Ditch Witch has launched three new utility tractors with redesigned operator workstations.
The company says the RT105, RT125 and RT125 Quad offer best-in-class ground clearance and standard four-wheel drive systems. Tier 4 Final Deutz engines power the new models, producing 107 horsepower in the RT105 and 121 horsepower in the RT125 and RT125 Quad.
These models’ new workstations, which boast more legroom and tilt steering columns, allow operators to rotate 120 degrees. A 5-inch color display rotates with the operator providing information into machine functions and engine performance.
“Long hours on the jobsite can take a toll on operators. We’ve taken trencher performance to the next level and given operators the comfort they need for enhanced productivity and performance,” said Ditch Witch product manager for heavy duty trenchers Steve Seabolt.
Ditch Witch says it has also upgraded the controls on these new models, providing dial controls for ground and attachment operations, allowing operators to adjust power to each system.
The RT125 Quad also features a shift-on-the-fly ground drive system that automatically adjusts to individual jobsite needs by sensing load conditions. This model also features standard rear steer, which boosts turning radius, traction and flotation while digging.