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Weight: **900 lbs.**

Trench depth max. 36″, Trench width 4″, Weight **1120 lbs**.

It has a direct-coupled, high-torque digging chain motor that provides a maximum chain speed of 460 fpm. Operating weight is **5,375 pounds**.

Engine Power | 4 kw (Honda & Briggs), 4.3 kw (Subaru) |
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Maximum Trench Depth | 12 or 18 inches (depends on model) |

Trench Width | 3 or 4 inches (depends on model) |

Maximum Chain Speed | 180 feet/Minute (60 meters/Minute) |

Weight | 230 lbs. (104.5 kg) |

The MT26 weighs **3,567 pounds** and has a variable blade speed from 0 to 140 rpm; its 26-inch maximum trench depth lets contractors install a typical 2-in.

The 36″ Walk Behind Trencher rental allows you o reach maximum digging depths of 36″ in a compact package weighing **1,300 lbs.**, walk-behind trenchers are a great solution for working in close quarters. This trencher is powered by an air-cooled gas engine with hydrostatic drive for smooth operation.

Height-86 in. Width-64 in. Weight-**4,200 lbs.**

The MT26 weighs **3,567 pounds** and has a variable blade speed from 0 to 140 rpm; its 26-inch maximum trench depth lets contractors install a typical 2-in.

Operating weight (lbs): | 1,895 |
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Max cutting depth (ft/in): | 3′ 0″ |

Cutting width, min-max (in): | 4″ – 6″ |

Max chain speed (ft/min): | 366 |

This trencher attachment is heavy-duty, has 48″ digging depth and weighs **955lbs**.

Operating height: max std. bucket | 105 in (2.67 m) |
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Machine weight (no attachment, fluids full) | 2,920 lb (1324 kg) |

Rated operating capacity 35% of tipping capacity | 860 lb 390 kg |

Tipping capacity | 2,465 lb (1118 kg) |

Gross power rating (SAE J1995) | 24.8 hp (18.5 kW) |

Yes, the 2200 is small. It’s less than 6 feet wide and 7 feet high and weighs **less than 3,000 pounds**.

It takes **about 12 hours** to dig 100 linear feet of trench. Measure the number of linear feet you need to dig and multiply that by 0.12 for an approximate labor period.

It took me **about 30 minutes** to actually dig the trench. It took longer to load, transport the trencher, and unload it than it did to use it. It also took longer to clean it after I used it than to dig the trench. I ended up paying for a half days rental.

When it comes to digging, a trencher can dig a trench that’s 4 feet wide and **up to 36 inches deep**. Use these step-by-step instructions to easily dig a hole in no time with the right equipment.

At **only 32″ (813 mm) wide**, the Ditch Witch 1030 walk-behind compact trencher can go anywhere and dig in any type of dirt, thanks to the variety of digging chains it can run, including the patented, super-durable Shark Chain II trencher chain.

Among its new features, the RT45 offers a Tier 4, 49-hp (36.5-kW) Deutz® **diesel** engine designed for minimal maintenance and maximum operator productivity. … The trencher is equipped with an advanced operator presence system that stops the engine when the operator leaves the seat.

The 410sx is powered by a **liquid-cooled 49.6 hp (37.0 kW) four-cylinder Kubota® gasoline engine**. The unit is designed for operation in temperatures typically experienced in excavation and construction work environments. Provisions may be required to operate in extreme temperatures. Contact your Ditch Witch® dealer.

ModelTrencher, LT313Operating Weight**955 lb**Length79.5 inWidth56 inHeight-

Weight: **7,893 lb.**

How Much Does a Trencher Attachment Cost? As always, pricing varies according to specs, capabilities, manufacturer, and vendor, but not as widely as for some skid steer attachments. On average, you can expect to pay **between $3,500 and $8,500** for a trencher attachment for your skid steer loader.

Horsepower24.8 hpRated Operating Capacity600 lbOperating Height103 inDrive Speed4.1 mphMachine Weight**2418 lb**

With its **860-lb (390-kg)** rated operating capacity and 83-inch (211-cm) hinge-pin height, the SK850 is engineered for exceptionally productive loading.

**860-lb (390-kg)** or 1,062-lb (482-kg) rated operating capacity and an industry-best 83-inch (2.1-m) hinge-pin height for more productive loading.

Microtrenching involves **digging a narrow trench of one to two inches wide and up to two foot deep**. These trenches can then hold multiple conduits for fiber. The technique can be used on open highways and is most easily explained by this short video from Ditch Witch.

The first big reason why renting a trencher is a no-brainer is the **wear and tear it will spare your body**. Digging any amount of trench by hand can be crushing work, particularly if the earth you’re working with is at all rocky or filled with obstacles like buried pavers or concrete chunks.