Ditch Witch has upgraded its SK1550 mini stand-on skid steer with the introduction of the new SK1750, featuring an all-new TriTrax system, redesigned rollers and an upgraded outer frame. The new track system features a patent-pending track tension check window, which allows operators to visually check track tension at a simple glance without threading a separate gauge tool, saving time and helping operators feel confident in their routine maintenance checks.
Equipped to handle a wide range of landscape, irrigation, and tree-care projects, the SK1750 mini stand-on skid steer is built with the power and reliability to complete any task.
“The new TriTrax system is the ultimate upgrade to our line of stand-on skid steers. The visual tension check saves valuable time on daily maintenance and increases operator confidence that their machine is ready to take on whatever task may arise.”
said Brant Kukuk, compact equipment product manager for Ditch Witch.
The improved track design provides a smooth, comfortable ride with outstanding maneuverability and stability – even when transporting heavy loads across rough terrain. With optional weight kit, the SK1750 is rated for up to 2,000lb operating capacity and is powered by a 43-hp Stage V Yanmar diesel engine, making lifting those heavy loads light work.
The track design of the SK1750 causes less disturbance to the ground, meaning operators can work more efficiently and spend less time repairing damaged turf and terrain on the jobsite. The SK1750 also features an improved roller design meaning rollers last significantly longer, only further increasing machine reliability and jobsite productivity.
Source: Ditch Witch