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Shock Wheel TM : Greater Safety for Backcountry Pilots and Flight Schools

Shock Wheel TM : Greater Safety for Backcountry Pilots and Flight Schools

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Shock Wheel TM: Greater Safety for backcountry pilots and flight schools 

- 3.2’’ of Oleo-pneumatic absorption

- Bolts onto standard spring gears in 2 hours

- For aircraft up to 1430lbs

- Tested at 4G

- Anti-roll system included

- 6.5lbs per side

- The Shock Wheel is a patented system

Available for: Rans S6/S7 – Zenair - G1 - Savannah - Magni Gyro - Bristell XL8 - Pipistrel Sinus/Virus - Aerospool Dynamic - Nynja/Skyranger

STC for DA40 NG : complete Wheel and Brake upgrade

-Tubeless wheels : greater safety and weight saving

-High performance brakes for shorter rolling distances

-Positive pedal response - Progressive braking action to prevent tire lock ups

-Reliability : Improved lifetime of pads-discs and maintenance free bearings

Complete ALG / Wheels / Brakes / Master cylinder upgrade STC for Piper PA-18

Wheels/Brakes : High energy rating for “heavy” cubs - Wheels fully CNC machined from high grade aluminum billet - Bolt-on replacement - Maintenance free sealed ball bearings & anti-corrosion stainless steel disc

6" wheel/brake kit for Alaskan landing gear: STC available

6" wheel/brake kit for original landing gear: STC pending

10" wheel/brake kit: STC pending

Alaskan Landing Gear : High efficiency LG with oil/pneumatic shocks, no-rebound and anti-roll shocks - 12 inch damping travel - for high energy dissipation - Strong design for bush use (3G proof tested) - Lightweight, high strength aluminum (2024)

Heel brake master cylinders : Braking power – positive pedal response – reliabilityCNC machined from billet aluminum for higher strength and lower weight - pedal mounted on ball bearings - integrated brake fluid reservoir - bolt-on installation, no modification required 

FAA PMA BERINGER AERO USA

The US entity of BERINGER got its FAA PMA Approval, allowing it to work with the FAA directly and own BERINGER FAA STCs

More to come soon…

Last modified on Tuesday, 19 March 2019 20:05

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