Replacement Breakaway Safety Cable Assembly for UFP Disc and Drum Brake Actuators #32264
This Zinc Plated Replacement UFP breakaway cable assembly secures to the bumper or frame of your tow vehicle as close to the center as possible (do not attach to safety chains). Designed to engage your trailer's brakes in the event the coupler detaches from the tow vehicle.
- UFP's exclusive breakaway cable design is unobtrusive, located at the front of the actuator, the optimum position.
- Includes cable attachment plate
- When set a visual indicator warns the operator
- The cable can be easily reset when necessary
- Works with UFP Hydraulic Brake Actuators
- Zinc Plated for corrosion resistance
- Effective length 17"
- Note: Includes new cable attachment plate.
32264 UFP replacement breakaway cable for UFP A-60, A-75,
**Will not fit A-84, XR-84, A-160. Please call if you need brake away for these models.
Very reassuring when performing repairs to have proper fitment of replacement parts
This was a nice upgrade and replaced a frayed cable I found during inspection of the existing actuator. Prompt and accurate information. I have bought items from Pacific Trailer before with great success. Thanks
I purchased the UFP safety cable, master cylinder, and shock absorber to rebuild my A-60 UFP trailer insert.
The parts were a perfect replacement and fit. The instructions were also very good and informative. It made replacing the master cylinder, shock absorber, and safety cable a breeze.
If you are rebuilding your A-60 UFP trailer insert, I would highly recommend these parts.
Great service & prices
The new cable is definitely thicker and it is plastic coated. Hopefully I will not need to field test it! The shipping was very fast as well.
Cable works great. Shipping was horrible and took 13 days to receive. Pacific trailer needs to fix the problem. This was the second straight shipping problem i had.
This part is an excellent replacement, I recommend disassembling the unit before you order the part in case you need other associated parts so you save on shipping costs and downtime. Depending on your trailer manufacturer, getting to the brake line fittings can be difficult.
There’s not much to this cable and if you need to replace yours, this will do the trick. But what I do like about the cable is that they now use a rubber grommet to retain the cable inside the housing as opposed to the old style crimp clip. If you have ever accidentally forgot to unhook the cable from your truck before pulling away after unhooking, you are familiar with the clip problem. The new grommet will hold the cable inside the housing and if you accidentally pull it out, it’s easy to push the cable back in. No need to replace a clip.
Replacement is a little involved in that you have to disassemble the entire assembly. The toughest part with the disc brake units is getting the unit back together as there will be pressure on the master cylinder. I used a 12 V battery to energize the reverse lockout solenoid and then used a drift to compress the master cylinder so I could reassemble the unit. All in all, it’s not a tough job, but it can be a bit of a handful. It would probably help to have an extra set of hands when reassembling the unit.
Pacific was great. I had the cable in my hands in a couple of days and I am on the East Coast. They also helped me over the phone to make sure that I have the right part number and the tech gave me some tips for disassembly and assembly.
Great communications and very fast shipping. Would definitely deal with them again. Also best price around.
Exactly as described. The supplied notes were also helpful.