Cessna 175 Skylark

Cessna introduced the Cessna 175 Skylark in 1958 with the intention of bridging the gap between the Cessna 172 and the more powerful Cessna 182. A distinctive feature of the 175 Skylark was the single Continental G-300 engine, which propels the propeller through a reducing gearbox. However, due to reliability issues with the engine, the aircraft received negative feedback at the time. The airframe was constructed entirely of aluminium alloy, featuring an all-metal design, and was engineered to accommodate an increased gross weight. The Cessna 175 Skylark was equipped with a tricycle landing gear arrangement made of spring steel.

Red Box is delighted to offer a comprehensive range of ground power equipment for the Cessna 175 Skylark aircraft, including tugs, ground power units, start power units and more—meticulously tailored to meet the specific requirements of this aircraft.

For efficient aircraft movement, we highly recommend the 701E Tug & 701EL Tug, capable of swiftly and safely manoeuvring small aircraft in confined spaces, with the 701E model being collapsible for convenient storage.

The most suitable continuous power unit is the RBPS25 25A. This compact, lightweight, and highly portable power unit has been designed to provide continuous high-quality DC power for various applications, including crew training, aircraft servicing in the workshop, on the ramp, or in the field.

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