New Eagle 7500 Wheel Trencher Released

For fast open-cut excavation, contractors can rely on the new Eagle 7500 Wheel Trencher manufactured by Trenchers and Equipment Inc. Ideal for high production trenching in most soil conditions, the Eagle 7500 is an efficient and well balanced, heavy duty machine.

Weighing 56,000 pounds, the Eagle 7500 boasts a Cat Tier III diesel engine at 250 horsepower, electronically controlled hydraulic drives, GPS compatibility and it can dig 7-feet deep by 24- to 36-inch wide cuts.

Trenchers and Equipment has been involved in the design and manufacture of wheel trenchers at their facility in Ripon, CA, for over 53 years. Their machines can be found working on jobsites around the world. The first Eagle Wheel Trencher, the model 4500, was manufactured in 1988.

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