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The Ditch Witch SK600 Compact in Design, Uncompromising in Performance

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The Ditch Witch® SK600 mini skid steer is ideal for a variety of jobs including landscaping and irrigation.

With its compact design this machine is ideal for the most challenging jobs in those hard-toreach spots. From its narrow footprint to its class-leading ‘power to attachment’, the SK600 is engineered to deliver more productivity and performance in a compact package.

With its narrow frame the SK600 mini skid steer provides better manoeuvrability in tight, compact spaces. This small, yet powerful machine delivers industry-leading power to the attachment for enhanced jobsite productivity and versatility.

The ergonomic design of the operator’s station with optimised hydraulics offers the smoothest ride in the industry allowing operators to be comfortable and productive for long hours on the job. The best-in-class operator platform design gives more ground clearance than the competition and improves operator comfort and durability.

“All controls have been positioned for optimised comfort and efficiency,” said Ditch Witch CEA Brand Leader, Dean Cavanagh.

“The ergonomic operator’s station has standard dual-lever ground drive controls, with an optional single-lever joystick available, making it really easy to operate.”

Built for heavy-duty operation, the construction-grade design ensures machine durability, longevity and overall machine ROI. Featuring a two-way auxiliary control foot pedal the SK600 also allows the operator to maintain hydraulic flow to the attachment, freeing up hands to control depth and ground speed. Featuring an advanced attachment latching system the machine can quickly and simply secure connections.

Providing industry-leading power to the attachment for improved strength and performance the SK600 is the ideal machine for a variety of jobs.

To find out more visit your nearest Ditch Witch CEA branch today.

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