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Ditch Witch Utility Tractors Improve Operator Comfort, Productivity

Long hours on the job site can take a toll on operators. That’s why the Ditch Witch took its productive trenchers to the next level with the RT105, RT125 and RT125 Quad utility tractors.

Fri October 16, 2015 - National Edition
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The RT105 tractor and the RT125 and RT125 Quad tractors are powered by 107-hp (80 kW) and 121-hp (90 kW) turbocharged Tier IV Deutz diesel engines, respectively.
The RT105 tractor and the RT125 and RT125 Quad tractors are powered by 107-hp (80 kW) and 121-hp (90 kW) turbocharged Tier IV Deutz diesel engines, respectively.

Long hours on the job site can take a toll on operators. That’s why the Ditch Witch took its productive trenchers to the next level with the RT105, RT125 and RT125 Quad utility tractors. All three machines feature re-designed operator stations to keep operators productive and comfortable for long days on the job.

Improved comfort features include an ergonomic, high-back rotating seat; upgraded control console with 120-degree rotation and easy-to-read gauges; more legroom and upgraded foot-pedal design; and a tilt steering column. In addition, the new machines are equipped with a 5-in. color LCD engine display for direct insight into engine performance information and diagnostics.

The RT105 tractor and the RT125 and RT125 Quad tractors are powered by 107-hp (80 kW) and 121-hp (90 kW) turbocharged Tier IV Deutz diesel engines, respectively, for enhanced performance on any job. Standard four-wheel drive provides traction and mobility for a variety of job-site conditions. Further improving performance, the RT125 Quad features a three-speed, shift-on-the-fly ground drive to sense load conditions and automatically adjust to meet jobsite needs.