The Ditch Witch SK755 Narrow Skid Steer loader is a slightly ramped up version of their SK750 that brings even more to the table as far as capabilities go. To get the most from it you should never let it leave the yard unless it’s wearing Ditch Witch SK755 rubber tracks from Fortis. There are a number of reasons companies use rubber tracks instead of steel these days, including better manoeuvrability, quieter operation and of course they cost less. Our mini excavator rubber tracks provide all those benefits and many more.
While it’s true mini excavator rubber tracks from Fortis are quieter and more affordable than steel tracks those are hardly the only reasons to choose them. They also make for a smoother ride, do less damage to your client’s landscaping, reduce vibration (which is crucial with this type of equipment) and enhance operator safety. They’re able to provide all these benefits and more because they’re built from multiple layers of high quality materials using original equipment manufacturer specs. As a result our Ditch Witch SK755 replacement tracks fit your machine like a glove and you no longer need to waste valuable time resetting the rubber tracks after profit -killing detracking incidents.
With all the above going for them you’d be excused for thinking our mini excavator rubber tracks were prohibitively expensive. The good news, however, is that we constantly strive to eliminate waste in our process so that we can offer our Ditch Witch SK755 replacement tracks at the best possible price. We also back every track we make with the best customer service in the industry. If yet more cheap rubber tracks have let you down and it’s time to purchase replacements choose Ditch Witch SK755 rubber tracks from Fortis and put the days of endless breakdowns behind you.