I have a new Turvent Series Two tow behind core aerator coming and I'm going to turn it from a manual lift to an electric lift by using an actuator arm for a satelite dish. Before you wrinkle your forehead too far be aware that this is the same exact setup used on the Gator Rator Core aerator. If you look closely at the top of the Gator you will see an 18 inch travel - multi voltage - 600 lbs capacity satelite actuator arm mounted to the top of the Rator used to raise and lower the the device. F.Y.I. ... these arms are also used on motorcycles with sidecars to adjust the camber of the cycle, in relation to the sidecar, on different sloped roadways. So they have a wide variety of uses. So my question is how the actuator motor would be wired to extend and retract the arm. My first thoughts would be that the arm would be wired the same as an electric window lift in a car window. It is through the (up and down) rocker switch for the door window and a relay that the voltage is simply reversed to the two wires connected to the actuator motor? But, this is all new to me so does anyone have the correct solution for someone that has never wired something like this before or a source online with skematics? Thank you one and all.