Ditch Witch used the GIE+Expo last week to debut its SK750 and SK755 compact tool carriers. Replacing the SK650, the units feature a high-drive track system with bolt-on sprockets and wide track rollers, plus heavier bushings, all designed for longer track life.
The two models have an 800-pound rated operating load capacity, compared to the SK650’s 650-pound capacity. The 50-percent larger operator’s platform features anti-fatigue pads. Operators can maintain hydraulic flow to the attachment with a two-way auxiliary control foot pedal, which keeps their hands free to control depth and ground speed. An optional single lever joystick controls ground drive.
Below, Matt Collins with Ditch Witch and Ahmed Hassan, former host of TV’s “Yard Crashers,” go into specifics on the new models.