Designed and built to save time and money for FBOs, Maintenance Shops, Corporate aviation or anyone needing to move aircraft. The 707 Tug makes it easy for one person to maneuver aircraft quickly and safely in tightly stacked hangars or staging on the ramp.
Move aircraft weighing up to 9,500 lbs. Max Tow
Tug performance data based on level, smooth, paved surfaces.
- 340cc Honda OHV Engine - EPA approved
- Gasoline (87-100LL)
- Electric start
- Heavy-Duty transmission
- Disc brake
- High-floatation pneumatic drive tires
- Lazy Susan
- Quick-Lock strap to secure nosewheel
Beech: Duke B60, Baron 58TC, Baron 58, Baron E55, Baron 95-B55, Duchess76,Bonanza B36TC, Bonanza A36, Bonanza V35B, Bonanza F33A/C, Sierra 200, Sundowner180
Commander: 500 / 520 / 560 / 680 /685 / 720
Piaggio: P-166 & P180
Piper: P46T - Meridian, PA31-350 Chieftain, PA31-325 CR, PA31-310 Navajo, PA34-220T Seneca III, PA44-180 Seminole, PA32-301 Saratoga, PA28RT – 201Arrow, PA28-236 Dakota, PA28-161 Warrior II, PA38—122 Tomahawk
Cessna: Conquest I, Conquest II, Grand Caravan, Caravan I, Caravan II, 421 Golden Eagle, 414A Chancellor, 402C / 340A / 310, T303 Crusader, Stationair 8/Turbo, Centurion, Centurion II, Stationair 6/Turbo, Skyland RG/Turbo, Cutlass RG, Cutlass RG II, Skyhawk 152
Very Happy with ours!!! I only wish I would have gone with the 709 model, the next level up which does 12,500lbs.
Does this transaxle gas powered tug lift the nose wheel? I need to lower the tail of an aerostar 12 in to get the tail under the door.
This can be used on the nose wheel but it will not lift the nose wheel. It will simply roll onto the tug and the tug itself can be pushed or pulled to move the aircraft.