Galva-Tech Marine Grade Free-Backing Brake Assembly (10" Right) #32681R

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Galva-Tech Marine Grade Free-Backing Brake Assembly (10" Right) #32681R


  • Galva-Tech backing plates
  • Stainless steel spring hardware
  • Aluminum wheel cylinders
  • Riveted marine brake shoes
  • Works great on non-marine applications too

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Paul D. (Bremerton, US)
Backing Plate assemblies

2ea 10" Right Backing Plate assemblies. No problems but would have been nice if they came with new mounting bolts.

Andy C. (Las Cruces, US)
Great Product

Worked well for my needs. Would definitely recommend

Michael D. (Elk Grove, US)

Everything fit and worked perfectly and service was great. Highly recommend Pacific Trailers for replacement parts

FRANK W. (Eureka, US)
Part Needed

This is exactly the part I needed to replace existing rusted brake assembly. With my trailer in and out is salt water I have to replace them about every 3 years even though they gets rinsed every time. However, it’s the best I have found on the market.

SANDRA A. (Albuquerque, US)

The product was just what we ordered.

emanuel a. (Newburgh, US)
Great Stuff

perfect fit, works great, got my job done with very little effort. all the people were very helpful and parts were pckaged so they arrived with out any damage. This is my new go to place for trailer and dolly parts.

MIke M. (Philadelphia, US)
Boat trl.

Perfect fit, Quick shipment

Boo=bby (Moreno Valley, US)

Worked out great.
Employee was very helpful.

Nathan M. (Craig, US)
10in break assembly

Worked great easy to install

John K. (Vallejo, US)
Boat Trailer Brake Backer Plates

Nicely built galvanized units both right and left. Hard to get old plates off because of rusted bolts and brake lines. Don't bother trying to remove old brake lines...just cut them off and get new ones. New plates go on easily after you get new nuts and bolts. Wheel cylinders use 10 mm metric bleed nuts instead of SAE. Not a real easy job to do while the boat is still on the trailer. Check and turn the brake drums if necessary. Install new wheel grease seals and repack bearings. Check and replace master cylinder if necessary. Have someone help when bleeding the brakes. Use a small pry bar to actuate the master cylinder. Pump the cylinder several times and then hold pressure while someone else opens the bleed screws. Use a clear tube on the wheel cylinders to bleed fluid into a container. Continue the process until the brake fluid runs free of bubbles at each wheel. Adjust brakes as necessary.