat the brakes. When you feel like your brakes are properly seated, pull over and check for signs that you are done: a bit of smoke is normal and your brakes should be very hot [brakes should read 350-400 degrees with a temperature gun]. If you don't see these signs, then keep repeating the process until your brakes are properly seated.



@JennyN I didn't follow the procedure for bedding the brakes that you outline but I did definitely get the first set of brakes ripping hot on a couple occasions before I realized they were sticking on. They were brand new brakes and drums so it doesn't seem like they ought to take so much work to bed. I was borrowing the trailer from a friend (and did the brakes as part of the 'rental' aspect of it) and have given the trailer back in the meantime. I'll let him know about the bedding procedure and maybe that will improve some of the grabiness he also noticed.


Dexter always known for high quality items. Thier trailer brake assemblies were nice. Some minor paint scuffing on back side right out of their bags


Website is very easy to navigate. Order went smooth and delivery was very quick. Parts seem to be high quality at a reasonable price. Very happy all around. I highly recommend e-trailer.

Otis H.


After a year, my-trailer brakes are working great. I’ve hauled everything from lumber to mini excavators and I h have had zero issues with the brakes. Love em!

Etrailer Expert

Bud M.


@OtisH Great to hear. Thank you for providing us with an update.


Direct replacement with all the parts needed, nice not to have to piece things together.


Good product, good price, fast shipping! I will deal with e trailer in the future!


OEM replacement. Packed well, arrived on time. Thanks etrailer!


I purchased a brake assembly and hub kit for my travel trailer. I had a 100% positive experience with etrailer. Very helpful in placing my order.
All parts were correct and fit perfectly.
The only minor problems I encountered were as follows. The printed instructions included with the hubs were copies, that had been recopied about 3000 times. Practically illegible. One of the brake assemblies arrived without the small plastic clip that secures the wires for the brake magnet to the backing plate. Both of these small problems were "in the box" from Dexter and not the fault of etrailer
I will have no hesitation dealing with etrailer in the future.



I am completely satisfied with my partspurchase 1 year later.


I bought an 18 year old trailer with dexter axles so it made sense to rebuild the suspension with DEXTER components. Ordered,shipped,and rebuilt in a week. etrailer works for me!!!


Customer service was excellent, fast shipping and perfect replacement parts.


"Top Shelf Service", by all!

with the complete price.
Well packaged.....arrived on the
projected good condition.

Thanks, Darryl

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Very easy installation. The order for the break assembly was delivered on time. Looks like quality parts.
Should add Dexter stickers to delivery so we can advertise for you


Time to replace original brakes on Jayco travel trailer. Bought two fully assembled genuine Dexter trailer brake kits. One kit for each axle. Purchase price was excellent and received fully assembled as described. Packaging was great with no damage. Free shipping! The brake assemblies looked good with no issues. Definitely new! Installed with no issues. No missing hardware. Their website was easy to use. Will buy from them again. As a side note, really appreciate the videos they provide on their website to help as required.


Great product, all hardware included, no problems



Works good. Bolted right up


It was easy to find the correct part for my Aerolite, shipping was very quick



Perfwct replacement


We hadn’t changed anything on our 16ft trailer in 18 yrs. While the design had changed a bit all the new equipment fit like the original pieces.


Brake assemblies and drums arrived in perfect condition. Packed very well. It seems that way to many items from other online retailers come delivered damaged. UPS is hard on packages. also has superb customer service. Prices are very good. Thanks Trailer lights were packed well to.


Always get product as described and on time


The parts that I received were very well described. They installed perfectly with no problems.


fit perfect and came will all i needed!


Exactly as described. Very easy to inst all.

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