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Spring Transition

15_Spring-Rentals-500-x250Aero is now accepting reservations  for aeration and topdressing!   If you know the dates that you need equipment, give us a call and get on our reservation list today.

Topdresser Tycrop MH400 John Deere 4320 Renovaire Ditchwitch 1820 Trencher
Top Dressers (Large & Small) John Deere Tractors Aerators Trenchers
Wacker RD25 Buffalo Turbine SC252 line SC550_Sod_Cutter
Rollers Turbine Blower Stumpgrinders Sodcutters

Introducing Aero Equipment Supply

Aero Equipment Rental

Tree Care

Vermeer SC252 Stump Cutter


  • 25hp Kohler Engine
  • Trailer Included with Rental
Bluebird SG1314


  • 13hp Honda Engine
  • 12″ Diameter Cutting Head
  • Cuts up to 12″ Depth

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Currently we sell the full line of Bearcat Chippers

Don’t Forget the Chainsaws & Supplies:



Aero Equipment Topdresser

Turftime TT-2430

Bannerman BTD10

Bannerman BTD-10

  • 3-5 Cu Yard Hopper
  • Spreads 6′ – 40′
  • Walking Beam Suspension
  • 23 Cu Ft Hopper
  • Brush Topdresser
  • Engine Driven
AERO Equipment Supply is Arizona’s dealer and rental headquarters for Turf Time, Bannerman, and Gandy products.  If you’re looking to rent or purchase a topdresser, give the Turftime or Bannerman a try today!

More Aero in the News

As we get closer to March 3rd, we continue to get articles written about Mitch Hoxie’s up-coming induction into the Rental Hall of Fame.  This is of course a real honor, considering that Mitch was an integral part in the foundations of not only Aero Rental, but equipment rental companies in general.


AERO in the News

Tom "Mitch" Hoxie

Tom "Mitch" Hoxie

I was pleasantly surprised this morning to receive my weekly e-mail from Rental Pulse, and find a short article regarding Aero’s founder being honored in the Rental Hall of Fame.  Here is the excerpt:

Thomas (Mitch) Hoxie
Mitch Hoxie was one of the rental industry’s early and influential pioneers. Following his high school graduation in 1932, he moved to Los Angeles and worked as a contractor. In 1946, he and his family moved to Tucson, Ariz., where he started the city’s first rental business in 1947. It began after neighbors were frequently wanting to borrow the extensive supply of equipment he acquired working as a contractor. Hoxie eventually put up a “for rent” sign, which was successful as it further increased use of his equipment. As the demand continued to increase, he purchased an old gas station to house the business, which he named Arizona Equipment Rental Co. The name was later shortened to Aero Rental.
In the following years, the business expanded along with Tucson’s rapid growth and he opened four additional operations. That made it one of the first rental companies to have multiple locations.
Hoxie also was one of the first rental operators to join ARA, then called the American Associated Rental Operators, during the 1957 convention in Omaha, Neb. Aero Rentals has been an ARA member ever since, and continues to be owned by the Hoxie family. When it was discovered he’d owned a rental business longer than anyone else at the convention, he was placed on the program so other attendees could learn from his experiences. That was the start of his association involvement, as he was elected to the board of directors in 1959 and appointed executive vice president for 1961-1962. He served on a variety of ARA committees, helped establish the awards committee in 1962 and wrote numerous articles for Rental Age (now RENTAL MANAGMENT). He was honored as “Rental Man of the Year” in 1964 and received ARA’s Distinguished Service Award in 1968. He was the first director at large on the ARA board when that position was created in 1975 to represent the association’s past officers and directors.
Realizing the importance of communication and cooperation among local rental companies, Hoxie organized the Tucson Equipment Rental Association in the early 1970s and served as its first president.
Hoxie retired from Aero Rentals in the early 1980s, though he continued to stop in the business regularly. He passed away in 1984.

New Equipment In Inventory


We have recently added the John Deere 110TLB (Tractor/Loader/Backhoe) into our rental inventory.  They have proven to be an excellent piece of equipment for our mix of rental equipment.  Not only are they excellent to be used as tractors with front buckets, but the fact that you can put a box blade behind it, or a dedicated backhoe unit, makes this unit a real powerhouse.   The compact frame allows the JD 110 to get into areas that full size backhoes can’t.  If that wasn’t enough, the digging “breakout force” of a JD 110 is comparable to that of larger backhoes.  Try one today, and see why Aero recommends the John 110TLB.

JD 110TLB Tractor Backhoe JD100TLB_Loader_Backhoe

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Ditchwitch 1820 Walk Behind Trencher
Ditchwitch 1820 Trencher         Ditchwitch 1820 Specs

  • Makes a 4″ Wide Trench
  • 24″ or 36″ Digging Depth
  • Shark Chain
  • Dual Front Tires for improved steering
  • Front Auger for Moving Dirt From Trench
Ditchwitch LogoSK-350 Multi-Use Equipment
       Ditchwitch SK-350 Specs
3 Attachments Available:

  • Auger Attachment (Pictured)
  • Forklift Attachment
  • Slip Scoop Bucket

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AERO Equipment Rental and Sales handles turf and landscape equipment in Arizona.

We Maintain a Fleet of Quality Rental Equipment
We Sell New and Used Equipment from Over 30 Brands
We Support the Equipment We Sell
We Repair Your Equipment and Handle Warranty Situations
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