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I've never heard of a ditch witch before. They look good. Has anybody seen one or got one?


Someone on here has one remember reading about it early this year.

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Mr Vermeer,


What is the difference with the CTX mini skid range?


I can see some visible differences but why would you have a CTX100 over an S800 or vice versa?



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The Vermeer S725 is 36"/ 91.4cm wide. With a 4cyl kubota 25hp engine.

Demos are easy to set up.


We do have a few.




Is the picture taken in the UK.:sneaky2:

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The difference between a CTX (Compact Tool Carrier and and S800 is the set up of the lifting arms. The lifting arms on the Series have a radial lift, where as the CTX have a more linear lift, keeping the c of g closer to the machine, allowing it to lift more.

It may be that all skidsteers, may well be called CTX and not S

The picture is from Pella (USA).

The Pic below is what are stock levels are at in Europe. It Takes 4 weeks from the states and as quick as 24 hours from Europe. You can just see some of the skidsteers in the top right of picture.


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