Heavy Duty TowBots

Heavy Duty TowBot TB4000

Radio Controlled Towing for Larger Aircraft

The Heavy Duty TowBot is the safest way to tow larger utility and cargo aircraft. Heavy Duty TowBots feature gear reduction and a 28 volt DC motor for aircraft towing capability up to 30,000 pounds.  

  • Remote Controlled, Single Operator Towing
  • Silent 28V DC Electric Motor
  • Compatible with Single Nose Wheel or Tail Dragger Aircraft
  • Tow aircraft up to 30,000 pounds, based on application
  • 360 Degree Turning Capability
  • Zero Fuel Costs
  • Integrated Battery Charger for Maximum Uptime


Upgrade Your Towbot

Alternate Power Unit (APU)

The alternate power unit (APU) adds a built-in 28-Volt Auxiliary Power Plug and Power Cord for running accessories on the ramp or in the hangar.

Dual Wheel Nose Carriage

Specially fitted to tow aircraft with dual wheel carriage landing gear. Carriage widths vary by aircraft.

24v LED Light Kit

A powerful LED light illuminates the carriage area of the TowBot, making it easy to pull or push aircraft in low-light conditions.

Trailer Hitch Adapter

Trailer Towing Attachment bolted to your TowBot allows you to move almost any ball hitched trailer with ease and unprecedented manuverability. Perfect for towing boats.

Tail Wheel Inserts

This insert sits inside of the single wheel carriage and allows the Towbot to easily move tail-draggers by firmly confining the real wheel.

Heavy Duty TowBot TB4000
  • Measures 38" Wide x 46" Long x 12" High
  • Powerful Reversible 24 Volt DC Motors
  • Rugged Steel Construction
  • Powder-Coated Frame
  • Virtually Zero Maintenance
  • Easy Ergonomic Remote Control Handset
  • Max Towing Speed 1.7 Feet Per Second
  • Overvoltage and Thermally Protected
  • Tows Aircraft up to 30,000 Pounds Gross Weight, based on application
  • Trouble Free Cast Iron Rims with Non-Marking Molded Wheels
  • Solid State Heavy Duty Fully Articulating Motor Control
  • Hybrid Zero Turn Capability about Stationary Nosewheel
  • Built in Interference Protection Featuring Spektrum's New 2.4 Ghz Technology