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Ditch Witch Upgrades JT100 HDD to Tier 4

The JT100 and JT100 All Terrain horizontal directional drills have 260-horsepower Cummins engines

October 06, 2016

The JT100 and JT100 All Terrain horizontal directional drills have 260-horsepower Cummins engines that meet Tier 4 standards. The JT100 has 100,000 pounds of pullback and 12,000 lb.-ft. of torque.

Dual-pivot drill frames allow for steeper angles of entry without having to raise tracks off of the ground, which provides improved machine stability and overall operator comfort. Heavy-duty anchor systems on the drills eliminate the need for large and expensive supporting equipment, reducing overall project costs and setup time.

A fully enclosed, tinted window cab features instrument panel gauges that are specifically positioned for increased onsite visibility and operator convenience. Full-color LCD displays provide operators with simple and critical information on engine diagnostics and machine performance. 

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