Ditch Witch utility tractors feature re-designed cabs for improved comfort and productivity

The RT105, RT125 and RT125 Quad utility tractors feature and ergonomically designed, high-back rotating seat and upgraded control console with 120-degree rotation.


Long hours on the job site can take a toll on operators. That’s why the Ditch Witch organization took its productive trenchers to the next level with the new RT105, RT125 and RT125 Quad utility tractors. All three machines feature re-designed operator stations to keep operators productive and comfortable for long days on the job.  

Improved comfort features include an ergonomic, high-back rotating seat; upgraded control console with 120-degree rotation and easy-to-ready gauges; more legroom and upgraded foot-pedal design; and a tilt steering column. In addition, the new machines are equipped with a 5-inch color LCD engine display for direct insight into engine performance information and diagnostics.

The RT105 tractor and the RT125 and RT125 Quad tractors are powered by 107 hp (80 kW) and 121 hp (90 kW) turbocharged Tier 4 Deutz diesel engines, respectively, for superior performance on any job. Standard four-wheel drive provides traction and mobility for a variety of job-site conditions. Further improving performance, the RT125 Quad features a three-speed, shift-on-the-fly ground drive to sense load conditions and automatically adjust to meet job-site needs.