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    Quote Originally Posted by WestTac1 View Post
    However, there may be some R&D going on at Seagrave to make a lighter-weight, yet still heavy duty new Aerialscope boom to put on a single axle chasis. Based on the strong interest that this new truck is generating, and Seagrave's numerous new and planned advancements with the Aerialscope line, I wouldn't be suprised to see that come on the market within the next few years....
    They can probably build one with an all "Aluminum" box boom with a cradle system to carry the load of the lift cylinders. Todays Aerialscopes use a " Steel " box boom first section !
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    Well i dont know alot about trucks and the issues regarding them but heres a picture of our 1973 Mack CF/Baker 75' on a single axel. Second and third pic. http://www.fdnytrucks.com/files/html...-On-Hudson.htm

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    So I'm running around a certain town located in the North Central portion of a certain state and I see an old beauty I used to run sitting behind a firehouse. It looked much better in Chromatic Yellow Imron, but still a great rig.

    Look Famillier Anyone?





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    Thumbs up It Run's & Operates Good !

    The truck needs some work, but it will be a good spare tower when it go's in service!
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    anything yet? Pictures, delivery date?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hookandcanman83 View Post
    anything yet? Pictures, delivery date?
    Nope........it is coming together nicely though......

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    Truck should be here end of this month early next month. Needs the final inspection then getting driven here to Westchester.
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    Still no pictures?

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    Drove past the other day and it was sittin' out.
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    Now that is a cool looking rig.
    Leroy140 Fairfield, CT Local 1426

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    WOW! Thanks for sharing the photo, looks even better then I thought it would.

    And to all the naysayers, here's your proof.

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    wow nice picture, interesting to see some specs etc on this rig, also be interesting see the costing's ?

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    looks nice...


    like to see it working at a fire not just parking lot pics
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    Have to say, it does look pretty sharp.

    Anybody have pics of it before the refurb?? (is that it, a few posts up???)

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    Default ground ladders

    I gotta ask the question...where in the world will the compliment of ground ladders be stored?

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    Same place they were on old scopes I assume?

    I'm sure it still has more ladders than that shopping cart thing.

    PS: Sexy rig.

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    Smile Nice job!

    Nice looking truck, but I don't like the way they built the rear section of the body below the bucket. There are ( No cabinet doors ) on the diamond plate for more storage of equipment?

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    nice to see in the age of mammoth fire trucks, they can still build a functional truck in a small package. very sharp truck

    I imagine the ground ladders are stored in the body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodbridgeFFII View Post
    Nice looking truck, but I don't like the way they built the rear section of the body below the bucket. There are ( No cabinet doors ) on the diamond plate for more storage of equipment?
    Doors are on the rear???

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