UFP Brake Actuator Parts List and Schematic

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UFP Brake Actuator Parts List and Schematic

UFP A-60 Series Replacement Parts List and Schematic

Pacific Trailers offer a complete line of UFP replacement hydraulic brake actuators and replacement parts.  Trailer Buddy disc brake parts are also available for models DB-42 and DB-35.

To order replacement brake actuator parts for the UFP A-60, A-75, A-84, and A-160 please contact us or order online here with our secure online shopping cart. 

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Ordering Replacement Parts

Order all your replacement parts for the UFP A-60 online. Generally, all parts listed to the left are in stock and ready to ship.

NOTE: Most A-60 actuator parts are interchangeable with all UFP actuator models (with the exception of the A-160 which has some parts not listed below). UFP makes actuators available for both disc and drum brake applications. Disc brakes require an electric reverse solenoid #27 part #34500. Disc brakes on 1-trailer axle require a push rod assembly for 1-axle brakes. Disc brakes on 2 and 3 axles requires push rod assemblies according to how many braked axles you are running.

UFP Parts List
UFP Schematic


  • Mark H Yacuel

    I purchased a whole new A60. the actuator, part # 27, (34500) did not come with fittings.
    How do I get them?
    Is there an male adapter that takes a 3/8" to a 10mm ,1 for the other fitting on the actuator?
    I’m land locked without these parts

  • Aaron

    I have an A-75. There is NOT a schematic or any picture of how this is supposed to look. It is very different than the A60. Mine is currently out and I can’t reassemble to winterize boat. We had hard frost last night. I’d really rather not freeze a 5.0 block. Please advise with A75 picture and reassembly procedure.

  • Greg

    Of course I got no installation manual on this thing. that’s crap. I got the A-75 and when I was putting together two plastic rollers (which i thought were shipping only) fell out. Now that I found a diagram i realized that they are the rear rollers? Guess I need to take back apart unless I am wrong.

  • Steve

    Have a 1995 ez loader single axel boat trailer and need to replace the actuator with a drop in bolt up unit rated a 7000 to 7500 with lock out for backing or close to original part.
    Thank you

  • michael lindsay

    I have a A-70 hydraulic brake actuator and there is quite a bit of surge clunk in stopping and starting. Noticed there was no oil and the is extremely dirty. Is it worth replacing all parts or buy a new unit?

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