Ditch Witch RT120 Quad Introduced

Thu June 05, 2014 - National Edition
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The RT120 Quad frame is engineered to tilt, enabling the RT120 Quad to dig a vertical trench on uneven ground.
The RT120 Quad frame is engineered to tilt, enabling the RT120 Quad to dig a vertical trench on uneven ground.



The Ditch Witch’s RT120 Quad is a utility tractor with the power, heavy-duty frame and traction necessary for long installations of large-diameter pipe on the most challenging job sites, according to the manufacturer.

The RT120 Quad is built around a heavy-duty undercarriage designed to withstand punishing ground conditions and provide years of reliable service. The frame is engineered to tilt, enabling the RT120 Quad to dig a vertical trench on uneven ground.

The machine rides on a quad track system that provides stability and traction. Each track frame weighs 1,500 lbs. (680.4 kg) each (including track), giving the RT120 Quad a lower center of gravity for increased stability and drawbar, while the chevron-pattern tracks provide maximum traction in wet conditions and on slopes. The RT120 Quad also features a ground clearance of 15.5 in. (39.4 cm), enabling the machine to be more productive around bar ditches, creek beds and uneven terrain.

Powering everything is a Deutz diesel engine that adds to the machine’s long-term productivity. The four-wheel-drive RT120 Quad is equipped with a three-speed, shift-on-the fly transmission that enables the operator to quickly adjust to changing ground conditions, and standard rear steering that gives the RT120 Quad a tighter turn radius, resulting in better job site maneuverability.

The RT120 Quad offers several attachments for a range of underground construction tasks, including a combination trencher/plow attachment, an individual plow, a backhoe, a reel carrier, two types of saw and two types of trencher attachments.

For more information, call 800/654-6481 or visit www.ditchwitch.com.