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10" Diameter Eliminator Disc Brake


Model # 7792922 | Mfg # 82113
Limited availability.

The Eliminator disc brake with vented rotor and aluminum caliper provides serious braking for serious towing.


  • E-Coat finish protects the caliper from salt crystallization.
  • Stainless Steel caliper slide pins are easily accessible with 7/16" hex heads for quick removal
  • GalvX coated brake pad backing plates further reduce areas susceptible to corrosion
  • All aluminum caliper, 380 series alloy, sheds heat five times faster than traditional cast iron calipers
  • Compact design allows short axle overhangs and provides direct brake line routing back to the axle
  • Oil impregnated bronze bushings last longer and slide smoother
  • Oversize rubber boot is 50% thicker by design and provides a more positive piston withdrawal
  • Replacement brake pads available at most auto parts stores (use NAPA #TS-7192-M (for 1990 Chevrolet Cavalier) or: IBN #289 and MXD289)

10" Diameter Eliminator Disc Brake

Capacity 3500 Pounds
Diameter 10 Inches
Type Brakes

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Tie Down Engineering 10" Diameter Eliminator Disc Brake

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


Nice but i should have got stainless


from Cape May N.J to Mathon fla.

About Me Experienced trailerboater, Saltwater angler

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  • Better than standard equipment


  • Rust, corrosion

Best Uses

  • Long distance towing
  • Ramp launching

Comments about Tie Down Engineering 10" Diameter Eliminator Disc Brake:

Like all thing that come in contact with salt water, maintenance is number one, wash brakes with fresh water twice aday [in and out].If you use trailer once a year clean and spray paint all brake parts [paint will burn off when you start useing again]. You take care of it it will take care of you . 7,000 MILES A YEAR TOWING TRAILER

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