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Ditch Witch Launches DuraTooth, DuraTooth C2X Digging Teeth

Wed February 16, 2011 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Ditch Witch has launched DuraTooth and DuraTooth C2X cupped digging teeth.

The DuraTooth has up to 35 percent more tungsten carbide — on the surface, in the base metal, and in the weld — than any standard cupped tooth, resulting in a product that lasts longer and reduces customer downtime and expense, according to the manufacturer.

Tungsten carbide protects the cutting edge, where the greatest impact from the soil occurs, to ensure greater durability and performance.

The DuraTooth C2X features tungsten carbide on the front, back, and cutting edge — up to 70 percent more tungsten carbide than that of other teeth. In field tests, the DuraTooth C2X lasted twice as long as other digging teeth in various soil conditions, according to the manufacturer.

The manufacture of the DuraTooth and DuraTooth C2X includes a six-point inspection.

The new DuraTooth and DuraTooth C2X are manufactured as part of a complete Ditch Witch digging system that includes the trencher, chain, teeth, and sprockets. All components are designed and specially manufactured to work together as a system for optimal performance.

For more information, call 800/654-6481 or visit

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