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Trailer Brakes


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anyone know part numbers for the brake calipers on a 2006 era Extreme trailer?  The only markings on the existing caliper is "UFP"

The local parts store came up with UFP DB35 or 41050.  I bought one and attempted an install.  it is close, but the housing is larger and the bolt holes dont match up with the existing bracket.

I hope somebody else has had to replace these calipers and took better notes than usually do.


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Not sure if it is too late to help or not.  I have a little bit older trailer (2002) but it has UFP disc brakes.  I have the original paperwork that came with the trailer and its calling them a DB-42 and the part number for the Caliper body assembly is 36020.  Take a look and see if those look like what you have.

https://www.pacifictrailers.com/products/trailer-buddy-model-db-42-disc-brake-caliper-36020?variant=37076623562&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=Google Shopping&utm_source=google&utm_medium=shopping&utm_term=&utm_content=340182651085&keyword=&utm_campaign=smart-all-test&gclid=CjwKCAjwkdL6BRAREiwA-kiczGpKgqVh2Wkw7N1DkfzDisy5Dqb0bkIh9D537MKekucHhyn_DomBoxoC9_sQAvD_BwE

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