Ditch Witch intros new skid-steer at GIE+EXPO

October 20, 2015 -  By
Ditch Witch's new SK752 skid-steer provides operators nearly 10 percent more operating capacity over similar models, says the company.

Ditch Witch’s new SK752 skid-steer provides operators nearly 10 percent more operating capacity over similar models, says the company.

Ditch Witch rolled out its SK752 mini skid-steer, which will be showcased at GIE+EXPO. According to the company, the new skid-steer provides operators with nearly 10 percent more operating capacity over similar models.

The machine features a 24.8 hp Kubota diesel engine and has an 860 lb. operating capacity. It also includes an ergonomic operator’s station with standard dual-lever ground drive controls and an optional joystick.

The SK752 has a 72 sq. in. platform, with provides operators with optimal ground clearance.  Additionally, the skid-steer has a two-way auxiliary control foot pedal, which lets operators maintain hydraulic flow to the attachment while keeping their hands free to control depth and ground speed.

“Landscapers, contractors and renters alike will benefit from the SK752 mini skid steer,” said Andrew Schuermann, product manager of compact equipment for Ditch Witch. “They’ll find the machine has all the power and functionality needed for small or midsize projects. It’s a compact tool carrier that accepts dozens of quick-connect attachments so operators can tackle multiple tasks on the jobsite, from utility, landscaping and underground construction work to plumbing projects.”

 

Photo: Ditch Witch

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