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I love my machine, this was us planting last week. Boxers are rare due to the lack of international support and limited back up but my word are they good!

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Hi Theocus, like the photos.

 

What you would find with a Ditch Witch Skid Steer, is that we deliver more horsepower to the attachment, therefore making you more productive, our machines pull in air from the rear of the machine, avoiding dust/debris flying into the radiator, pilot-operated controls, & no grease points, are just some of the features and also supported by a dealer based in the U.K. Who can get parts delivered before 9am the following day.

 

If you want further details on our Skid Steers or attachments, please call me on 07968 110014 or email mark@ditchwitch.co.uk

 

 

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I love my machine, this was us planting last week. Boxers are rare due to the lack of international support and limited back up but my word are they good!

 

 

What's it like if there's a few bricks in the planting hole

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We have had bricks, stone, roots and allot of clay. So much torque that it just bores in. It take about 20 seconds to dig a pit like that. Very productive.

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Hi Theocus, like the photos.

 

What you would find with a Ditch Witch Skid Steer, is that we deliver more horsepower to the attachment, therefore making you more productive, our machines pull in air from the rear of the machine, avoiding dust/debris flying into the radiator, pilot-operated controls, & no grease points, are just some of the features and also supported by a dealer based in the U.K. Who can get parts delivered before 9am the following day.

 

If you want further details on our Skid Steers or attachments, please call me on 07968 110014 or email mark@ditchwitch.co.uk

 

 

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Didn't realise i would get a sales pitch! Mine draws air from the rear, i can also adjust hydraulic flow manually so all my horse power goes to the attachment! I have grease points on all moving parts with makes things all lovely and slippery so no wear! Its a great machine, and Boxer UK are not too far away!

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At Vermeer we can do either a high speed head or low speed but high torque auger. Combine this with over 56ltr flow a min at 210 bar. Not much will stop it. If the ground is really rocky we can also fit rock drill bit with tungsten tips (replaceable)

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