The RT12, RT20 and RT24 are powered by 12-, 20- and 24-hp Honda engines.
Easu to understand hand controls mean less operator training required and less operator fatigue.
Outboard bearing supports protect the hardest-working portion of a trencher.
Bracket built into each trencher interfaces with a latch on Ditch Witch's new trailer. All of the pedestrian trenchers, regardless of configuration, load easily and will ride on the new trailer.
The latest generation of Ditch Witch's line of all-hydrostatic, walk-behind trenchers -- the RT12, RT16, RT20 and RT24 -- now offers DuraTrak rubber-track options that easily replace drive wheels.
- In-line hydraulic pumps eliminate vertical shafts, belt drives and/or flywheel reducers
- Hydrostatic ground drives with hydraulic, skid-steer-style steering
- Solid, adjustable trail wheel helps stabilize the unit and reduce breakover when loading, unloading and traveling over curbs or uneven terrain
- RT12, RT20 and RT24 powered by 12-, 20- and 24-hp Honda engines; RT16 powered by 16-hp Briggs & Stratton engine