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2005 Ditch Witch SK650 Mini Skid and attachments

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by arbor pro, Oct 18, 2012.

  1. arbor pro

    arbor pro LawnSite Senior Member
    from SD
    Posts: 511

    2005 Ditch Witch sk650 mini skid steer with 990 hrs +/- (using daily), Just had a BRAND NEW UNDERCARRIAGE installed this summer - axles, sprockets, rollers, everything - $4500 in repairs w/receipts plus brand new Prowler turf tracks - another $600. Everything else works as it should. Comes with 42" bucket (fair) condition, Toro Auger head (no bits - bought that way - never got around to finding bits for it) and a toro trencher that's been completely rebuilt with new chain, new teeth, sprocket, roller - also repainted.

    $15k for package or will seperate items.

    scott 605-228-9350

    2006 sk650 side.jpg

    turf tracks.jpg

    toro trencher auger.jpg

    toro trencher3.jpg

    toro auger head.jpg
     
  2. arbor pro

    arbor pro LawnSite Senior Member
    from SD
    Posts: 511

    forgot to mention that I have used wide tracks with about 40% tread that I took off of this machine when I installed the turf tracks. To change the machine from narrow to wide config, you just move a spacer on the machine and install the wide tracks. Takes a couple hours to make the switch.
     
  3. arbor pro

    arbor pro LawnSite Senior Member
    from SD
    Posts: 511

    guess I should have mentioned for anyone who doesn't know the specs on this machine that it has a 32hp diesel kubota engine and can lift about 1300# which makes it about as powerful as a 600 series bobcat yet it can go thru a 36" gate with the narrow tracks that are on it. I've run every model mini skid out there and this one is the one I keep going back to.

    Selling because I replace all my stump grinders and mini skids at 1000 hrs for depreciation purposes. This one is due for rotation. Nothing wrong with it.
     

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