AET Series: 36/60” Towable

AET Series: 36/60” Towable

Tow Behind Aerator

At up to four acres an hour, the tow behind AET60 maximizes large property aerations and configures to widths of 36", 48" or 60" with a simple flip up or down of the aerator's wings. This unit weighs 440 lbs without supplemental weights for deep, hard soil aeration.

For ultimate maneuverability, the AET60 also features swiveling tine assemblies (when used with 3-point hitch). It mounts to a standard tow bar or category 1, 3-point hitch, runs up to 5 mph, and pulls behind any type of tow vehicle (20 HP or more). This unit provides a quality 6" x 7" aeration pattern up to 4" deep. Built-in manual jack lifts and lowers tines with ease. Two pneumatic wheels for transport. Note: Will accept cinder blocks or sand bags for weight.

Features

Category 1, 3-Point Hitch Mounting

Tines swivel for 3-point hitch mounting.

80 Hardened Steel Tines

Provides more efficient extraction of plugs. Tine wheels swivel for superior maneuverability (when used with 3-point hitch)

Foldable Wings

Wings raise and lower for desired aeration width, 36", 48" or 60".

Manual Lift

Raise and lower tines with ease.

Specifications

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Model
AET60
Hitch Type
Category 1, 3-point or Standard Tow Bar
Towing Requirements
20 HP min. riding mower or tractor
Wheels (in.)
13
Wheel Type
Pneumatic
Tines
80
Weight (lbs.)
440
Length (in.)
Extendable tongue 76 to 88
Height (in.)
35
Width (in.)
37 - 60

Testimonials

After two seasons of renting aerators from Home Depot, I saved enough money to buy my own. The drum style machines that I had rented for almost 24 work days were terrible, back-breaking machines that felt like chasing a bull across every property I aerated. After a ton of research and price comparisons, I ultimately went with the PL2501SPH. While it is slightly more expensive than a base machine, it is well worth the investment. Last spring alone, I made equal the cost of the machine in just residential work. The transmission is fantastic, full forward and reverse. The best part is, my back is not broken after a day's work. The only downside is the price of replacement tines, they are a pretty penny... I’m thoroughly impressed with my new machine and The Billy Goat brand. 

--Jeff D; Salt Lake City, UT

 

The Billy Goat AE1300H is the best machine on the market, hands down. Not only does it pull consistetnly deep cores, but it pulls TONS of them. The reciprocating tines and variable speed mean you can pull almost an infinite amount of cores, utilizing it as a tiller for seedbed prep. The durability of the machine is second to none, as I have had it for about 5 years and it has seen around 500 hours of use! Would not buy any other aerator on the market. Drum units were made obsolete the second this machine came onto the market. I used to be against aerating because of the lack of results drum units producted, but this machine is a game changer. 

-- Drew D, St. Joseph, MO

"After two seasons of renting aerators from Home Depot, I saved enough money to buy my own. The drum style machines that I had rented for almost 24 work days were terrible, back-breaking machines that felt like chasing a bull across every property I aerated. After a ton of research and price comparisons, I ultimately went with the PL2501SPH. While it is slightly more expensive than a base machine, it is well worth the investment. Last spring alone, I made equal the cost of the machine in just residential work. The transmission is fantastic, full forward and reverse. The best part is, my back is not broken after a day's work. The only downside is the price of replacement tines, they are a pretty penny... I’m thoroughly impressed with my new machine and The Billy Goat brand."

- Jeff D, Salt Lake City, UT