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    Default Tomorrow is the day

    Our new PUC Will be delivered Monday afternoon. Cannot wait to get done training on it and put it into service. Going to get the troops together and have a little pasta dinner as well.The boys have been busy this last week.


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    Congrats Scott: It's about time they got it out of Mass.
    We won't be able to wipe the sh*t eatin grin off your face for months now!

    Hope your puc serves you well. Might have to take a trip over to see it next time I'm on that side of the county.

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    Congrats! Please post some pictures when you get a chance. Was the truck finished ealier than the due date you were given?

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    congrats. I would love to know how the PUC holds up after a handful of FF use one on a regular basis.....and some pic's would always be nice. We have the pre-build conf Mon on our new rescue-engine.

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    Truck guy it was about two weeks behind but that was for some updates that we made. We also had Minuteman do some extras for us. We have a carnival in the summer as we even own our own merry go round and ferris wheel. we take the profits from that and do things for the dept so that the taxpayers dont have to foot the bill, We had it lettered at the dealer in Mass as well as some equipment mounted there as well. they mounted the radio as well as the fire com. Island you are right. this has been a long project and to see the final product in our house will be nice and I will have a big smile. I will post some pics, tomorrow nite,

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    It's like knowing your wife is in labor!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Good point Buff!

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    Congrats on the PUC. I for one, would like to see some pics of it too.

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    OK,the stumbling block is out of the the way so you can start focusing on IMPORTANT stuff(if you can stay out of Raymond)like the Roadhouse.Focus,Spank,Focus! T.C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rescue101 View Post
    OK,the stumbling block is out of the the way so you can start focusing on IMPORTANT stuff(if you can stay out of Raymond)like the Roadhouse.Focus,Spank,Focus! T.C.
    I am really starting to find my way around Raymond pretty well!. I will call you this week and we will set up a trip to the Roadhouse. Johnny left Foxboro at 11:30 And says he headed up the interstate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottAvery View Post
    I am really starting to find my way around Raymond pretty well!. I will call you this week and we will set up a trip to the Roadhouse. Johnny left Foxboro at 11:30 And says he headed up the interstate.
    As long as he can get through the customs and immigration folks at the border! :-}

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    There are a few pictures on the front page of our web site www.cascofire.org. I will post more this weekend.

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    Nice rig. Hose bed is too high for my taste, but everything else looks good. How big a watrer tank?

    Good luck!

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    Packed hose on it last night not as bad as it looks, especially when the rear door is also a step. It holds 1000 gals.Thanks we are glad its here.

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    Nice looking piece, but those mirrors gotta go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FWDbuff View Post
    Nice looking piece, but those mirrors gotta go!
    I agree, but those are not mirrors Buff...they are; "blindspot creating, new style, super-secret, satellite freq. [radio] antennas."

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    Funny,I thought the damn things were bugeyes,hehe T.C.

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    Dumbo Come home!!
    They'll keep the rookie busy shining them up. I hope they're easy to replace . all the low hanging branches are gonna be tough on them.

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    Actually I wish all our trucks had them. after seeing the difference. I like them. It is not going to be any different than branches whacking a west coast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1OLDTIMER View Post
    I agree, but those are not mirrors Buff...they are; "blindspot creating, new style, super-secret, satellite freq. [radio] antennas."

    Dont knock em till you try em.

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