Ditch Witch intros SK600 mini skid steer aimed at landscape jobs

Updated Nov 17, 2016


Aimed at delivering power and versatility to contractors on confined jobsites without the need of hopping into and out of the cab a skid steer or compact track loader, Ditch Witch has introduced the SK600 mini skid steer.

This tracked compact utility loader is powered by a 24.8-horsepower Kubota engine. The machine’s 600-pound operating capacity and 76-inch hinge-pin height make it a particularly good fit on landscape and irrigation jobs, Ditch Witch says.

“Today’s landscape operators face a variety of challenging jobsites not always conducive for the larger machines on the market,” says Chris Thompson, Ditch Witch product manager for compact equipment. “The SK600 is designed specifically for projects that require operators to work in tight environments and hard-to-reach places, without sacrificing durability and the power required for many landscape tasks.”

The SK600 features an auxiliary control foot pedal for easy management of hydraulic flow to the attachment. A stable platform and optimized hydraulics deliver what Ditch Witch calls “the smoothest ride in the industry.”