Oct. 21 2019 07:44 AM

The machine features an operating capacity of 3,100 pounds.

Photo: Ditch Witch

Perry, Oklahoma-based Ditch Witch has released its new SK3000 full-sized stand-on skid steer that is built with the power to complete a wide range of landscape, hardscape and tree care projects typically reserved for traditional skid steers, but with the convenience of a stand-on machine.

As the largest and most powerful unit in the Ditch Witch family of stand-on skid steers, the SK3000 features an operating capacity of 3,100 pounds. The unit delivers 5,500 pounds of breakout force to help operators lift and move heavy loads with a bucket. It also directs up to 51 horsepower to the attachment for efficient and productive use of hydraulic attachments.

The SK3000 offers the same superior comfort as the full line of Ditch Witch SK units, including an ergonomic operator station and advanced technology for enhanced operator functionality. With optional automatic ride control, the machine provides a smooth, comfortable ride with outstanding maneuverability and stability – even when transporting heavy loads across rough terrain.