Ditch Witch utility tractors feature re-designed operator stations providing greater comfort and excellent project visibility
Three new, turbocharged utility tractors from Ditch Witch give operators the power to get jobs done more efficiently and with greater comfort.
The new models – RT105, RT125 and the RT125 Quad tractor– each feature innovative control consoles and operator stations. Easy-to-read gauges and 120-degree seat rotation provide project visibility, while dial controls for ground and attachment operations provide the option to adjust power to each system, maximizing machine productivity.
The re-designed workstations are equipped with 5-inch, colour LCD engine displays that rotate with the operator, providing direct visibility into all machine functions, including engine performance. The models also feature tilt steering columns and increased legroom reducing stress from long hours on the job. Operators will experience greater ease of operation due to upgraded controls.
“These new tractors allow operators to conquer the toughest jobs,” said Steve Seabolt, Ditch Witch product manager, heavy-duty trenchers. “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.”
The RT105, and the RT125 and RT125 Quad are powered by 107- and 121-hp turbocharged, Tier 4 DEUTZ engines, respectively, for superior performance on any job. The tractors offer best-in-class ground clearance and standard four-wheel drive systems for enhanced maneuverability.
Further improving performance, the RT125 Quad is equipped with a shift-on-the-fly, ground drive system that senses load conditions and automatically adjusts to meet individual jobsite needs. In addition, standard rear steer provides operators with superior turning radius and increased traction and flotation while digging.
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