Ditch Witch RT120 Quad ride-on trencher handles variety of utility installations
| September 03, 2013 |
The RT120 Quad features a heavy-duty undercarriage with 1,500-pound track frames that deliver a low center of gravity for increased stability, while chevron patter tracks provide traction on slopes and wet terrain.
The trencher has standard four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering, a three-speed ground drive that senses load conditions and automatically adjusts, and a dial control design for precise control of the ground drive speed and attachments. Rear steer provides a tight turn radius for improved jobsite maneuverability.
For working on uneven terrain, the RT120 Quad has a 15.5-inch ground clearance as well as standard tilt frame configuration that helps dig a vertical trench.
Service areas are easily accessible through removable side panels and conveniently located engine service points. An electrically controlled pump has no cables to adjust and requires minimal maintenance. A large selection of hydrostatic attachments is available, as well as a choice of two front-mount utility backhoes and a reel carrier.
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