AERO-TOW, LLC
Aero-Tow, LLC
Terry L Railing
1016 Mulberry Street
Lake Mills, WI 53551
920-648-8114
aerotow@aol.com
E200
Electric worm drive gearbox
Electronic Speed Control
2 - 12 volt sealed batteries
Automatic battery charger
Fork adaptor
Unit weighs 135#
The best way to describe the power
capabilities of the
E200 is that it is equal
to the power of one person, struggling,
to move the aircraft.  Both wheels drive
giving the mover more traction for driving
in slippery conditions.
Positioning the fork assembly in one of the top
brackets accommodates attachment above the
wheel.
Positioning the fork assembly in the bottom
bracket accommodates attachment to the axle
of the nose gear or to tail draggers.
Please note:  The E200 is a powered towbar.  Turning the aircraft is similar to turning an aircraft with
a regular towbar - the nose gear (or tail wheel) is the pivot point and the turn is made by moving the
towbar left or right.  With a powered towbar this means sliding the wheels of the towbar left or right
by lifting the wheels of the tug off the ground.
The E200 is a very universal tug that can accommodate Cirrus, Mooneys, the 100 series Cessna (with
or without wheel fairings), single engine Beechcraft,
RV's, and tail draggers.
Users have the option of having 'dolly
wheels' installed on the
E200 to make
free-wheel possible.  This kit is also
available as a retrofit.
Battery power:  The unit is powered by 2 - 12 volt, sealed batteries.  The unit comes complete with the
batteries and its own automatic charger.  The batteries will not develop a mem
ory.  Keep the charger  
plugged in when the tug is not in use.  The charger will automatically shut down when the batteries
reach a full charge.

Shipping and Assembly:  The E200 is shipped by common carrier in a single container.  The only
assembly required is inserting the fork assembly, securing with a snap pin, and attaching the battery
cable to the motor.  The batteries are fully charged prior to delivery.  Move your aircraft within minutes of
taking the
E200 from the shipping container.
Cherokee Six
Cirrus
Bonanaza
Cessna 150
Citabria