Machine description: The RT40 is a compact, productive, new addition to the RT Family. They are operator friendly, versatile, fit on small jobsites, are compact and powerful. In addition, they have high street appeal. The... more info about the 2008 Ditch Witch RT40.
Machine description: The Ditch Witch C14 Walk Behind Trencher was designed with your rental business in mind Only the C Series offers the balanced traction better maneuverability and smoother operation of our patent pendi... more info about the 2018 Ditch Witch C14.
Machine description: There's an easy way to remember the ideal machine for trenching four- to five-foot trenches: the Ditch Witch RT45. With its direct-coupled, high-torque digging chain motor and Tier 4i-compliant e... more info about the 2014 Ditch Witch RT45.
Machine description: The Ditch Witch RT95, a 2004-compliant unit, is designed for a full range of underground construction work including installation of power and communications cable, natural gas, water and sewer distri... more info about the 2007 Ditch Witch RT95.
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