I want to improve my wheel and brake system, but Beringer prices are too high.
Beringer systems are a little more expensive than standard products, but thanks to their exceptional reliability and life span, the long-term operating cost is economical. Aircraft owners can find it possible to see a return on their investment in 1 or 2 years with the following benefits.
- Non-leaking brake lines
- Quicker and simpler pad replacements
- No tube expenses
- No bearing maintenance
- Straighter and shorter stops
- Smoother braking
- Lighter components
If I switch to Beringer wheels and brakes, do I also need to change my master cylinders?
I filled my brake system with the wrong brake fluid; what can I do?
The wrong brake fluid will damage the seals after only a few minutes of contact, resulting in brake lock, leaking, or poor performance. Regardless of which brake parts you use, you will need to change all the seals of the entire system. If you use a Beringer system, contact us for repair kits, or send the parts back to us for repair.
What type of brake fluid should I use?
How do I choose the correct wheels, tires, and brakes?
Why are most Beringer wheels made for tubeless tires?
Tubeless has many advantages compared to tube type:
- safer — less risk of puncture
- lighter — tubes weigh around 1 to 2 lbs. each
- cheaper — no tube to buy
- These are the same reasons why most current cars, motorcycles, and commercial airplanes use tubeless tires.
Tubeless tires are designed to be airtight. Precise machining ensures proper contact between the tire and wheel.