A versatile powered towbar, the AeroTow T1 can accommodate Cirrus, Mooneys, the 100 series Cessna (with or without wheel fairings), Piper Comanche, Piper Cherokee, single engine Beechcraft and tail draggers.
An aircraft mover designed to allow one person to easily move a single or twin engine aircraft. The AeroTow T2 also has various adaptors to fit a wide variety of aircrafts and offers more power than the AeroTow T1, up to 6,000 lbs. max towing capacity.
The largest tow, AeroTow T3, can move a wide range of aircraft — from the Cessna 172RG through the Cessna Citation 650. It hydraulically lifts and carries the nose wheel of the aircraft to allow for greater maneuverability.
Designed to manually move Cirrus aircraft.
AeroTow was founded in 1996 by Terry Railing. As a licensed private pilot, he saw a need for a better way to move small airplanes and he started building his line of AeroTow airplane tugs. With a background in machining, aviation, tool and die model making – starting the AeroTow company was a natural fit.
He was one of the original owners of Chapter 2, a machine shop that produced the Gettelman Lug-Bug. Terry also owned and operated a True Value Hardware store for several years before he started Aero-Tow.
In 2014, Terry’s wife Kathy joined Aero-Tow full time. She is a licensed private pilot and handled the bookkeeping and advertising of the business. They travel the country and attend tradeshows where they have made great friends and connections over the years.
When Terry and Kathy started thinking about retirement, they were looking for a company to take over Aero-Tow. Through a mutual supplier, Aero-Tow connected with Amigo Mobility, a battery-operated cart manufacturer in mid-Michigan. When Al and Beth Thieme, founder and owners of Amigo Mobility, met with Terry, there was an instant connection and mutual passion for helping their customers find a better way.
Amigo Mobility was founded in 1968 when Al Thieme invented the first motorized mobility cart for a family member with a walking disability. A former plumbing and heating contractor, Thieme grew the business out of his garage to a 100k sq. ft. facility located across the street from the original small shop in his garage. Today, Amigo Mobility manufacturers a variety of battery operated carts and tugs, and sells to grocery stores such as Walmart, Target and Kroger, to healthcare customers, hospitals, warehouses and industrial facilities. Amigo Mobility is proud to continue Terry and Kathy’s dedication to their customers and manufacturing dependable products while keeping the name and spirit alive.
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July 25 – July 31, 2022